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טלאילן  
#21 Posted : Tuesday, August 24, 2010 8:13:05 PM(UTC)
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So maybe that is what I do. Where can I check about public transportation? You know if you need to book accommodation in advance?

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#22 Posted : Wednesday, August 25, 2010 1:30:44 PM(UTC)
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"Where you can see about public transportation?"

-Google. Do not be lazy:-)

"You know if you need to book accommodation in advance?"

Usually there is no need to book accommodation in advance (I was ordering the first night in Athens, if your flight arrives late).

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#23 Posted : Sunday, September 5, 2010 2:08:02 PM(UTC)
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I have a question:

Whether trekking in Olympus and in Zagori necessary sleep sack What about food, I eat in huts and villages mean not having to cook anyway?

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#24 Posted : Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:12:16 AM(UTC)
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The Olympus get blankets (to bring liner if you want to splurge) and can get hot meals. Too bad I don't know Zagori (which is a great little place and less well-defined).
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#25 Posted : Monday, September 27, 2010 2:12:25 PM(UTC)
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In Zagori has some רפיוג'ים but far more spartan conditions than the Olympus and I would recommend for a sleeping bag.
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#26 Posted : Thursday, January 20, 2011 12:43:30 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!
I'm going on a long trip in April (details in the next post) and used on the information you gave here therefore saw fit to share some of my own. Some suggestions for this summer.
Last summer I did with a friend two months trip in Greece, Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro almost entirely on foot. All the tracks we did (to my knowledge rarely toiilim by Israelis) wrote in a detailed way. Brought here through stories of Northern Greece (more...) and then I put the leaders of Albania and Montenegro. If anyone needs more info can contact by e-mail! And the happy clan

ZF2_אולימפוס.doc

75E_זאגוריה.doc

BEE_פיליון.doc

41543.6859259259 Amnonl

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#27 Posted : Thursday, January 20, 2011 4:32:10 PM(UTC)
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Well done on the investment
Having been in places you described I had fun reading the descriptions and to remember.

I would be happy if the descriptions of Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro.
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#28 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 12:10:25 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

On Sunday I flew to Crete.

Does anyone know if there are hiking and can recommend?

Thanks in advance,

Yotam

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#29 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 12:25:22 AM(UTC)
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There are also some


Hiking in Crete



Yotam
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#30 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 1:14:09 AM(UTC)
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I've done some serious tracks there, but sure is pretty.

Have fun!
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#31 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 12:06:19 PM(UTC)
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The I filed here to help answer.

Well, I'm investigating this Cretan 22nd I wrote in 2000 the book "Hello Crete" and several "Shapiro travel in Crete" holding over 2300 pages and over 14000 pictures (wrong number of zeroes ...) with 213 hiking.

Crete has hundreds of delegates that allow movement who walks and active fan, but most isolated places and therefore are not recommended for excursions for tourists but the alpinist Association in Crete, accompanied by their guide, and those tracks up to a week.

However, there are 37 channels and recommended routes for pedestrians and tourists. Their list appears in my book that details about you will find on the Forum. There is also the best map of Crete I update whenever possible, ship (burn on CD). Map 1:100.000 is divided into 26 pages

There are several classic tracks like "Ambrose" smaria (15.650 meters) (8000 m). most (6000 meters) that now is the time because of the rash, there is the beautiful richtis Gorge (4700 m) with views and waterfalls, flour mills and anymore and sea etc etc

About the hopnitam website, well, I don't know who made the list but there are some tracks that are just on the road.

For example:

Track-spinari kisamo is unclear to me why to go on the road while the road 4 km East is a local route f-2 makes the channel crossing views iinohori or f-1 track in 5 km corresponding to the East. Most of the mountainous route.

A-axis krisoskalitisas spinari just starting on the road (as opposed to written) 4 km and then descend to Cambus and go along the coast to the white monastery.

Krisoskalitisas-this is in paleochora outward large mountain range but its about half a kilometer from shore, mostly on the coast to the town of paleochora.

In my book you will find suggested routes including the use of local companies that specialize and have excellent guides, classic tour and three-day track course conducted by a pair of Israelis.

Other options such as a one-week course written in Crete on a bicycle carried two Israelis.

Crete also goes by "crossing Europe" E-4 who crosses Crete throughout several possible axes, some on foot and some regular Alpine walk part of the road.

Anyway, I always recommend that before heading to the track to watch the local Alpine Association (private associations in the Community Forum articles under "agents in Crete).

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#32 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 12:57:39 PM(UTC)
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And thanks to my friend Eric Shapira hates to write his vast knowledge on Crete.

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#33 Posted : Wednesday, April 13, 2011 11:49:40 AM(UTC)
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Awesome, I think I need to fix that foot-probably not.
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#34 Posted : Wednesday, April 13, 2011 2:24:16 PM(UTC)
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I think that might be along the track and the heights.
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#35 Posted : Wednesday, April 13, 2011 5:10:16 PM(UTC)
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Ask the aggy

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#36 Posted : Wednesday, April 13, 2011 6:47:10 PM(UTC)
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All the tracks I wrote are channels and distances are in meters (channel entrance to the port, not the heights of course), for example, find school smaria along because what I wrote-18000 11000 is the true measure of measures, all four times I did it, Ditto for the other channels.

While it is true that by 1965 the army we were in degrees, but since we're talking just in milliseconds and distances only.

The highest mountains are among hundreds in Crete:

The psiloritis, 2456 metres height.  The snowy Observatory on Mount skinackas, at a height of 1770 meters by my watch, by 1720 map m.

In the White mountains the 2453 m height pahans

City angatias area 2424 meters high

And there are 9 high alpine shelters which is ktsbeli at a height of 2000 meters.

Meir Shapiro 40646.8759143519

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#37 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 6:16:56 PM(UTC)
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Hello!
Following the family had to replace our trip in St. Paul in Turkey-Crete.
I realized there was boatloads of regions and even Crete.
Someone a little more specific information?

Thank you
Tal
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#38 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 6:57:37 PM(UTC)
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Certainly, there are endless trails, just Google it.

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#39 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 8:04:59 PM(UTC)
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E4 is probably the most famous track in Crete.

"Crete" trail crosses the island from West to East.

According to some sites I've ever seen it check out Flash and have maps in order not to mess around.

Http://www.greecelogue.com/hiking-the-e4-european-long-distance-path-crete.html

(I don't think family security personal concern but why go to places that don't like us and others to leave money?)

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#40 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 8:57:52 PM(UTC)
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There is a very nice trail in Corfu (150 km). Was here discussing it.
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