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#1 Posted : Monday, May 5, 2008 4:04:46 PM(UTC)
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, May 29, 2013 11:45:42 PM(UTC)
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Day 6 isn't working for me (if I understand correctly)
Do you mean that you're going through 7 darpette fenetre-
Same as f. refuge between TRIENT les.
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, April 14, 2015 6:39:27 PM(UTC)
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We are a family with three children, 14, 12, 7 want to hike in the Alps, seeking help in building a 3-4 day walk based on part of the integrated cable TMB, walks, accommodation in chalets and hotels and other attractions. Around 4-5 hours a day. I really don't think us complete a half run. The question of whether it's with children? What are the easier parts of the track and the attractive parts and if feasible to expect to go about 4-5 hours a day and get a place to sleep. We look forward to answers from someone who understands and knows. If not is there any other options also TMB claimed few days TREK and experience will be difficult. Thanks, Doron and Michal

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#4 Posted : Wednesday, April 15, 2015 2:20:20 PM(UTC)
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Hey Doron and Michal,

No children myself and it is very important to decide what is most appropriate for individuals. That there is one rule for all/most 7-year-olds (or 12 or 14) is no about adults of the same age. Each, and abilities, desires, his/her character

But beyond the ל"חירטוט" I can tell you that last year "sent" my sister and her family (with kids aged almost identical) to a two-day trek in the Pyrenees (if in the cabin). They enjoyed very much!

So you can go on these routes with children. Especially if the kids used to go here.

Some things to consider:

1. small children often view less interesting. Out with my nephews (the two boys were 8 and 14), plan a route with several stops "baptism" that made their trip. Also (they travel a lot) most routes they are going are water courses and ultimately the most fun trip to defined.

It also lifts a great idea for kids-not only for short walks, also because it's an attraction for them. Just to note that if you are planning on using the cable required to examine opening hours! And should take into account the costs.

2. at least the children of sister got bored pretty quickly in the cabin (after the initial enthusiasm wears off). Maybe it's because they aren't so called other people.

To cope should:

Take your time on the road. There's no real reason to arrive early to the cabin if you are concerned that your children may be bored there.

If you can stay in a hut there around what to do (glacier, Lake, dam, etc) is better.

-Get a book or a game they love to think about any task you can do in the cabin (e.g. prepared a quiz or something like that).

3. sometimes it's not so attractive to children walking day after day for two hours. Then a trek of several days — even if they are physically capable, and loves to hike in General is not necessarily the most fun for them and they won't always be able to know this in advance (especially small/small).
As stated in my sister decided for two days. The rest of the trip (a week) they did other things. Consider walking a few days for the first time and the rest of the vacation to combine other attractions (Rafting Canyoning and/or is awesome! if you ask my nephews ).

4. at least the children of sister become a bit unbearable when they are hungry (...). Bring nosh.!

5. course on a 7-year-old can't put a lot of weight! And the other two "limited". But I think that was obvious.

About TMB absolutely possible!

And there are lots of options, very flexible with lots of options.

For example:

Day 1. From Courmayeur tothe cabin still ironing that one out (quite a hefty increase. There are two and are severai varieties must match your ease; Nothing can be done near the cabin, not a long day need not to hurry in the morning).

2. From the shack still ironing that one out toElena cabin (a long decline and then rise, not very difficult when the weather comfortable has a waterfall and a glacier near the cabin).

** These two days is the fifth day which I did.

Day 3. From Elena lodge la Poli (a serious increase in the morning so much easier later).

** It's the 6th day my route (but apparently hoariant I did at the end of the day will be a bit "large" on your composition better probably descend straight from La Peule to not take the Ferret oariant Ferret. you can take a bus to La or beans).

3 day or 4 day morning -drive to Lake ampecs (bus, maybe five of best taxi). The Lake attracts a worthy finish-pedal boat for hire, paddles, licking ice cream, there are ducks.

Of course, you can also go out and walk to the Lake!

As mentioned, this is just one example.

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#5 Posted : Saturday, April 18, 2015 9:12:04 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much for the information. In light of the Forum family trip in Lake Garda decided to convert the TMB on AV1.
We found a lot of information in the article specified Amnon Paulose. Thank you for your great site. Doron and Michal
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#6 Posted : Sunday, July 12, 2015 9:01:09 PM(UTC)
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Probably wouldn't carry the blowtorch and pots etc. Most days have cabins in the middle of the day we can stop them, if not then you can take food from a hut (called picnic, usually expensive and not recommended) or to rely on energy bars/dried fruit/trailmix.

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#7 Posted : Sunday, July 12, 2015 10:19:10 PM(UTC)
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The cabins have full meals and provide (3-course dinner + breakfast cheese platter).

During the day I would set up on energy bars/Pecans/walnuts/milk/bread + any spread.

Personally I Peck him to coffee after neglected in favor of weight I think irreplaceable.

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#8 Posted : Sunday, July 12, 2015 10:25:24 PM(UTC)
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Hi, a question about warm clothing. I'm getting back on track in mid-July. Think to take thermal shirt + icroplis. Do you need a full brass jacket

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#9 Posted : Sunday, July 12, 2015 10:37:51 PM(UTC)
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Mid-July is three days.
I have a feeling that the subject is a bluff clothing.
What it takes to TMB during this season wearing 2 layers + lightweight rain protection.
Don't need any type of heavy coats and outerwear from temperature extremes.
While the hike won't be cold unless the combination of rain and strong winds with temperatures around zero.
In such a situation have mainly rain gear and Pajamas jacket coat full or any other non-waterproof.
In short, thermal shirt + quality icroplis. There is no need for more.
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#10 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 7:57:29 AM(UTC)
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Ma's request I put in the correct thread that my program doesn't have to experience. I'm going with the advice of Israel guarding

Full flexibility.

Landing on Jacuzzi at 31.8 00 ALPIBUS, and got in place are welcome in one of the hotels in LES HOUCHES.

I forgot his name. About outline days I haven't done mainly because I don't really need. Israel did exactly the same thing.

At that time, and had no trouble finding a place to stay. That leaves flexibility to follow the beat. The card came back two weeks later.

I left one day to travel to POINTE HELBRONNER cable car are Mont (first or last day) or one-way FREE WI

The turn to AIGUILLE DU MIDI. Might have the time after 20th century drove the cable.

If you end up with fewer days come back earlier if done in 11 days.

What is your opinion?

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#11 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 9:15:22 AM(UTC)
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Everything is good except the idea to return earlier than planned.
Until you get to one of the most beautiful mountain regions in the world, there's no reason to hurry and return
Do extraordinary things during the route, like the increase to Cabane d ' orny or even a little longer until Cabane du Trient 3170 height
And Mer De Glace glacier about near Chamonix (cute train going up there if there is no power to walk)
Return early when there are two card sounds delusional.
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#12 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 9:54:02 AM(UTC)
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A very good idea. I bought.

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#13 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 10:06:25 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = Dongtai; 587906] right now is planning to do the route in 10 days when we leave one extra night (in case you are delayed for any reason or would like to make a special variant, in the best case to spend another night at the end of the trip in Jamaica)

Amnon's comment below. Spend another night in the jungle is the best possible less imaginable. Dead city (and expensive) at levels that are difficult to describe. Far superior to stay around Chamonix and spend another day.

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#14 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 10:31:45 AM(UTC)
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Of course not in the jungle but in Chamonix Mont-Blanc. I don't agree that because there boring lied her twice before and enjoyed.

The City happens to be known. During the iron age when McCarthy was cheaper.

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#15 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 11:57:22 AM(UTC)
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The woman wants to join me to rotate only by TMB hatnth sleep all night in private and double rooms in dormitori.

Is it possible to make the entire round under these conditions?

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#16 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 12:40:13 PM(UTC)
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Yes, but. It imposes upon you a certain רפיוג'ים arrangement is not necessarily optimal in terms of walking distances, it will cost you more money, not sure you could arrange it yourself, then you will need to pay the company a little more cost more money.

At the time we went to the TMB by Cairn company, invites for you all the huts.

They also have a portfolio transfer service between the huts so that you can explore with minimal file unless your case is not considering anything anyway.

They have a website in French and in English, in French has more options. Those two relevant for you:

Http://www.cairn-trekking.fr/sejours/TMB-LIB-integral-confort-chambre double/

-All walk the route in 10 days, half board accommodation, 8 nights are guaranteed in the private room, 1 maybe in small dorms. This package includes files transfer service.

Http://www.cairntrekking.co.uk/holidays/tour-mont-blanc-self guided _ room/

-Walk the course in seven days, half-board accommodation and guaranteed nights in double room. This also includes transportation of files from one place to another.

(The second option you're missing about all the walks along the Valley of Chamonix. Too bad, but not something that causes the skipping the entire trip)

Note, there is another lanthlfim marganon companies exploring in TMB, but without exception they all charge ridiculous prices of thousands of dollars.

Cairn is the only one I know who do it at reasonable prices. Of course it is more expensive than to organize yourself, but you can't expect anything else.

For starters, you can look on their days, and see if you can arrange to stay at all locations.

If you intend to go in season (until the end of August, say), you can do alone is pretty thin.

The second action is to send them an email, maybe on the site in English (and in general it's best to call if a French speaker can help), and see if you can sew a package that suits you exactly (eg if you don't need to transporting bags).

Good luck

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#17 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 12:56:47 PM(UTC)
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Leave your wife at home, take a vacation when your heart.

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#18 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 5:06:04 PM(UTC)
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Ofer, no fun more than going for a walk with your partner (I think ...).

No special adjustments: her is done, contmein, kormior, Elisabetta, La Foley still ironing that one out, map, porkelz, p all purpose allow you to sleep. The key is to invite more early double.

First place: the venhom hut (you can skip the col des fours variant for the benefit of a reduction to a private room at the auberge de la nova and as usual)

פלג'רה lodge-I'm pretty sure there is no private rooms, it is possible to descend by cable car to les praz, flan and morning back to continue the route.

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#19 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 6:08:51 PM(UTC)
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Hi, does anyone have experience with an early trip to Chamonix from Geneva Airport?

The flight leaves at 7, and I really didn't want to spend another day once before back in the jungle, this is the most boring city in the world by value. Can go out in the morning and get to enjoy airport?

If so what are the options?

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#20 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 10:38:43 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = eladamar; 587948]

Hi, does anyone have experience with an early trip to Chamonix from Geneva Airport?

The flight leaves at 7, and I really didn't want to spend another day once before back in the jungle, this is the most boring city in the world by value. Can go out in the morning and get to enjoy airport?

If so what are the options?

7:00 or 7:00 p.m.- If no problem evening if at 7 a.m. have to reach with in ALPYBUS evenings and overnight or hotel or at the airport in some quiet corner.

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