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ninelives99  
#201 Posted : Tuesday, March 8, 2016 10:39:43 PM(UTC)
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Return to about the ladders. I have ...
I have been bad experience with ladders (acrophobia) during that Trek carrying camping gear on your back (was going to be the situation).

So whoever did the section-some scales really? Is there a definite scale scale (a place to stop for a second to breathe calmly and without disturbing the others) or is this a section that cost the ladders one by one in sequence?

Just for fun pictures from doing that makes me weak in the knees (not related to TMB, photographed in the Saxon Switzerland area of Germany).

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#202 Posted : Wednesday, March 9, 2016 9:13:49 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = ninelives99; 591277]

So whoever did the section-some scales really? Is there a definite scale scale (a place to stop for a second to breathe calmly and without disturbing the others) or is this a section that cost the ladders one by one in sequence?

Fear, fear that personal feeling that varies from person to person and therefore it's best to look at the pictures and judge by yourself. That's what I took on the TMB about scales in 2010:

And that in 2013 in the same place or less:

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#203 Posted : Wednesday, March 9, 2016 9:15:41 AM(UTC)
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Why break your head
He has a beautiful, he is very charming, and he rarely extends out of the way.
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#204 Posted : Wednesday, March 9, 2016 6:15:40 PM(UTC)
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Hey thanks a lot for adding images. Now understand what this is about.
Doesn't look so bad (though in the photos looks a much more buoyant than in reality). The main thing I really see is the long scale. He is very tall.

I guess I'll do the same day, whereas variation just because we're not in a hurry to get anywhere.

PS we will be on track in July.

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#205 Posted : Friday, March 18, 2016 7:41:43 PM(UTC)
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So I take a moment to this support group thread (available at), and says that the fall site reviewed snow this year vs. 3 years: -http://www.igluski.com/france/chamonix snow-history _ 1601

And in March this time had the largest since 2012. Significant. 93. June 24, it doesn't look good at all. And now I wait for two months in the hope that it would be an insane heat wave

Hold me.

Sorry for the anxiety lighten:)

Edited by user Friday, March 18, 2016 11:38:38 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#206 Posted : Friday, March 18, 2016 9:22:07 PM(UTC)
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Lol

There's still time until 24 June, you can hope for the best.

Good luck...

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#207 Posted : Friday, March 18, 2016 9:38:47 PM(UTC)
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It's probably to compensate for certain parts of the year Austria did not almost all snow. All this snow has to come down somewhere?

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#208 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 9:47:22 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

We partner with students not bad experience (New Zealand, Kyrgyzstan, PCT) and opened a two-week trip we as trichbthilt. As students financial condition wasn't as hard and want to do the TMB in the tent and become self-sufficient as possible (although nothing like sleeping in open-air tent).

Can I really near the camping cabins? Should pay them about setting up camp? If anyone knows or can evaluate what the budget needed for the trip.

Thank you very much.

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#209 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 9:55:05 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = moranz; 591366]

So I take a moment to this support group thread (available at), and says that the fall site reviewed snow this year vs. 3 years: -http://www.igluski.com/france/chamonix snow-history _ 1601

And in March this time had the largest since 2012. Significant. 93. June 24, it doesn't look good at all. And now I wait for two months in the hope that it would be an insane heat wave

Hold me.

Sorry for the anxiety lighten:)

Be strong, love you.
Think good, be good.
(And if you think about it doesn't help that I expected to be 500 feet higher than in the same period WHR)

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#210 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 12:30:03 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Amirjoffe; 591369]

Hello everyone,

We partner with students not bad experience (New Zealand, Kyrgyzstan, PCT) and opened a two-week trip we properly in early September. As students financial condition wasn't as hard and want to do the TMB in the tent and become self-sufficient as possible (although nothing like sleeping in open-air tent).

Can I really near the camping cabins? Should pay them about setting up camp? If anyone knows or can evaluate what the budget needed for the trip.

Thank you very much.

At TMB permitted camping near cabins and towns. Cost 10-15 euros per night without food.

If the food is way more expensive than in the country. This trip should cost up to € 150 + flight + food cost.

And like everyone I also recommend not to give up the cable car above the white Valley although it costs 80 euros per person.

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#211 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 1:42:39 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = moranz; 591366]

So I take a moment to this support group thread (available at), and says that the fall site reviewed snow this year vs. 3 years: -http://www.igluski.com/france/chamonix snow-history _ 1601

And in March this time had the largest since 2012. Significant. 93. June 24, it doesn't look good at all. And now I wait for two months in the hope that it would be an insane heat wave

Hold me.

Sorry for the anxiety lighten:)

My first attempt to go the TMB was in June 2013, the year was exceptional amounts of snow in the Alps.

Unfortunately this attempt ended not good and my story has been told in this forum.

In July the following year I went the TMB and I put two photos taken in the same place to show you the differences in the amount of snow:

2013

2014

According to the data on site that you linked to was indeed has a very unusual amounts of snow. But if you look at the data table

In the Upper slopes of the Lower slopes, you can see a vast exceptions are on Upper slopes and on Lower slopes

The amounts are lower than even in relation to previous years. I don't know what that says about the snow amounts for himself and maybe someone else can say anything about it.

What I can offer you the following things:

1. catch up here about the snow situation (from May-June)

2. to exit Office bureau de haute montagne in Chamonix Mont-Blanc and ttieci them, you can also send them an email,

3. always and in any situation that sets the path.

Hope I haven't closed my anxiety attack, and of course have fun and ride safely:) returns

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#212 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 2:01:05 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Amirjoffe; 591369]

Hello everyone,

We partner with students not bad experience (New Zealand, Kyrgyzstan, PCT) and opened a two-week trip we as trichbthilt. As students financial condition wasn't as hard and want to do the TMB in the tent and become self-sufficient as possible (although nothing like sleeping in open-air tent).

Can I really near the camping cabins? Should pay them about setting up camp? If anyone knows or can evaluate what the budget needed for the trip.

Thank you very much.

In walked in the TMB is equipped with tent and most nights sleeping in a tent, in campsites are arranged

And other cases of pirated "shakmati bed" the tent near the cabins.

Officially prohibited to camp in places not intended for that all along the trail (especially in Switzerland),

Inspectors have been and can give fines and even revoke the tent.

In practical terms, if you set up the tent and heal myself rather than concealed from view without arousing too much interest, not prevented to do it.

I recommend to use campsites each where possible. So for a small fee you can also enjoy various bathroom

You can get there (showers, laundry and Wi Fi even).

Near cabins, where there are no campgrounds, you can step back a little from the cabin so it won't calculate that you are

In the sector and set up the tent in the nook.

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#213 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 8:30:01 PM(UTC)
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September might be raining. Don't know but just before departure.
A chance of rain and snow may be higher than a month earlier.
Keep in mind that means tent, cooking equipment, equipment that is mean, eat 4-5 kg on their backs that replicators are harder and detract from the line.
It's not extreme, but the track route to enjoy it and suffer with heavy weight.
The hostels have to though the savings to pay for overnight lodging, cooking, showers.
No fun camp hotel in orbit as lying.
A few years ago. A crowded path and walk with people all day, get them to her hotel only hostel then everyone inside, a little lonely.
I would absolutely not recommend overnight without a permit and where allowed-Israel and the typical behavior of cutting corners. The law is the law.
I was making an effort with the money and enjoy this beautiful track that should go in the Palm.
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#214 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 9:59:57 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = זמי1; 591375] September may be rainy and cold. Don't know but just before departure.
A chance of rain and snow may be higher than a month earlier.
Keep in mind that means tent, cooking equipment, equipment that is mean, eat 4-5 kg on their backs that replicators are harder and detract from the line.
It's not extreme, but the track route to enjoy it and suffer with heavy weight.
The hostels have to though the savings to pay for overnight lodging, cooking, showers.
No fun camp hotel in orbit as lying.
A few years ago. A crowded path and walk with people all day, get them to her hotel only hostel then everyone inside, a little lonely.
I would absolutely not recommend overnight without a permit and where allowed-Israel and the typical behavior of cutting corners. The law is the law.
I was making an effort with the money and enjoy this beautiful track that should go in the Palm.

I allow myself to share almost every sentence you wrote.

The fact that it's not September season is in my view precisely the advantage for less crowds and crowded, which makes the walk more fun and more intimate encounters with people. Some say the weather is ideal for this month, including a friendly guide, which in the first half of September, usually the weather is more stable.

Of course some tent means more weight on his back (and all the olterliit that exists today, 4-5 kg, especially if going two and then distribute equipment and weight loss becomes negligible).
In return for the extra weight gain a sense of independence, the commitment to walk daily, the need to reserve in advance and hope to be anywhere.

You are entirely on your own and it feels great.

Camping sites payment is one-time, and includes all the various services, so the savings is significant.

Camping is an individual thing that you don't like sleeping in tent shows about yourself to and many others sleep in a tent is better than dozens of different thachachot with 10-20 strangers in the room. With all that entails.

That's just not true that few in the tent. I went two trails in the Alps and I appreciate the number of people I met who travel with a tent at least 30%.

The typical ל"התנהגות moral preaching" the time is not quite in place. Accommodation in tent in nature very popular along the path not only by Israelis.

As long as it is done in and heal myself With no environmental impact, I don't see any problem with this same opinion of Kev Reynolds, friendly manual page 26.

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#215 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 10:24:33 PM(UTC)
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My attempt. Walker's Haute Route (Chamonix to Zermatt), it went in the first half of September (without tent), supports the notion of Starry about walking in this area in September. Before I went to quite a lot of digging in and convinced that September is a great month (so it wasn't just my experience serving this opinion and is based on the number of years). While it was cooling in days (or nights?) my last journey. But it wasn't about the temperatures you can't manage with them (you debtors km, gloves, warm hat, nose, and Felice tiwar).

I also prefer to go in the season, so margins and costs a little more, a little more low temperatures etc.

I agree with Starry accommodation type is a matter of personal preference. Who prefers to stay in the tent, can handle, I think, with a few pounds of weight on his back.

However I also avoided personal lelon in economic ban on tent accommodation. Even if you can do it and heal myself. And even if Reynolds than line (not because I'm not so crazy about camping. )

But I agree that's a personal matter.

If you are in trouble with accommodation on camping/TMB comfortable about this, and locks of the TMB, perhaps you should consider alternatives to track more suitable with the tent. Think about it ...

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#216 Posted : Saturday, March 19, 2016 10:38:11 PM(UTC)
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Thanks to inspire! Try to stay optimistic.

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#217 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2016 3:42:50 AM(UTC)
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My experience at TMB is the low tent should be negligible. Near Col de Voza saw one young couple's tent from Israel.

Near Albergue LA BALME saw one tent, the hostel was full (about 50 people). In saw CHAPIEUX

Old site 2 tents. The achnciot were full. All the other places I haven't seen. On the way I met two students from New Jersey.

I went with. All the rest were without tent features. Here and there you can tilt the tent not official camping

Despite what it says in the English manual and modestly in French, I would avoid lelon offsite camping is declared.

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#218 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2016 8:53:43 AM(UTC)
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First of all thanks a lot for all the replies and help.
About camping or not I think it's definitely a personal matter and to criticize this or that. My personal opinion, and after a few conversations with riingerim on the PCT and Zealand if there are arranged right to sleep in places arranged in order to minimize environmental impact and natural beauty of the place, and what we do.
About the season we don't have too much choice, ability tests ends at the end of August and beginning of October, so it appears to me a situation. I personally prefer less people along the trail.
A little more questions: 1 isn't so understood that these camping It's camping in towns? Or also for
2 bed outside cabins, all chalets if there are those who prohibit in their territories?
3 realize by-pass routes for that should be higher. Some specific recommendations?

Again many thanks and this forum is amazing!
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#219 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2016 9:29:24 AM(UTC)
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A few insights:
September season very successful on TMB and generally not very cold.
The amount should be in tents on this track to negligible to nil. Hundreds who I met during the Trek, only two Israelis and one Italian in our tent.
As far as I know in Italy are not allowed to sleep in a tent at an unauthorized site. Point. Unauthorized sites met in the mountains, only in the villages. From here one can take it wherever he wants, no lectures and no reproaches. (I don't know France and Switzerland).

High trails I went and I would recommend:
Of the 37 oariant very nice
The croix du bonhomme oariant than toward col de fours (the way)
The short section from le peule to ferret
The col de balme to stretch from aiguille des posettes (actually it's for, but most people don't go)
And that the best side to tour lac blanc


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#220 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2016 10:34:31 AM(UTC)
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Rules for camping along the trail:

France:

Allowed in places where there is a suitable, near some of the huts (need to verify with the cabin).

The nature reserve is only allowed by cabins subject to the approval of the cabin.

Switzerland:

In principle it is permissible but not allowed in nature reserves.

Italy:

Who forbidden under 2500.

Allowed near cabins but check with the cabin.

Instead of tangling with the rules planned to sleep near cabins that allow it, and the designated site.

Variants are high. Personally I enjoyed walking the main route also less crowded.

All personality.

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