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#1 Posted : Monday, April 7, 2008 12:52:48 AM(UTC)
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Hello

I ask for some tips.

1. about the walking transfer in knapsack, isn't fear when being transported on board?

2. do something available maps 1:25,000 to 1:50000 website? I am looking for a few hours, maps of Chamonix and region of origin. (I searched Amazon)

Thanks in advance.

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#2 Posted : Monday, April 7, 2008 2:26:22 AM(UTC)
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1. walking sticks you can disassemble and put each part separately into the backpack, so stick to succeed in, I didn't have any problems with that.
2. try on http://www.stanfords.co.uk but I think it would be much easier and cheaper to buy them already in France-the exact page: http://www.stanfords.co.uk/go/france/alps – france/walking/
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#3 Posted : Monday, April 7, 2008 3:18:54 AM(UTC)
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Firstly thank you very much. Secondly, I want to plan routes in the country, have the topographic information needed and used to design/build tracks with map.
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#4 Posted : Monday, April 7, 2008 10:18:00 AM(UTC)
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Anything.

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#5 Posted : Monday, April 7, 2008 10:55:54 AM(UTC)
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Walking poles depends on the company plane and the airport station, and have Sometimes given and sometimes not as safe to be ready with some plastic wrap seal that you can tie them in a field and they will raise it as a package.

About Chamonix-maps if you get onatch to track TMB FFRP website and search the Guide to track or bought in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc or any major city in Switzerland or France in the stores of equipment.

Which course do you want to do? Where Where are you going?

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#6 Posted : Monday, April 7, 2008 8:07:41 PM(UTC)
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Thank you,

The issues that they wish injury such as a fracture, warp.

We (couple) are planning to land in Geneva, where public transport/vehicle (just asking prices)

-Annecy-Chamb?ry-Grenoble there leave the car if you hire, riding public transportation to the ISAR Valley or South from there and go up North to Geneva. Three weeks. Sleeping in a tent only. Cooking diet especially, mostly foot traffic but might skip using public transport. Thought about turn Mont Blanc but after reading some books we get from other routes.

About Kenya in France called this tip but I want to plan exactly here (Israel). The trip period mid-July-mid-August, approximately 21 days.

Notes, tips, comments received are all welcome.

Thank you very much.

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#7 Posted : Sunday, April 20, 2008 11:52:10 PM(UTC)
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Another question, what kind of weather should I be ready for tracks in the area? This is July, August. I mentioned camping, Annie knows, height I 1500-2500.

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#8 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2008 4:13:06 PM(UTC)
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Definitely expecting a sudden snowfall, rain, source. Take the equipment accordingly.

And be warm.

Everything is unexpected and intermedius.

About camping tent, check that in many parks you can't sleep in a tent, but in certain conditions and altitude.

If you let me know what the track will try to check in.

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#9 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2008 4:33:39 PM(UTC)
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Thank you thank you!!!

The track was still unfinished, the intentions.

Tail (flight)-> Annecy (public transportation, car hire)-> which bumbry (a rental, public transport, public transport + walk in the Park)-> Grenoble (a rental, public transport, public transport + walk)-massif des ecrins > (public transport)->

This Park we go to tail up and down mountains and valleys, it is important to visit the famous glaciers and hairy/deferred villages. The walk continuous to be skipping.

My blankly happy to know if you can come up with a cable system developed across the Mont Blanc? The books I saw the greatest height is 3380 m lookout on Mont Blanc.

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#10 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2008 5:44:30 PM(UTC)
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The nearest point Blanc

AIGUILLE DU MIDI

A cable there,-.

Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aiguille_du_Midi

From here you can cross over cable and Italian at the top almost.

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#11 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2008 6:30:53 PM(UTC)
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Yes, that's what I read. Thank you. The climax wait a little longer, I'm going to do, maybe in France climbing course.
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#12 Posted : Saturday, April 26, 2008 5:50:51 AM(UTC)
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Hi Dino,

I don't know if it's still relevant and still looking for maps of Chamonix area but two maps of the region: I used to track TMB

ING Institute Geographique National: 1:25000

1. 3630 OT : chamonix massif du mont blanc

.2. 3531 ET: St. gerrais-les bains

Www.ign.fr

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#13 Posted : Saturday, April 26, 2008 2:33:26 PM(UTC)
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Hello again,

I spoke with Finland (member of Forum) who did the TMB during the year. Understand that you can camp on the trail in terms of camping before dark and cipolo until 9 a.m. We're not going to go for it but to cross the French parks, climb some mountains and wander among the villagers. I visited several campsites in the area in the Centre of Chamonix. My question is it possible to set up tents on other trails? What gives me camping out alone and meadow also? Would travel around and the track TMB itself can help. In order not to carry three weeks more equipment and conversely not to walk right, unedited what equipment should I winter peaks of 2000-3000 (including in high places), I've got a great tent (three seasons) sleeping bags in good order but according to definition. July-August tour time. In my question I'm aiming for.

Ma, don't hire a car for one day so tail riding in a bus/train, and bumbry Grenoble, Annecy to cross the most parks. Also use public transport.

Menachem Marcus in his book mountain air talking about walking segments require crampons is that really necessary?

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#14 Posted : Saturday, April 26, 2008 2:50:41 PM(UTC)
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Hey Dino

I travelled in the Pyrenees and the Alps, but I believe that all laws in France similar parks.

In you can pitch a tent for the night as delay specified in restrict hours provided you are about one hour walk from the nearest village hut, plus next to each chalet (ikatot of clubs) have free camping area (near private cabins are usually forbidden to camp), these are the only places in the Park are allowed to build them a tent, anyway it's worth checking out in the hut before starting a maternity tent Sometimes, the area around the cabin is not ideal for camping.

Campsites are usually in villages and most offer grassland, electricity, toilets, showers (sometimes), precious little store and a bar/restaurant.

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#15 Posted : Sunday, April 27, 2008 1:39:04 PM(UTC)
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Crampons are necessary only in transition're gaining with snow/ice. Unpredictable weather in the mountains, you may to impol Blizzard in mid-July it just in the middle of the day, I personally take that stayed on the trail marked and checked the weather all the time. Metal crampons are heavy and expensive, there are also plastic.

It is not easy and requires a great deal of experience in planning a trip that requires crampons.

About tent-various taboos about camping in places or certain heights and all limitations. You have to search for information across the network.

When I read what you wrote I have not planned precisely the impression. So don't do it, don't know what "crossing parks, climb a few mountains to travel from village to village. My advice to you, plan carefully here and now. Depending on your financial situation, I recommend sleeping in rpiogis.

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#16 Posted : Sunday, April 27, 2008 8:02:04 PM(UTC)
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Thank you for your comment and for your concern.

As you can see now the April trip is scheduled for late July and August, we did this tour need accurate planning that I do.

"Cross" means parks are several parks are recommended by Lonely Planet, by Anssi, bumbry, Grenoble, e.g. Ecrins, Mercantour, Bauges, the tracks are built with 5 books.

"Wander from village to village to find authentic villages as far as Michelin, and left some individuals less wonderfull to get to them, if they can close on foot or by public transport route.

"Climb a mountain" simplify, however not climbing but over (a marked) with little option to have alpine climbing course in Chamonix.

We have no intention to sleep in rpiogis, we don't have a problem with a tent, and no problem with assuming weather we are equipped accordingly I ask and ask.

Has experience and will have a lot of resourcefulness we are not so concerned, I just want to be prepared. This is no S? France in Botswana.

The impression you get is not so far from reality, we are only at the beginning of the day I get maps 1:50000 ordering online. Then I'd be much more planned and accurate.

Paramount in this type of trip planning. Some more important is knowing how to handle and lock on a target that you experienced. We don't have any problem during the journey to change destinations. The goal is fun.

We look forward to more tips.

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#17 Posted : Sunday, April 27, 2008 10:29:11 PM(UTC)
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I don't know the timetable, but I wouldn't rely on grassroots ways to walk.

If anything, there's a book called WALKS at MOST MAJOR BOOKSHOPS IN FRANCE or ALPS

In and functional and ricochet.

Attempt to see trails of this site: http://www.ffrandonnee.f...pos/topoGuidesCatal.aspx

Click on the map at any point welcome and accept it with all the trails in the area, every bill has a directory, respectively.

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#18 Posted : Sunday, April 27, 2008 10:35:37 PM(UTC)
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BTW it's not France's public transportation "bind", no. Not just.

What are the five books?

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#19 Posted : Sunday, April 27, 2008 11:34:20 PM(UTC)
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1. A cicerone guide: Chamonix-Zermatt

2 Michelin French Alps.

3. lonely planet: walking in the alps

4. air lifted Menachem Marcus

5. Burgundy, Lyon and the Alps, Leake (Lonely Planet's translation)

6. Cook France (sites)

7. network sites:

Http://learnweb.harvard.edu/alps/home/index.cfm

Http://www.chamonix.com/page.php?page=0&r=homepage&ling=en

Http://pagesperso-orange.fr/marc.chanut/carte_vanoise.htm

And more.

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