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אמנון לנגי  
#221 Posted : Monday, June 8, 2015 12:02:03 PM(UTC)
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This year was below standard in terms of snow. The regular season and has been ineffective.
You are not expected to experience significant snowfall in any point coordinates are krampons in my opinion.
Max take shoe spikes high not weighing much.
Prata is a 666 tridentina shshbil buried in the snow so you won't have a problem.
Remember that this is one of the most popular lists Dolomites and Yes to start early and preferably not SOP
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#222 Posted : Tuesday, August 4, 2015 5:36:23 PM(UTC)
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Returned, and as usual was great +++

1 – contrary to what is specified in the track, no cellular.

2 – the first section that leads through the old AV-2 beautiful and interesting as the rise on the gravel road and Plose.

3-repeat previous recommendation, the view from Mt. Mulatz is recommended rather than hard. Amazing panoramic views including the Farangole – of course.

4 – Ferrata Tridentina Brigata Paso Gardena takes approximately 3 hours. I climbed on Saturday and it is possible. Relatively easy route to prattot and busy day can cost him less than an hour.

5 – all the huts were crowded in the middle of July! Book in advance! Genova was a month and a half, probably. Some of the huts can be reached by lifts and easy walking from here.

6 – Rosetta drop to prdideli includes short and secure way and difficult, much less a blank terror.

7 – in the region of Val Canali has luxurious hotels for rest in the middle of the track around 56 euros for half board per person. Excellent food, hot showers and a comfortable bed. Cant del Gal La Ritonda.

8 – at Trevisio has no long Prata a, gear, called Canalone.

9: Cereda not to proceed as indicated on the map or friendly manual, two freedoms, because the road is closed due to landslide. Take the path across the street near the hotel 729 and he connects to 801.

-The map to property 023 Attach a picture of the part.

11 as stated, the last two sections from Cereda to Croce d ' only chance to go Aune. The sections are longer, more demanding and less impressive,

מפה 023

Enjoy,

Noa guy.

tsahia  
#223 Posted : Monday, August 10, 2015 11:34:21 PM(UTC)
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I'm still in the Middle but I had a note about VF.
I went through all the comments and I don't agree with the strong opinion of Amnon equipment. to AV2.
Today I climbed to mramolda (16 August), and it is
In glacier to pass mandatory crampons. Upload dozens of people and there was one without crampons. At the end of the glacier all but everybody includes them onto harnesses and helmets in via ferrate in the PAS. Two reasons, one were areas with small water flow caused the stone to be smooth, it's just two more risk.
Ditto on via ferrate in the mramolda. They were all security equipment. I believe I see great amnun group with sandals, but it seems out of the ordinary and not responsible. As one who immigrated there today (Amnon-no elevator there) it seemed irresponsible begs to go without. I consider myself a very powerful discerning and very experienced, and precisely because of this. There are ladders to a height of more than thirty meters. I see no reason in the world to rent a cabin before equipment will cost as much as cost.
And finally d'Avignon apas section seems completely insane. Rising to mramolda had three handles all the time, there were no places for easy grip and use of force holding hands on cable. And you have to remember you're doing with these sections. Incidentally, no one left in the mramolda case.
I understand that this subjective position, I just wanted to correct the impression of assertions of Tilapia.
Do I need security equipment and crampons rising mramolda?
Answer: Yes! (And I saw Shirley agrees with me)
1. about the iceberg season depends on how cold it is and how much rain will fall in the days before
2. about the VF, for me it is too dangerous.

Last point, and the top are exceptional experiences and pass them in order to shorten the time.
When I get a little more detail about the rest of the track.
And really thanks, Amnon the concatenating assignment and vast knowledge you contribute to reflux.
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#224 Posted : Tuesday, August 11, 2015 6:15:52 AM(UTC)
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We don't we climbed the peak mramolda and therefore I had no idea what degree of difficulty. Thanks for the update.
Fair enough climbing on the mramolda towards La Paz could be transferred without crampons.
In conditions where we climbed it wasn't necessary, but the need to examine the conditions on the cable before arriving.
Regardless, it is always good to have crampons and security system. It no doubt.
Wait for more updates

gindin  
#225 Posted : Friday, August 21, 2015 12:52:12 AM(UTC)
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Impressions from VA 2

After a year's preparation to get to this amazing Trek went.

Dating: with a sleeping bag, tent, mattress, Cookware, to VF (helmet, harness, security cable, double), krpvenim, and of course food. The selection was based on light weight! (Including the equipment bag 12 KB).

My plan was to go in 10 days from FELTRE to STOP, with minor changes of in VF on the third day. The mramolda glacier and climbing to the Summit of the mountain on the fourth day.

The execution was nine days, the first day on which Brixton today, a to POLSE. The ninth day decreased from FELTRE to PIAZ and walking on the side of the road and needs.

Tenth day cleared him to perform 3 VF by PRADIDALI shack.

As one who loves his sleep in a tent, and after reading the manual. I decided that as long as I'm not in the reserve.

Thus ended four nights sleeping in a tent, three nights in huts, one night in a cabin.

1. day 1-Brixton today, a rising to today's POLSE continued until the second round under reserve PAS DE PUTIA FORCELA. Camping on the Creek next to the garage.

2. day 2-her car for 1 and continue to parking lot is under pass GARDENA. Camping in the parking lot.

3. day 3 VIA FERRATA TRIDENTINA. walk up to the car park is under mramolda. Camping in the parking lot.

4 day 4-her foot until the cabin before the iceberg. On equipment and climbing the glacier to the Summit. (A record of your trip). A decline in ' VF to La Paz.

Continue to the parking lot is minutes from Pellegrino, last light. Camping in the parking lot.

5 5-day car to pass over the Ridge, Pellegrino and decline to pass VALLES. Her to MULAZ and changed there. The cabin staff was outstanding. The food was great, after 4 days was shell.

6. day 6 m MULAZ to PRADIDALI. Lunch at ROSETTA and continue. Total day.

7.-VIA FERRATA VF PORTON DEL VELO on MADONNA and amazing cabin back to PRADIDALI.

8.-continued from PADIDALI to FELTRE BIVACCO VA2. Lunch in TREVISO the decision proved wise. Day is exhausting and difficult ascent to PAS on 801. Getting to the open cabin, except, and another pair of Nice Italians was none. I sat to eat with them.

9 day 9-from FELTRE to BIVACCO PAIZ. As many told through dangerous, difficult because a very narrow path. Requires a walking pace is very slow. In the cabin, unfortunately a lack of water this year and could shower.

10.10-from FELTRE PAIZ to three hours I was at the train station in FELTRE. Train ticket to Verona via Padua.

The most amazing treks, worth every minute. One big cleaning!

I think the Trek must harness, rope, helmet, security is already an option. I recommend. Today the equipment is extremely easy and worth taking. Total weight of these three items weighed 600 g for me. Anyone interested I can recommend him.

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#226 Posted : Friday, August 21, 2015 10:37:33 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for reporting. The weather was good
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#227 Posted : Friday, August 21, 2015 5:28:10 PM(UTC)
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Merged the trip was overall good, had several days with small tiptopim in the middle of the day. On storm wear.

The mountains have to say thanks for all that fog could always be worse. (Some end).

In the morning especially I slept in a tent while no rain fell.

Thank you to everyone who deals with and maintaining the site, because I got to see the beauty of the Alps.

VA trip 2 was a continuation of the trek to hathalti in 2012 so I went up the first part of Innsbruck to Brixton today, a.

The VA2 went alone.

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#228 Posted : Friday, August 21, 2015 7:28:24 PM(UTC)
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Sounds crazy, especially all there parttot?

tsahia  
#229 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2015 11:43:14 AM(UTC)
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I returned this week, was an extraordinary experience challenging and unique.

The path did, started in August, and finished 6th at 16. Weather terms get perfect when every day was clear and clean, and the last day was some tiptopim and went in the fog (and missed all the views). In terms of workload, I found out that the week beginning 9 August is vacation week (in the summer). It made it a little bbikatot, especially bikatot that can be reached with a cable car, but even at full molaz. When I realized that just called and invited all bikatot. I guess it didn't matter much, because everybody could find room for a single traveler, but felt safer that way.

On the trail itself wasn't noticeable load. Most of the time I went alone.

The favorite bikatot in my eyes are small and isolated family. Mulaz, Treviso, Boz. Maybe the food and conditions are not the best but the atmosphere is definitely.

Only once had lunch, I preferred to eat some and stick with apples and dried fruit bars. Sometimes arrested for coffee and apple strudel. I had coffee, so personal gas burner had

The path itself should be prepared, especially mentally but also in terms of fitness equipment. Many gyms and some equipment. I met a hiker, after days of nightmare with heavy bag and shoes don't fit, decided to travel to Venice.

Used in OruxMaps with maps offline and marking for by days. Helped me a lot because you can't really go wrong when you know what and where you are on the map.

I could easily offset a day or even two days, there were times I came on November 12, cabin and even before. But I just took it down by cable car to nearby cities or simply rest and quest.

Lists the days (my walking pace so quick to consider):

1. flight to Rome, then to Verona, briksen, train, shopping, super easy, St. Andre, cable bus, 400-foot prototype plosa. That day I decided not to go into the jungle.

2. looking at the map seemed like trail of Gunter Messner (GM) more interesting that Greece is going over the ridge. Then swept the ridge to the West and South, including her aleio to Tullen (2653) a day to begin with. GM is not a dangerous trail is a little difficult the first day, then had to get ready. He is amazing in terms of scenery and it took me 7 hours to Genova (booked in advance another country that arrived on Friday)

3. due to fear of rain I went out at 6 a.m. and arrived in December to Passo Gardena, slept in Frara. I went to Selva Val Gardena.

4. a section of the trail, including bathing in Lake Piscadu, finished in Cima Undici. Simple but hey, I was the only visitor, and the food was excellent. I wanted to sleep in Pian de Fiacconi, but wasn't.

5. I recommend you book Fiacconi, and because the increase in the Assembly of the equipment made it I started to go to mramolda at 10:30 am. Even travelers who load it was Monday. According to the required cabin crampons to cross the glacier rising to mramolda and pass in the mramolda security equipment. All equipment including back up 60 euros in Contrin In Prata for Paz's had water on the rocks, and was almost oskant, and my equipment. Of apas also seemed dangerous with two sides that hold the cable in your hands apart power. The heiliit of the trip for me is for mramolda. Prata of noughts and crosses and drives up. Of course security equipment. Total time from the start of the walk took me three and a half hours. The downhill course is very intensive. After the downhill, there's another 900 m descent apas to contrin.

6. accommodation in Mulaz

7. short day difficult, but amazing in its beauty at Langdale Chase serves to decrease to San Martino. Packed with travellers

8. another day in beauty with the worst declines before rising to Treviso, but with compensation of bathing in a stream.

9. short day for Cereda.

10. because of the rain quit all Italian teams that would meet with them in the evenings, so went I kept only. Indeed a little hard, but I went fast and already in December reached Boz. Eventually it was a beautiful day and it rained.

11. two-pass thing indeed dangerous, without security, there is no mistaking them. It is not recommended to do when it's raining or windy. Sleep in Croce d ' Aune.

Thanks to Joe and everyone on the concatenating assignment. The information here helpful to build up.

Pictures

Https://picasaweb.google.com/110112594946904356675/AV2?authuser=0&feat=directlink

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#230 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2015 1:34:05 PM(UTC)
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Zahi-thanks for the report and photos are absolutely beautiful transfer. Your little file indicates probably not carrying crap, which probably increased your pleasure.

Gindin-thanks for reporting. Can you elaborate a bit on the lightweight security equipment to prattot? 600 g certainly sounds easy weight-I was under the impression that at least k. Thank you!

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#231 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2015 1:59:30 PM(UTC)
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Very good distribution of the track. Most who go alone has a tendency to push trim days.
I never understood the psychology. If I'm here for 10 days, I welcome every day for
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#232 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2015 9:53:49 PM(UTC)
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There are skiers who have extensive experience, of course, walks alone.
But to walk the walk alone is net without all sorts of "walk ins" with other people. (For better or for worse)
For example you may find much pleasure in couple residing in a fine early while therefore .no single by special interest and would prefer to move forward.
tsahia  
#233 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2015 11:27:19 PM(UTC)
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It's probably a matter of character. I enjoyed meeting new people every night, to hear about their culture, why they travel, where they explore the past and tell them about myself. With some I met more than one evening. With some became friends on Facebook. On the last day, I met a guy who did all not met AV2, and two of his friends came to see him in the last part. When I arrived really early, and there were people in the hut was "harassing" the hut or waitresses:). It could be that when you get a pair or better, less vulnerable and open to other people.
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#234 Posted : Sunday, August 23, 2015 1:21:48 AM(UTC)
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Good week

Further to my impressions VIA ALTA Trek 2 I add link to photos including some from VIA FERRATA movies I've done.

Https://picasaweb.google.com/113089108513383936426/VIAALTA2#

About VIA FERRATA equipment to add a link to a site where I bought the equipment.

Http://www.telemark-pyrenees.com/en/campblitz-p-75338.html

I bought this harness 230 grams.

It bought security cable.

Http://www.telemark-pyrenees.com/en/edelridcableultralite21-p-231727.html

285 g.

Land of the ptzel helmet 235 grams.

Http://www.telemark-pyrenees.com/en/petzlsiroccoclimbinghelmet-p-145918.html

This new helmet out weighs 165 grams.

If you're going to do a lot I recommend prattot harness a little more professional and more robust, higher up.

However the site can you see ishklim and destiny of the harness. I would be happy to answer any question.

About the trip alone, alone as Zahi type has advantages and disadvantages for each situation. I even went alone to the Trek before Zahi. You are certainly more open to society.

I left on 24/7 and finished 3/8, only prevents you from delays in the rate if you have a better rate than a couple extra arguments that can happen.

Two years ago, the first part of this trek to Brixton today, a insburg, done with a partner.

Certainly everyone is cruising experience altogether. And it really doesn't matter what to get, out to explore!

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#235 Posted : Tuesday, June 7, 2016 10:23:06 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,

I'm considering doing this for two weeks. I'd love to hear how the conditions for (transgressions, snow, glaciers, etc) and the weather in mid-late June?

Thank you

URI

jobran  
#236 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 3:08:37 PM(UTC)
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Hi everyone, first of all thanks a lot for this great forum. A very needed and TMB tirock and AV1. The time has come for this year-and the very winking AV2

I got off work for 18 days. Try this year to combine and some city Trek, I was thinking about.

Deciding whether to make all or part of the AV2 and then a flight to Spain? And other Trek-Spain the Spain treks, I heard two local northern parks that provide short treks between 2-5 days, but maybe there are options for longer treks and quicksand — still I would rather sleep in the cabin and in the tent.

A few questions.

1) if I decide to follow the AV2-can be cut to shorten the days without missing too much of the experience of the Trek. I for one would prefer to do some formal piratot with day/daily account. Is the official pirtot (rather than the simple steps in the path shmtlvot) require a break and rest days to access them or you can incorporate the same day of the walk?

2) suggested itineraries in Spain?

Thank you very much.

Jubran

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#237 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 3:50:02 PM(UTC)
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Hi Jubran. About Spain.
Both parks which obviously they attribute the Ordesa and igoastortas they're part of what GR11 out, to cross, it is forty-five days.
I understand that you're looking for something more challenging than just a trip, you can just take part of the GR11 espot, kndasho to and plan to go for a aktsvat time. (There are plenty of points of entry and exit) I offered you these two points without truly examine in detail how long it takes, they actually contain the central Pyrenees mountain range that I think is most attractive.
Check out the Forum and in GR11.
Note: it is impossible for it to rely solely on-demand cabins and tent equipment.
If you offer your Camino (the pilgrims) in Spain – don't be tempted! As I understand you, you know!
Other routes exist, but I don't know.
Want more details, I and other members on the Forum, we will be happy to help.
Barcelona is cool. FC Barcelona, even more!

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#238 Posted : Saturday, June 11, 2016 10:57:26 AM(UTC)
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The information and post in the Forum very helpful!

Undecided about this route this summer, some questions that they haven't found the answer here:

1. What about the cost of the rafiog HB? (Assume that the price has risen since 2009).

2. where required equipment (harness, krampons, etc.)-previous knowledge and skill required?

3. If you want to go 3-4 days to take a day of rest and then continue where you should stop

Thanks a lot!

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#239 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2016 10:55:29 AM(UTC)
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1) rises. Maybe in 5 euro. The site has rpiogy with prices.
2) there is no need to track security accessories unless you want to do via ferrate routes
3) beyond a shadow of a doubt the most rewarding stop will be in the area of mramolda mountain
tsahia  
#240 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2016 11:59:06 PM(UTC)
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Hi lilac

2. no need to own the equipment, there are two or three places that need a bit of strength, a lot of self-confidence and have-nots acrophobia. About the mramolda to recommend to ask rafiog below (Pian de Fiacconi) regarding equipment required

3. I tried to stop at places where they can walk around during the day, perhaps down to the city and some urban. Passo Gardena, for instance, Rif Rosetta.

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