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אמנון לנגי  
#41 Posted : Tuesday, June 1, 2010 9:39:41 PM(UTC)
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Thank you create. Do you think but sleeping bags and sheets were and it's easy to improvise a field tent canopy walking sticks and shoelaces. Anyone who can manage trail veteran perfect, just unpleasant to sleep on an empty stomach and dirty without a drop of water.

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#42 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 6:23:51 AM(UTC)
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Where can I keep things in Verona?
Train station they wanted exorbitant price (0.2 euros for every hour, plus larger billing on the first few hours out something like 60 euros and 10 days of Trek).
Thank you
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#43 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 7:39:40 AM(UTC)
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If the hotel you plan to stay in when you finish the course, you can leave it in gear. Beyond that, most hotels are ready to keep the equipment for 2-3 euros per day without make it a hotel stay. I think it's worth you to access some hotel close to the train station and try to implement this arrangement.
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#44 Posted : Monday, August 2, 2010 5:51:10 PM(UTC)
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I'm not going to sleep in, but sent the emails, I think all places) All offer the only alternative station. So this is what it has.

Anyway, the next day in the morning and I'm starting to like go from feltre-plose. Many thanks for all your help and there's this great forum. Hope a month back safely with impressions and experiences from AV2.
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#45 Posted : Monday, August 2, 2010 8:32:55 PM(UTC)
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Good luck
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#46 Posted : Friday, August 27, 2010 1:02:31 AM(UTC)
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Unfortunately, after two days in retired for personal reasons.
I developed a new technical issue, but don't have enough content for it so I'm going to add a few comments of my own days.
A. There are two cable cars taken from plose-St. andrea. If you want to go from the top station of the cable car the first leg has increased lately to the cabin. It took us (that we're not organized, without a drop of water) for about an hour and half hours only. Not recommended if you get tired from the flight. In short-we should get both cable cars.

B. membership card Israeli Alpine provides several advantages.
B cost us in thirty-one euros Plose instead with 45. The ticket costs 150 shekels and I think the rise pretty quickly.
So it also cost us in genova, and we reached the jungle later, showed the ticket a friend told us that there is no room after we found us a room.

C I think it's better to go than to kruez plose valley (back to the top station of the cable car) and then to genova. The other way from the plose is along a track for some skiing, short for my taste, a little boring (admit haven't seen rain why views that ski route views).

D. There are lots of cabins along the route. Even those not written in the story through. If you reach a State of weather or there are along the way (unfortunately I didn't use them).

The way the official story can write one line into two and break in half an hour. Should take this into account. It's very hard on us.

I hope to get back to Dolomites next year to complete the Trek. From the little I've seen of him, he was impressed. Dekelbz 40416.9216319444
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#47 Posted : Tuesday, August 31, 2010 7:40:01 AM(UTC)
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Sucks to start a rain and poor visibility. Was here on the Forum in the Black Knight from for apalazim (planned months) after a Blizzard that it the first night. Hope you get back to AV2 or for other Alpine and Dolomiti/tell us your experiences.
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#48 Posted : Tuesday, August 31, 2010 2:34:42 PM(UTC)
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The wwwwww brought me back, 2004, April 12. No, Blizzard, just lightning and Thunder and rain but I don't know what happened there, why is this guy going to cower for after I bought the equipment, bought the equipment in Atlanta, refusing my offer to come to lodge, Park one night and returned to Israel and never heard from him. Unfair to judge him.

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#49 Posted : Tuesday, August 31, 2010 9:25:04 PM(UTC)
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#50 Posted : Wednesday, September 1, 2010 12:19:44 AM(UTC)
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For what? Let him alone.

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#51 Posted : Wednesday, September 1, 2010 10:46:22 AM(UTC)
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#52 Posted : Wednesday, September 1, 2010 10:33:03 PM(UTC)
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Don't remember the exact details, just remember Ronnie insulted him with a red convertible
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#53 Posted : Saturday, September 11, 2010 3:52:12 PM(UTC)
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I returned yesterday what ALTA VIA 2 after the last moment had to pull a program in Tyrol, was a snowstorm that left white cover starting from a height of 600 meters.
We didn't want to think about what happens above 2000 meters. The timeout and didn't give us an option to wait for the snow to melt.

Snow-covered Ridge looks from adolomits and decorated in our observations.
Because there's quite a lot of technical information about the Trek, I want to recommend rafiog way from MARMOLADA FUCIADE to PASSO DI SAN PELLEG.

The private Indian rafiog expensive, 60 euros per night, including dinner and breakfast. The Italian Manager rafiog tough heavy and traditional clothing and its extensive kitchen featured artist who makes dinner includes appetizer: goat cheese with tomato Marmalade. Her: elk steak sauce Brule and smart: Kota with berries. There are a select exceeds all imagination. I'm really not a fan of gourmet culinary experience, but moved right. In the morning instead of dry bread served fresh bread rolls, fruit salad, yogurt cakes (Who has the power to go after this).

Marie Antoinette-style rooms and bathroom, bathroom brother indefinitely with her fun. Recommended, recommended, it is advisable to book in advance

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#54 Posted : Sunday, September 12, 2010 8:22:41 AM(UTC)
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Hey shiri

Perhaps a little expansion on the walking experience, lessons, prices, images, etc.
Who enters the concatenating assignment usually begs to tips from someone who already left him.

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#55 Posted : Sunday, September 12, 2010 3:08:29 PM(UTC)
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Peace to all the people of the Dolomites!

I go to North Italy in 30.9 and want to do 2 days long tracks:

1. climbing to the top of a ':

A. is there a possibility to a circular orbit? I read in the book of consolation Marcus "mountain air" circular ל"מסלול" offer from lago di fedaia to passo di san pellegrino, but it doesn't strike me as a circular route (i.e. one that corresponds to the left vehicle at one place and back to the same place:))

2. do I need special equipment for climbing-rope/climate/crampons?

C. do the huts are open or closed right at the end of September?

2. in the Alps:

Seemed another offer from the book "air" passage mconiaga bikini round and repeat.

Does anyone know? Recommend? Offers two-day round of thousands more?

Thank you very much and happy new year!

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#56 Posted : Sunday, September 12, 2010 3:30:11 PM(UTC)
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Hi Joe and the rest of the cast

After your add-on to extend ... But re-read what you wrote, and here's some additional tips resurfaced.
Apropos total 7 days travel out of 9 from STOP to PASSO DI SAN PELLEG away the weather was against us and we were forced to retire.

Maps: one can easily scale to 1:50000 those bought at the store to insburk tours (no more cabins).

Prices in:
Alpine Club members (we joined Austrian) at a discount and the rest don't.
Except for the first cabin (PLOSE) where half board accommodation cost 30 euros, rest of the accommodation cost 10 euros for members, and add: a hot shower (4 euros), dinner (10 euros), hot chocolate, beer, Cola (3.5 euros), breakfast (6 euro).
We ohtzteidno coffee and cookies that can easily replace the breakfast of the huts and some body hammm?

Tent:
This is the first without a tent, were kind of concerns not enough to reach the cabin, which is dormatori with a bunch of carpenters.
Conclusion after not taking a tent to ALTA VIA 2.
1. prohibited.
2. the track hard and demanding and very hard casing.
3. not Trek from a height of 2000 meters a very (too). Recreation hut at night alongside a bunch of Europeans happy drunk and snoring is better than cetnfot in the tent in the bag already in the early evening.
4. There are a lot of cabins so the chance to get stuck without a cabin in darkness almost never exist if plan and are updated about weather.
It is a good idea to book ahead, especially before the weekend.

Bypassing the Marmalade ...:
Due to unstable weather, we decided to go for the alternative bypasses the Marmalade ... East.
Bus at 10:00 from MALGA CIAPELA saves an cabin for 6 miles on the road.
Continued in a verdant Valley and interesting botanical standpoint. For a change we haven't seen and may therefore also called on our various Ltd. including salamanders, frogs, giraffes, antelope and even saw a pair of Italian hunters ambush (Fortunately we interrupted them.)
From the Valley and continue for "ALTA VIA DEI PASTORI".

Some pictures:
(Under the photo)



Tyrolean Mountain North is snowy after a Blizzard early in season.


Some more from the ridge.


Edelweiss blossom which caused Europeans to gathering and anxiety


A good place to build a home.


The ending for the devil 666 to PISCIADU hut. After a lightning storm is finally out.


The view from the cabin and PISCIADU Islands and dramatic.


Almost like our desert on the way to the cabin BEMBERGER.


"Shepherds" Southeast of Marmalade ...


FORCA ROSSA on broadband the shepherds


A couple awards. Alpine Zoo in Innsbruck.
Visit there is an alpine forest with creeks and waterfalls and hundreds of species: fish, snakes, frogs, birds and mammals.

Trekking along the life Amnonl 41121.7725925926
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#57 Posted : Sunday, September 12, 2010 9:36:47 PM(UTC)
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Beautiful! Definitely do want.
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#58 Posted : Thursday, April 14, 2011 11:14:33 PM(UTC)
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Maxim. Just saw the pictures.
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#59 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 12:21:39 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
A few questions:
1. it is not clear whether indeed Israeli membership provides a discount on all cabins, or just European membership (and if all the rpogis)? My upcoming trip a little more nervous and that significant colour. If you'd like to have European-links and explanation (will receive the card in the mail and how long etc.).
2. If we have 9-10 days total (including flights) can catch the AV2? If it is pressed then which day/days you can shorten or leave (and probably least equal if possible). We are 30 + in shape with Trek world experience (New Zealand, Nepal, Spain, etc.) then I believe we will deal with some effort despite potatoes Press Conference of the day). From reading the posts here it seems the AV2 more impressive and challenging first and because I get off like that once in two years the woman wants to take advantage of maximum:-)
3. from what I read about flights to Verona or $ 500 + flights or wait to the last minute and betting deals. In my experience the people and because we are bound to specific dates-late July through early August whether there even consider waiting for deals or buying now because card prices will soon?
Thanks in advance!
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#60 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 4:38:48 PM(UTC)
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Some good answers.

A. This is not a colour but in Orange and blue. Take euros because Exchange rate USD to euro is a threat.
B. guide both cabins-i.e. those that CAI are privately owned. No privacy.
C. who push for money to bring a tent and cook away. Like that save at least 40 euros a day from 60.
D. no section. If you can spend 60 euros a day on a trip to Italy so it is better to give up.
H. 9 days enough to do so. No trim parts. All scenic.
And the end of July, beginning of August are peak prices for flights to Verona. Last minute flights move to most around $ 400 and will be limited to a period of one week.
If you can now reserve tickets for specific dates and costs up to $ 500 I think no need to hesitate.
The cheapest price I remember last minute flights for a period of two weeks in late July until the end of August was $ 370.

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