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ninelives99  
#121 Posted : Saturday, October 31, 2015 6:01:08 PM(UTC)
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Hey amber ... Thanks for the reply.
Used Aqua shot throughout the trip in Nepal. It did the job and I think it's a great solution to all situations of need not be. Lifestyle (various weekend trips) I use Sawyer mini and I can't imagine my life without him:)

At the same time, I was just wondering why no potable water (while the rest of the track no problem). If this is about me visit so no big deal. It has been a matter of routine; But if it's another (although it really doesn't make any sense in the region of Chamonix compared trying to minimize damage to the environment) I might reconsider the drinks there.

(However, if my dilemmas these apparently good condition. And ... Thanks for the great summary. Although from 2010, but is still relevant as ever. A few corners in frame design).

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#122 Posted : Saturday, October 31, 2015 10:43:25 PM(UTC)
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Anat, I spend high road pleasure a month ago. There is a lot of cattle in the area and I appreciate it. Anyway just take some tablets (it is always good for emergencies and weighs) and find problematic with 2-2.5 liters. I don't think there is a problem, and the streams there seemed just fine at a height of over 1900 (drinking without purification and stayed alive).

Recommend during this problematic day filling in a good opportunity comes your way.
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#123 Posted : Sunday, November 1, 2015 1:31:18 AM(UTC)
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Great, got it!

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#124 Posted : Sunday, November 1, 2015 10:11:03 AM(UTC)
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God along the way that I went twice, no problem of obtaining water, should not be full of streams and purify, has enough rpiogis guesthouses, villages and towns and cafes in reasonable distance to water.
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#125 Posted : Sunday, November 1, 2015 8:00:30 PM(UTC)
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What about the use of the Swiss currency. From what I understand this thread isn't really necessary and are also given. According to justice have?
Whether this is also true in supermarkets, restaurants or chalets/hotels?

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#126 Posted : Sunday, November 1, 2015 8:11:16 PM(UTC)
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Accept euros.

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#127 Posted : Wednesday, November 4, 2015 11:11:54 AM(UTC)
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I went the whole route and I've never had a water problem. Not at the lac blanc and at flegere. I remember no such signs and definitely filled water in lac blanc (slept there) also filled water flegere, not sure. Besides, at worst, buy some water. It's not a commodity in Europe.

Switzerland accept euros.

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#128 Posted : Wednesday, November 4, 2015 11:50:32 AM(UTC)
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About camping.

To my knowledge, Italy camping not permitted less than 2500 m height not regulated. Don't remember seeing anywhere near one of the regulated. Yes met travellers waiting for dark before we set up the tent to get away.

In my opinion worth to contact Elizabeth.

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#129 Posted : Wednesday, November 4, 2015 10:29:42 PM(UTC)
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Therefore, the option of Wild camping. And send an email to cabin chalet. known for its quick responsiveness to emails so something tells me that if they answered to Strack first, and if they answered, I doubt the response positive (it).
I think what we're going to do is just take a trip tent (it done anyway) and no extra money for certain situations and just go with what's happening on the ground (we don't get in season so I think there's room for flexibility).

Anyway, thanks for the tips.

(And if someone made saying it right cabin or campsite at another location in the area I'd love to hear specific experiences available in private messages + sent word to Stardust).

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#130 Posted : Thursday, November 5, 2015 10:37:18 PM(UTC)
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Anat,

I'm not saying it right cabin area annually, I sent you a message.

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#131 Posted : Thursday, November 19, 2015 11:46:48 AM(UTC)
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Link to story ' cheer at the end of August. The pair + 16-year-old girl.

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#132 Posted : Saturday, November 28, 2015 7:33:25 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone!!

Happy to help and recommendations, my wife and I plan to do the Trek this summer we have quite some experience in trekking and we're in good shape, only this time we take with us our baby summer would be 1 year and some months. I've seen several posts and comments on resolution not to do that and also heard and read about people who have done this before or just part of the Trek. Of course it's still in diapers (literally) and we do some trips of several days in Israel with all carrier in a trip with a child in Israel and of course we're planning to take into account the weather and make alternative plans to exit if the Trek but because it actually risotto we with a baby and the first time we're not carrying around a tent and cooking equipment on my back and everything more spontaneous. So this time we want to book visa and we look forward to receiving recommendations for private rooms/dorams good for up to 4 people. In addition, we are not afraid of difficult oraints of immigration and the like, but we are happy to avoid uriantim with lots of ladders and railings, and variants that were dangerous ... Oh God! So who has what and raints recommendations to do and what not to hear! Overall planning is to start with the classics (korimor or hazmsh).

Thanks in advance for everyone!

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#133 Posted : Saturday, November 28, 2015 8:34:10 AM(UTC)
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If you are willing to carry all 15 + pounds on my back (+ baby carrier) and wife everything else.

So it's possible in terms of physical effort. Use SHERPA TMB it equipment transfer service between hotels.

That pleasure? A dubious pleasure, I don't recommend.

When the lower route or when star trails when you sleep in one place all day down a different path. At TMB

It's possible when you sleep in Chamonix and go 3-4 days between the COL DE BALME to LES HOUCHES. And there are plenty of itineraries

Around outside of TMB and of course atkrctiot for tourists. Possible routes around FREE WI. Bus pass

Mont Blanc tunnel after you finish Chamonix area and staying there. Another two to three days.

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#134 Posted : Saturday, November 28, 2015 9:13:34 AM(UTC)
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Hey, you decide if you are going for that "I find myself humbled or not (I do not have an appropriate experience) to express an opinion whether this is suitable/better.

But some points though:

1. do you think aktantn will enjoy to sit day after day in the carrier (hours)? For about 11 days? Perhaps a shorter Trek? Or only a part of the TMB, and time to spend in Chamonix Mont-Blanc?

2. portfolio transfer service is a great idea. Also make it easier for parents and can afford more equipment for baby (evening) toy or two, book etc.

3. refrain from the Arpette Fenetre (from Trient to Champex), avoid the scales near Lac Blanc.

4. dress zosh, if going (against Greece clockwise) until La contmin in high oariant-it's a long day! (And hard). That's a lot of hours of baby-carrier should break or walk the main oariant (through the Valley towns).

That's what cost me so far, if I think of anything else to write.

Good luck!

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#135 Posted : Saturday, November 28, 2015 12:15:20 PM(UTC)
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It looks ambitious.
Because you are very experienced, you will probably be able to complete the Trek. Whether you enjoy.
Mountain cabins isn't really designed for babies, long walks, the weather can be nice (to go hours in the rain with baby carrier can be an unpleasant experience).
I think the editor who gave Trek break here for a few days or even two or three sections with Chamonix or kormior as the Foundation might be a good idea.
If it decided to "go for it":
Please note that the transfer service files, at least as far as I know, only huts in the portfolio reaches them.
In remote mountain huts (croix du bonhomme, bonatti, elisabetta, lac blanc) option to private rooms, most villages have
The only thing he is rise the ladders from tre le champ, in the other usual places these paths
Help with cable cars where possible, it is the shorter days.
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#136 Posted : Sunday, November 29, 2015 7:56:38 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the comments!

Yankele, weight we're not afraid because up until today all we went trekking did with large weights but could very well be that the advice of the track can be a superb plan b. for us if it doesn't seem appropriate to make the track!!

Amber, of course, first do some sightseeing with carriage and see how he's doing, if not fit so we don't get such a trip force and we are people who like to go fast, so I believe that the way we always keep, only this time gets longer breaks so really every hour-hour and a half we put it on to play and gets out. And thank you for the tips on track!

Brad, thanks for the tips! We take into account the weather and of course regular trip away just above water and continue to follow the situation will be different and will consider ways to continue the same day or at all.

There's still time until summer until, just from what I understand need for a pre-order all the huts and today we didn't because we were either in a tent or in not manned, anyway I keep track of all your tips and would love to hear if anyone has specific recommendations for cabins with private rooms or maximum up to 4 people. Thank you to everyone!

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#137 Posted : Sunday, November 29, 2015 10:13:33 AM(UTC)
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Hi,

All the towns don't have a problem with accommodation b & b in private rooms.

Cabins:

  • Elena (Italy to Switzerland, below Grand Col Ferret Italian side) also has private rooms (and can book such that the Durham giant name and fits in with baby) Rifugio Elena
  • Lodge in venhom (France) slept in the room for 4 Durham (2 bunk beds). Can match. Croix du Bonhomme Refuge (In General, I think that served aktantn-marmots and cows in the Valley stretching from Les Contamines).
  • Elizabeth a cabin a bit tricky with a baby for me (crowded, etc.). Check out the new cabin down the road an hour away-private rooms.

Those things which cost me so far.

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#138 Posted : Sunday, November 29, 2015 2:31:47 PM(UTC)
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Purchase maps/directory (preferably French) and make a detailed plan includes alternatives to days with weather.

If you have a cold, rainy weather put more adult turn + rain cover.

The baby doesn't go need to cheat these days for hot, or plan b.

A few nights ' accommodation in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, kormior gives flexibility to plan b without walking.

If you go everything or herb: CAHPIEUX has an excellent hostel (private rooms): Les Chambres du Soleil

Www.leschambresdusoleil-montblanc.com

The trailhead: why starting PALUD is in my opinion because this dead town closest to the airport of Geneva.

It is better to start in Chamonix Mont-Blanc. Even if you go everything should start in Chamonix Mont-Blanc. Do 3-4 days with cable cars and free shuttle Chamonix Valley

Then continue on when you are more trained with and non grads.

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#139 Posted : Sunday, November 29, 2015 5:00:54 PM(UTC)
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I really don't recommend taking baby to the track.
There quite a few sections that trail passes over "the edge", not just the part on ladders.
As a parent I wouldn't customer baby backs such a course, the risk is too large.
I think you might be experiencing declining an invitation because of concerns that lodges a baby may cry disturb others.
And as others have noted there are sections that you cannot give them equipment.
I suggest you reach emeq, settled at three points along the route from North to South and from each location to make great daily routes themselves. So solve the problem and lift.
South CAMONIX CONTAMINES, ARGENTIER.
From this great location dozens of easy and difficult routes and even with the rise and cable cars.
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#140 Posted : Monday, November 30, 2015 11:07:21 AM(UTC)
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Completely available.

BTW I think was similar concatenation or two years ago with a couple who wanted to do the Alta via with a baby.

I just don't get it. The baby won't remember a thing and parents that burden and responsibility equally and significantly reduces the enjoyment you can and should make a great Trek one.

What's the rush? It would be a great bar mitzvah trip. (If that sounds too far I saw this a few kids trek that seemed ages 8-10 and seemed to suffer especially babies or something close to babies not seen)

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