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#141 Posted : Friday, July 5, 2013 8:33:44 PM(UTC)
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Amnon,
Thanks for the quick reply about AV1. Meanwhile, Jonathan (18, strong guy, mentally and physically) clicks through to the stunning track AV2 I challenges him but not without concerns. Although I'm a little older (47) and quality (at least a rolling track like for southern Israel, but the matter is not entirely clear what excites these heights   Read the descriptions carefully and track. Two questions: is it possible if necessary to cut off the city. I need to know about נק'יציאה in case we decide on a plan due to difficulties with dad, weather or anything else. Secondly, would you please tell us the average time in the various sections. Does each section he 15- And, is it possible to do without rope videos through the iron? Shabbat Shalom and thanks. Dirt
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#142 Posted : Saturday, July 6, 2013 3:31:29 AM(UTC)
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The trails in Italy you can leave in many sections.
AV2 route except in the southern part of route 801, you cross every day and can leave the track.
There are no sections of 20 km without a point. You can always make cuts and changes in itinerary
Remember that this ski resorts and even cable cars that run on the field and let you htniidot good.
This age 47 great Alpine walk. In principle you should be better able to track 18 guy because most difficulty mentally.
You don't need to track terrorists, AV2 There is a section that requires security.
Drive for peace. It's a great and perfect family.
You feel a lot of pride and satisfaction after you finish it.
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#143 Posted : Saturday, July 6, 2013 2:20:26 PM(UTC)
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Hello, tilapia
About Bill Section 801, where those who travel with you slipped and injured, what the risk and difficulty of this section- Whether in mid-August, the smoother.
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#144 Posted : Saturday, July 6, 2013 5:10:04 PM(UTC)
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The skating rink was not specifically related to 801.
In case he slipped while crossing a small glacier for 801 but he could Skate anywhere else for her cross snowy scenes
Danger there is always ice skating. Beware and use sticks to stability.
In total there are quarrying of the ice route and other special krampons or equipment in order to pass. Just a caution.
Also skating related. There's snow on the track even in August and September and you can always slip.
If you want a path that almost no snow in August, you should go to the AV1
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#145 Posted : Saturday, July 6, 2013 9:49:51 PM(UTC)
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I go to at the end of August and made Excel table containing all the steps in more detail and in General tab also includes variants.
All information is taken from a friendly guide, hope this helps someone

Alta_Via_2.rar
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#146 Posted : Tuesday, July 23, 2013 1:00:10 PM(UTC)
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I first want to thank all the writers here. Helped me to gather a lot of information in preparation for a second attempt on AV2.

I am looking for a digital copy of the map of the Trek (even welcome digital, so I can scan for a future forum users).
What's this pretty lame versions online no nearer to the level of Tobacco.
Many thanks in advance)

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#147 Posted : Tuesday, July 23, 2013 9:27:46 PM(UTC)
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Hello to the Forum members. It's amazing how much quality information. Well done!

Here's the thing: we're not kids, (52, Yoram 47), in good shape, lots of travelers in the country and doing sport (if), but no experience, alpinisti Years dreaming about doing a course in the Dolomites and it is now doing.

We have 8 full days, from 25 August. Coming so we meet in Geneva and Basel, separate eight o'clock in the morning of 2 September.

First we thought we'd have more time and aimed to AV2, but it was shortened to eight days. We have a car.

Taking into account the day of the ride and drive back jacket, we stayed for six days.

Question: is there a point to insist? I understand that you can get in and out of this route at various points, and also has all other routes (and most of the relevant kicron have books), but driving.

Thank you, Boaz
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#148 Posted : Wednesday, July 24, 2013 7:13:27 AM(UTC)
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In my opinion, your choice should be the track TMB
It makes no sense to spend two days on travel and car completely more
Why the insistence on AV2 if you meet?
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#149 Posted : Thursday, July 25, 2013 10:44:33 AM(UTC)
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Apparently a particular obsession of the Dolomites, with the naive assumption is something that we can deal with effectively driving and close all of Greece in six hours. Not something more rational than that . In the past 24 hours, we tried to get flights Geneva-Dolomites-Basel without success, mainly because we both already desire by next destination which is limiting your search. Still undecided.
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#150 Posted : Thursday, July 25, 2013 11:25:44 AM(UTC)
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Alpine first experience + obsession = dolomite and two tough AV1.

You can go to staolance or even Duran. Depends on the shape, and then to leave the trail.

See the following thread pasted at the top.

(Incidentally, I met a long time ago and name appropriate age ...)

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#151 Posted : Thursday, July 25, 2013 11:41:47 AM(UTC)
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The distance from Geneva airport to the beginning of the Plose is AV2 rafiog 650 km
My experience traveling to distances in Europe, it would take more than eight hours because of the breaks
In other words this whole trip to Greece
An hour's drive from the TMB is that is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful tracks in the world.
Starting on August 25, towards the end of the season, and the load on the dwindling
I really don't understand the dilemma. TMB is a strongly as first alpine experience Especially for your age.
He's not a AV2 should start. It's difficult path that requires prior experience
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#152 Posted : Friday, July 26, 2013 1:15:33 PM(UTC)
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Dekel-if you want to scan the map feel free to contact me by email eilonyn@gmail.com. I didn't touch them and I can't remember what year the status-though they underwent a long journey but I guess they at least in decent shape and should have all the maps (to do a more thorough check if it's really relevant.)
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#153 Posted : Friday, July 26, 2013 7:03:28 PM(UTC)
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Folks, thanks for your comments; I think the message received. Leave the next trip!
Will keep you posted
Boaz
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#154 Posted : Friday, July 26, 2013 8:58:32 PM(UTC)
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Good luck
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#155 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 8:13:31 PM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon,

Suggest we add a constant thread in the main forum (as you did with AltaVia 1).
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#156 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 8:54:01 PM(UTC)
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This amazing path but is not popular enough to gain permanent status
At the end of the season we're going to do is Forum thought about remake material organization
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#157 Posted : Sunday, August 4, 2013 5:35:42 PM(UTC)
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Hello

The Forum here is amazing-so much amount of information not yet started planning an itinerary for details but just seems there feeling everything that we need, with Israeli Hebrew (including variations) is paid.

Basis of interest,

My wife and I (age: 31 and 28) to Italy in September. We land in Verona on the night 11.9 (history ain't going back!) and plan to begin the Trek 5 days morning 12th or 13th. As we and Greece Verona, we decide mainly from AV1 to AV2 (or part thereof), and hoped to help us decide between these two routes (unless you offer exceptional offers).

To do this, we will be happy to answer a few questions:

1. flexibility in starting points, and Amnon said in correspondence about the AV1 that almost every day there's a cable access/cities-the same is true for the AV2?

2. one concern (me) with regards to AV1 is being busy route-which means logistical mess too (cabin reservations) and just too. The same is true about the AV1 in mid-September?

3. in terms of the required shape. We're not the Tigers and we have outstanding experience in hiking in the Alps, but we're both young, and we did quite a bit in recent years trekking-pgarsh in Romania and of South America (WAI-whoosh, Blanca, full-torosim, cerro castillo, etc.). Is there any reason to avoid. AV2?
If so, is it possible to indicate certain parts if denied, become the transfer in terms of us.

4. economic reasons, as well as a desire for freedom/problematic food, we are considering bringing cooking utensils. I'm aware that the prevailing recommendation here is to avoid it, but I think nisinano really make us happier. Do you have any recommendations to:
A. where buyers (in Verona or the egress points)?
B. do pass through real close to towns where you can stock up on dry food.
C. How is legal and how to move about in a most pleasant way without hassle.

5.-we're considering taking a tent (again, economic motives and independence).
A. What is the law? -Can I suppose to camp near bunk or not and if not, where (if allowed).
B. about AV1, beyond the law (lavnati prohibits)-how you can bend the rules, I realize this is pretty crowded route and therefore, whether or no supervision, weirder to camp-how?
C. the AV2, I fear that this too Greece tent Lollapalooza, the question is how we can trust but are places open this season and that's always going to get them?

6. Finally, in terms of weather. A few years ago slammed in the Alps in late September and read here most of what was said so that I know what's supposed to be the weather in the Alps in September (not guaranteed).
However, I understand that this year summer came late.
A. are there areas (for example the iceberg on AV2) which is less moving than they were by now supposed to be?
B. If the weather would be problematic, is there a danger of cabins to close before October?

Many thanks in advance for residency, and in General about the Forum.

Amir



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#158 Posted : Sunday, August 4, 2013 7:40:38 PM(UTC)
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Most answers to your questions in a thread of AV1 to extend to them
As you write the message, I guess you are more attracted to the solitude of the AV2
If you intend to travel with a tent and Cook only the subject of open or closed cabins is all irrelevant.
To obtain food you should get anyway from trail towns
Tent and cooking illegal space along two tracks but nobody enforces the law.
Of course you need to be polite and not to camp within the cabin or for itself and start at sunset and fold in.
No load on both the September and required to buy any of them.
The weather in September is considered the best of the year. You won't have any problem of snow on the runway.
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#159 Posted : Sunday, August 4, 2013 10:21:04 PM(UTC)
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Amnon,

Thanks for the quick response, read us we (or at least at this stage) are indeed attracted to the solitude AV2 but not yet decided.
The tent on AV2, it I not sure-perhaps we should facilitate our own kind (the previous responses you're through). I moved a little more thoroughly on the Forum and I know that until September 21st anticipate no problems of closed cabins-you think some other reason to carry a tent or we can really trust the eyes?

Thank you
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#160 Posted : Sunday, August 4, 2013 11:08:00 PM(UTC)
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Up to 20 September you can count on all the cabins.
Lollapalooza is AV2 and carry it more weight. There are cabins and great food. Everything is cheap relative to AV1
I highly recommend traveling the path on the base.
Bungalow in half board 45 euros per person out of about 315 EUR or 7 nights
All the hassle of carrying a tent and cooking alone isn't worth the savings aren't significant (in my opinion). That's less than $ 1500
I was too young and I remember well the savings considerations I had.
Here it doesn't seem justified his judgment, but each is.
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