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זמי1  
#41 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2009 4:10:03 PM(UTC)
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After seeing deer and heard no stories have climbing, have axes, crampons, ropes and need a local guide, have lots and lots and lots of gear. It is a track gotta get ready that risk. It's not Israel trail. It's not much else that I know.  Should I start in the Israel National Trail (INT) or TMB, or any other route. Said to be deer videos network is concerned, laalotam no joy and nature photography.
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#42 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2009 4:43:55 PM(UTC)
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Not to go this route, absolutely no experience walking first. Experience in long walks and rocky sections and hard and take a local guide who knows what they're doing. Ice is required equipment and a large part of these treks climbing equipment full harness and ice screws etc.

It's a lot of very serious ups and downs and height combined with ice and snow and rocks make business difficult.

Friends, me and my partner had no luck on this track. If it is some places lucky there wasn't much snow and ice and all sorts of things. Please do not do that. Who's interested in this particular Trek and what I plan further feel free to contact me and I'd like to share.

And I get some more videos will illustrate the difficulty we had.

And to finish with an optimistic but cautious.

Trek legend, a little scary.

Eyal

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#43 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2009 9:38:34 PM(UTC)
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As promised, her day to day camp and crossing the pass itself maybe some lovely we have been there in the difficult days.
Taken by Michael one of the partners didn't trip I made nothing. Enjoy ...

Her high camp

Thawing snow.

Hey Kemp

She has to her gang 1

She must gang 2

She has to her gang 3

She has to her gang 4

Ganjah vibes vol.5-la

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זמי1  
#44 Posted : Tuesday, March 31, 2009 1:26:14 AM(UTC)
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There are no words.

There are no words.

Give me air air

Who wants to go there? And return.

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#45 Posted : Wednesday, April 1, 2009 4:20:43 PM(UTC)
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Long walk experience (Israel National Trail), but not on this route. And with such equipment.
How can I prepare myself for trekking.
Do take a guide instead.
Or must come with experience in this kind of trekking?
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#46 Posted : Wednesday, April 1, 2009 7:03:49 PM(UTC)
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If you have at least come in very good shape. And I speak on the No.

Go in the mountains before it adopted walks. So at least in this dimension will not be a problem.

Very important to get used to.

Or take a walk much more slowly. The days pass and followed him to the first village are quite divided in a certain way because you have certain places you can camp and sleep. In short, should the strict form.

If you want more details contact me and try to help.

Should be taken into account! It comes in that the weather can change in a heartbeat. 30 degrees and heat all of a sudden a snowstorm and 2 feet of snow and you can't move and escape.

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#47 Posted : Thursday, May 28, 2009 10:12:34 PM(UTC)
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Hi everybody
I came back today from Lengtang national park.
I didnt went to la Gandja since we had some stormy days (the monsoon Villa centrally located is coming and with him come the blood sucking leaches) and a friend who attemped the pass come back after his drowning in dry snow to neck.

So I walked from syabru besi to kyjin gompa in 3 days, stayed a week and come back in 1 day
The upper lengtang valley is really beautiful.
There are 2 nice view points in kyjin ri (4700 m) and tserko ri (4900m) and there is a possibility to watch the lirung glacier melted is allready lengtang
The people who have a tent can hike up the valley to enjoy lagshisha kharka and the very end of the valley with a view point to the lengtang glacier.
Unfortunatly I had bad weather and visibility was fogy so I saw only the morain of the lengtang glacier.

Global worming caused melting of the glaciers so what got left is the morains of both sides and a dirty dead
Valley ice on the bad.

I observed the valley leading up to la and ganja man, steep it!

The valley to tilman pass, a much worse then col la ganja is a steep glacier valley and it seemed one need to be very fit to go there.

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#48 Posted : Friday, May 29, 2009 1:54:04 AM(UTC)
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This is one of my plans for next trek in Nepal.
The round trek through Ganja La pass and Tilmans.
A massive one.

Good to hear from you!
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