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#121 Posted : Sunday, October 7, 2012 5:18:16 PM(UTC)
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#122 Posted : Monday, March 11, 2013 2:14:34 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = guys] hey Amnon,
Attached is a link to a presentation of the trip + number Via Ferrat for who.
Tips, prices, etc., later:)

Italy-AV2 etc


The season opens soon. And the Dolomites should start to heat engines.

Those who do not know GUYS trip presentation is invited to complete deficiencies
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#123 Posted : Thursday, April 4, 2013 12:43:11 PM(UTC)
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Hi,

We (wife and I) are planning to walk the trail as of mid-August.
Do I need to book the cabins (or part of)?

I read in previous posts of Tilapia that relatively sparse, but the planned peak season and possibly the annual holiday period the Italians (I don't know).

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#124 Posted : Thursday, April 4, 2013 1:24:57 PM(UTC)
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High season until August 15th. So if you are planning a walk in the second half of August, high season!
The experience gathered so far is that you don't need to book ahead
If you have power, put his plan and see where there might be a problem with the
Note that the mramolda area on the weekends tend to be crowded. Either plan to zone in a weekend or to make a reservation
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#125 Posted : Saturday, April 27, 2013 1:12:02 PM(UTC)
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We are considering to get across at the end of July (July 21-22). In terms of snow and the conditions are good.
Kinda scares me your comment (Amnon) at the beginning of the thread on dangerous stretches without maneuvers.
Last year us on VF at Tre Cime in soft snow, ice, and it was a little scary, experience unpleasant (least-secure jumps between different cables).
I ask especially long winter that Europe is experiencing. Is it "pushes" all the Tour season.

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#126 Posted : Saturday, April 27, 2013 2:27:19 PM(UTC)
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You have nothing to worry about. You can always find in rafiog before a problematic thing about the snow so have to make a detour.
There are no impossible thing to get around safely. I really don't worry about it.
If you have maps (which you have route maps 1:25, 000) so you're very flexible. Even in the southern section
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#127 Posted : Saturday, April 27, 2013 3:23:54 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the quick response Amnon.

Does the boy from extending the route significantly, i.e. in a day? Or it would be all the more the days of our walking several hours?
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#128 Posted : Saturday, April 27, 2013 3:58:59 PM(UTC)
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The boy usually reap. Even from far away, the override will be easy to walk and therefore the rate will be much faster.
Sometimes the detour will take half a day. It almost never fails unless you select the override that goes back then.
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#129 Posted : Thursday, May 30, 2013 7:49:29 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends
There's someone coming this year?
So far I only heard about the plans but no one confirmed that he is dating
With so much snow expected this year, the track will also always challenges deep into August.
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#130 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 3:41:51 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
Although a bit late – a few tips from the end of last season.

We made the Trek in the season (started in 7.4), and we had some concerns as regards weather, rpiogis etc.

Meteo-total. The second day started pretty big Blizzard, stopped in the middle of the day in the rafiog and started to walk in the morning then. It's hard to walk a little, but the view was breathtaking. The penultimate day started again, but we were already at the end so I just continued.

רפיוג'ים-made lots of inquiries, primarily with the help of Tilapia, the vast majority of rpiogis in the southern part of the route are closed at 20.9 and therefore feared didn to finish the track. Rafiog practice remained open this weekend then, so we actually had 3 more days.

Equipment-as we feared Greece not have nowhere to sleep, and a bit of leg, took us to cooking equipment. In fact, it was really, mostly because the rafiog were open. We used to carry heavy weights so it really wasn't terrible, but definitely not worth the effort.

Cooking-as written here, it is possible to cook outside cabins generally (although doing it some faces). We decided to Cook only on nights we slept in a tent.

Club card-Alpine bought on $ 150 before paying anyone treated sleep more than 3 nights in public rafiog, we certainly got that.

We enjoyed every moment, beautiful, not too busy travelling, people, good food and dramatic landscapes and breathtaking.

Thank you for all your help in tilapia planning!!!
Plan your next track.

The only surviving picture-lost camera:(
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#131 Posted : Tuesday, June 4, 2013 8:07:26 PM(UTC)
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Hello
My wife and I plan to do the year AV2
Want to go on 12 September.
Whether it's fine and the huts are open.
2 about the VIA FERRATA
Do you need special equipment?
Thank you very much.
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#132 Posted : Tuesday, June 4, 2013 8:20:23 PM(UTC)
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Hey Ben
Send a private message to efratp and she will assist you with questions open.
They did for last year and started on 11 September.
They had no problem with.
In principle on September 21 some places are supposed to close.
But there are still those that remain open even later.
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#133 Posted : Monday, June 10, 2013 12:34:40 PM(UTC)
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Amnon, great post and doing,
Some questions: 1. refer to the difficulty in Europe since tirkati (excluding day trips), the gap between the AV2 and trekking in Nepal [frozen lakes and ABC] with as you go and nioziland with full equipment treks three to five days?
2. What navigation capability. I.e. whether the navigation abilities who are more basic, the marks + map will do the job, as I mentioned in section 1 treks
3. in the afternoon prattot in harness, is this mistaken identity/real/not needed.
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#134 Posted : Monday, June 10, 2013 12:49:26 PM(UTC)
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AV2 very different treks in Nepal. The Dolomites in General has a character different from aaimlaya
Maybe among the around Annapurna TMB can find some similarities.
The Dolomites you meet a lot of people are short and steep with points. And what are steeply descending steeply too often.
It requires a high service who carry supplies on their backs. If you can get Light with 6 pounds so it's not so bad.
Alpine trail takes practice. Anyone who takes seriously the practice until a month and a half before departure.

Don't have a special fitness navigation. Backcountry trail and marked. In principle one can rely only on the story and the markup.

We do not use any security equipment. If you don't go out early in the season (late June to mid July) no longer needed.
Not including route via prattot and is passed the length without the need for security.
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#135 Posted : Monday, June 17, 2013 3:32:39 PM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon
We decided to go at the end of September in all iintis I ordered came back to me and indicate a problem.

In relation to the previous question, what of the carros de TMB or AV2 to fuc
(Pyrenees)
Both have done in recent years.
Now all the books and all the places they say have basic climbing equipment namely harness, rope and ring (only when) really don't need anything?
Thank you very much.
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#136 Posted : Monday, June 17, 2013 3:44:55 PM(UTC)
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Really, really shouldn't. Always good to have but don't really need.
If you want to do via prattot track is another story.
Had been coming in late June early July so you had to take snow equipment and security.
At the end of September is no longer snow on the runway. Maybe the occasional ptch
Not that big a deal to get a harness and a ring. Another 300 grams will not break even.
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#137 Posted : Tuesday, June 18, 2013 4:33:53 AM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon,
The story of the day treated AV2 IX ל"קטע today's walk was a classic Ridge trail. But the margin of error it approaches zero. On the rock-cut long for and sometimes not exceeding 20 cm.
I take it and the trail passes through the steep slope and indeed the result of a fall is imminent danger. Nevertheless, does the average width is 20 cm, the length of a hand, or that it is individual meters? In addition, what length of the path? Are regarded as dangerous for real or similar to others requires careful concentration?

With thanks,
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#138 Posted : Tuesday, June 18, 2013 8:57:35 AM(UTC)
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In the very narrow path carved and no space error. There is sometimes a cable grip rock but should always focus and care.
In good weather there is no problem with that, but in the harsh conditions of rain, fog or windy is really dangerous.
The rock does not accumulate. Just about two kilometers of dangerous sections but they are scattered.
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#139 Posted : Monday, June 24, 2013 2:56:04 AM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon,
What about the difficulty level compared to TMB?
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#140 Posted : Tuesday, June 25, 2013 5:20:08 PM(UTC)
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A little different style. TMB is a very commercial and while the modest AV2 and much less mtweir.
At TMB don't meet virtually via ferrate sections whereas there are many AV2
You don't need special equipment for these sections of the via ferrate, but they indicate more frequent crimes problems in orbit
I think the overall AV2 harder but it's not what TMB large gap.
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