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Amtrak  
#261 Posted : Wednesday, October 6, 2010 12:02:10 PM(UTC)
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The story of this GPS personal deviation.

In Appalachia, there's always the Internet in towns (in libraries, lodges). Don't know exactly what the CT State PHI, but hers is quite similar.
As I know soon (and I don't know that much), it's unlocked wireless network connection and 3 g browsing. If you have a nearby wifi or cellular antenna (3 g, even though probably through 2nd generation can send emails), so you can send e-mails.
A satellite phone is another story. More expensive, heavy and complex. Also don't really need him, in these places.

But maybe I'm wrong about the BlackBerry. Now just looked on the Wikipedia, and where all the know-how.
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#262 Posted : Wednesday, October 6, 2010 1:56:34 PM(UTC)
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I need to find the BlackBerry again, but from what you tell me someone I trust, that appeal on satellite infrastructure.

In recent years the BlackBerry was incorporated with standard telephone infrastructure and thus became smart phone.

Can someone comment on computer availability in PCT. ...

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#263 Posted : Wednesday, October 6, 2010 2:35:11 PM(UTC)
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There is almost every hole you get to it. The question is whether your local library is open when you get. They have opening hours on isrity. Hostels in most cases won't let you use the computer unless they have hosted. There are exceptions but they are few.
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#264 Posted : Tuesday, October 19, 2010 7:20:26 PM(UTC)
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When I was between jobs in the U.S. , I went and did five trekking hippies I've ever done.
I highly recommend checking out the option. You can continue from there to Brazil and Argentina also are recommended for most treks
Good luck and happy trails
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#265 Posted : Tuesday, October 19, 2010 7:31:43 PM(UTC)
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If trekking? How many miles? A few days? What degree of difficulty? What equipment?

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#266 Posted : Sunday, April 24, 2011 2:15:39 AM(UTC)
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Happy holiday to everyone!

I plan to travel in Europe from late July to early August mid-September (40-45) for one long walk.

I went on the site of the Via Alpina (who helped to open the appetite) and it looks interesting (maybe the whole yellow or red or blue part), but a short stroll in here made to see that even among overload in Spain there are options (for some reason refused to believe brothers hiking in the Pyrenees).

I'd love to hear opinions/recommendations from people-in principle I'd prefer one continuous track, but split into two sections also. I just want to go on for a long time, nature and to some short trips.

Thanks in advance
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#267 Posted : Sunday, April 24, 2011 2:27:28 AM(UTC)
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GR, GR 11 5 to Nice, pilgrims, remember that August is the month of freedom in Europe.
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#268 Posted : Sunday, April 24, 2011 12:51:58 PM(UTC)
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I can recommend this area.

I also went to walk alone in the Alps of alais. Very beautiful tracks and backwaters for a few days you can find in the combine harvester and Grand mount Rosa and mishbl Ridge. The Mont Blanc is also beautiful but so is very quiet and mtweir methorn. Brand ofer 40657.4114583333
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#269 Posted : Sunday, April 24, 2011 3:04:47 PM(UTC)
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Thank you for your suggestions. I looked a bit in them and I have a few questions:

Precisely because August is the freedom in Europe I find a track which does not amtoirim (I guess for pilgrims not answering this definition).
Read here on the forum about the HRP and more sound.
But it also noted the GR10 and GR11-big selection. Oh that's rich, these

I try to appreciate the difficulty-in principle not have little experience, but only up to 7-8 days (mostly from New Zealand, some Italian Alps but only runs for 2-3 days) with carrying food + cooking equipment but without the tent (Trek) and experience from Nepal (but it seemed different because height either ...). The GR10, HRP or GR-11 require preparation, or you can get in shape while you walk?

If anyone knows of any other programs that meet the criteria (fit for late July through early-mid-September, and preferably not overly touristed) love to hear-I checks.

-Read half of your story in blogch (the rest read below, I stress ...). Sound and fascinating. But from what I understand, it's a different world for Scandinavia, particularly so. Does the Trek you described in blogch is the first you're doing in the region? That "inflammation" me with country description, but I'm also debating if "throwing myself" straight rough land or first to go long in the area less tough, and the next year (or next) to deal with this challenge. As a traveling where (and in what you wrote)?
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#270 Posted : Sunday, April 24, 2011 5:40:37 PM(UTC)
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This is the second one I made in the area of Polar circle. I did also 4-5 trekking in Central Norway (tpiord, iotnheiman, and others).

The far North is not so tough as he is isolated and lacking infrastructure. For example, there are no bridges to cross rivers on foot. Rigor is also a function of height and can settle in the top one or two without the fun stop trip. Especially if you're on one of the two most popular routes (congslden and pdalntalden) won't be so lonely, always meet hikers and chalets at the end of the day, and also has good infrastructure.


The routes in Central Norway are beautiful and are networked in a fully bikatot grounds and grounds. Part of the abikatot unmanned and sumptuous meals served there. So that option (I write about this in my blog). Consider the abikatot in Norway, Norwegians crowded love to walk.

Alpine routes can be very dangerous if you choose to go to the ice belt. Among the dangers: deadly snow and frequent landslides, cracks in the ice. Recommend you to watch it if you're not a pro. Some amalim in the Alps may be steep, it is necessary to watch out for. In June and July there are few days when cloud crouches and hard to find your way around. Over 2,000-foot blizzards are not uncommon in June and may also occur in July. But there are also thousands of tracks "for the family" and marching in a networked infrastructure, and almost devoid of danger.
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#271 Posted : Monday, April 25, 2011 1:05:42 AM(UTC)
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About the routes in the Pyrenees-concentrate them, they start at 5-7 days of relatively mild, in my opinion, if you have reasonable fitness walk and you're not pressed for time these days to get you into shape.

Of course the practice early lessen and walking without it you have to expect tough start.

If you are not accustomed to walking with weight on their backs don't get to these routes without prior preparation, and in general it is better not to leave them alone (only 3 weeks trial of the HRP).

I certainly recommend the HRP, but I'm biased.
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#272 Posted : Monday, April 25, 2011 10:42:39 PM(UTC)
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My partner and I are planning a hike for two months, that means traveling a familiar route and not too hard, with cabins along the way. The idea is to go every two months. Recommendation?
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#273 Posted : Monday, April 25, 2011 11:18:28 PM(UTC)
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If you are flexible on the topic (and abroad), I'd recommend the Israel trail. 40658.8468865741 nmrdxt
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#274 Posted : Monday, April 25, 2011 11:24:04 PM(UTC)
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... You can also make two treks and some day (each) in Nepal.
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#275 Posted : Tuesday, April 26, 2011 1:54:54 PM(UTC)
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You need to focus on European routes, recommended by nor difficult is the path of pilgrims France and Spain.
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#276 Posted : Wednesday, April 27, 2011 12:50:58 PM(UTC)
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You can choose what sectionvia alpina

Their website has detailed information on each section
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#277 Posted : Wednesday, April 27, 2011 2:54:16 PM(UTC)
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Yotam-they want to go, the Booyah ends quickly.
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#278 Posted : Thursday, April 28, 2011 9:36:01 PM(UTC)
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In Nepal it is also possible to connect three or four one-month long treks, and really most beautiful period there.
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#279 Posted : Thursday, April 28, 2011 11:57:03 PM(UTC)
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The VIA over?
161. route stages
Purple and blue both over 60 stages.
Yellow-green 40 stages and only 14 stages.

Not every step is full but also walk if you go more than two steps a day not sure finish 60 Red Day (without bars).

But I'm not sure an appropriate season (early September September October. borderline inappropriate until the Alps).

This time it's better to search and southern route, the pilgrims or other match Spain trails.
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#280 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 12:53:41 AM(UTC)
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Hello Hello,

I am looking for ASAP/sea route to last for about a month and a half. I'd go on, but it's terrible season Israel I believe to do it. Therefore I prefer somewhere abroad with weather won't be too hot like here and not be too cold. Some recommendations?

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