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#281 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 9:10:36 AM(UTC)
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Europe-not missing.
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#282 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 1:03:34 PM(UTC)
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The pilgrims from France to Spain, the GR11, GR12 GR 5 thousands in combination with TMB

In short-how much? What what fitness equipment Some difficulty walking? Camping? Or hostels and rpiogis? When exactly?

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#283 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 9:03:47 PM(UTC)
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Hi, I'm Ben, 23. Released in early March after two years of service.

I'm looking for recommendations on long routes and places to explore in late March.
I did some digging on the PCT and actually really got hot, but I'm afraid I don't have enough time to plan, I didn't have enough experience, and it might grow on me in terms of commitment.

My experience in terms of trips is several years of daily trips in the country and several walks.
In addition, last October I traveled a month in Nepal Annapurna.

I'd love to hear your recommendations about places or routes at all, what do you think of the PCT as a sightseeing Sunday.

Liron.

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#284 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 10:30:50 PM(UTC)
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If you say I guess first to be two. Shave the beard of the PCT. Max the first round would be just an introduction and then go again ready.

BTW, you have 4 months before the start of the season, A.T.

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#285 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 10:59:44 PM(UTC)
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There is no doubt that more will be:)

Four months before the beginning of the season, also AT season and PCT. That's why I'm a little concerned because it says that it takes between 4-6 months to get ready, and I'm still busy in the army and sat. I can organize.

The PCT is suited as a long trip to shave him?

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#286 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 11:12:34 PM(UTC)
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I think of the PCT should come prepared relative to a. t. you can start overnight. (Of course you're going on the a. t. northwards! if you want to make the mistake-and from the and go south in a few months.)

The experts come from PCT and certainly will be happy to advise

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#287 Posted : Saturday, December 3, 2011 11:43:35 PM(UTC)
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What is in this wizard of the PCT thru-hike, which seems less relevant in A.T..
There is a section on a. t. to do?

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#288 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 12:52:36 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Liricooli]

What is in this wizard of the PCT thru-hike, which seems less relevant in A.T..
There is a section on a. t. to do?

Indeed the A.T.   Less isolated what PCT, if that's what you meant at THRU HIKE

Featured sections if you do everything: Vermont-New Hampshire-Maine in terms of views.

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#289 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 1:48:01 AM(UTC)
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Try ochi Milky March as Israel-index
You a month straight (it doesn't index Annapurna) and see if you like it.
About built it so it's hard to know before attempting. It can be a constitutive experience and it can be a nightmare not of this world.
Just go wild straight month with the gear on the back and see if you like it. Israel National Trail is a good place to start.
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#290 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 2:27:06 AM(UTC)
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Thought about it as an idea, but from what I read takes a long time to get ready for pct to be March for if most don't think Israel can settle.
Not that I'm hooked on the pct but right now it's the only trip that really makes me want in terms of challenge and experience.

If I make preparations in advance and leave before the end of April some time it will be good enough?
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#291 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 3:28:20 AM(UTC)
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I don't know about these preparations?
The preparation should be to go any long path, at least a month in a row to see if you like it. I'm not sure those other necessary preparations
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#292 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 4:54:04 AM(UTC)
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Before you travel abroad and takes quite a bit of money, you should check if that suits you. Do what Eyal (imtl) recommend.
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#293 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 6:10:39 PM(UTC)
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A few words about "getting ready".

Equipment-frequently asked questions-the budget that you are willing to spend on buying equipment? Serious trip need professional equipment, expensive but rather slowly. Read list on the Forum. After you have decided on the equipment is starting to buy-it's always best to buy online there is no professional equipment. all that you can do right now or two months earlier.

Better fitness to build endurance and fitness walk before leaving, set up, buy the equipment to go out after a week of falling because of blisters, tendons, etc. And it's not like military training patrol. Exercise is walking with a backpack and hiking equipment at the beach or a weekend in Carmel. UPS, downs, when hardening the soft feet to prevent blisters.

You need to understand that the PCT is a long trail and often be alone or with one nsog, not everyone can go and be alone during the day hours walk, day after day, one week and one week a month after month there will be more people to go, but at the same rate.

About mental preparation-a month I think. Take a week alone in the Negev of Israel with the necessary equipment, most of the time to be alone and understand what it means.

Remember that this walk PCT. of at least four months, how do you absence, separation, with detachment from family members land company for such period? This didn't go down route home for the weekend.

Why not AT antiques PCT.

Has come in and read on TRAILFORUMS on the track.

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#294 Posted : Sunday, December 4, 2011 8:43:04 PM(UTC)
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Don't worry about the PCT. Some people actually take months to plan and those who go it spontaneously. It's more about how much anal person, insecure about, and especially how he has time to plan.   If you've heard of Parkinson's law: "work expands to fill the time allotted" understand why some people take so much time to plan — just because they have the time, and they enjoy the work. If you had a month plan you can plan this month, if you had a week too week was enough, and even, in the case of the PCT, even if the starting point would be a kickoff almost nothing, you were doing, although you might need to do complete equipment along the way. There are plenty of people who will be happy to help you.

At the time I made the Appalachian spring after nearly a year (!) of planning, because I had the time, and immediately followed by the PCT when the only planning is knowing who to kickaop campsite, and knowing where I can buy the Guide (that stated I had no time to plan at the Appalachian spring).   What I enjoyed so much as PCT because he a lot much better than hapalch but also because with less planning, he was more spontaneous (good and bad).

At the showdown if you spend six months in the planning and reading forums online, all you get is that would be a lot of conflicting information, simply because every walk has its own point of view. When you arrive to find out, a large part of what you say doesn't work. The best way to learn it yourself, and I joined the others should make at least some from Israel.   Just remember that logistics (and physically) the PCT is much easier than in the Israel National Trail (INT) because there are a lot more people helping with water caches, and because you have a lot of people in the same situation so you won't be alone.
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#295 Posted : Tuesday, December 6, 2011 10:47:28 PM(UTC)
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Hi friends ... Thanks for the responses.
I guess I will take your advice and try to organize sightseeing in Israel before.

Anyway,
Financially-finished two years of permanent service so you have trip budget.
In terms of preparation I'm sure my body's not used for walking, but proportionally we travel in about two days each month, with supplies on their backs, etc so I am accustomed to relatively strenuous walking with weight on their backs.
Also I have experience no bad bases in terms of organization, orientation and navigation, etc. It is clear to me that long trip, the route is changed in the country different from the country where I used to travel different tours that I'm accustomed to them.

I meant preparations which are more in the planning level, supply packages and planning the necessary equipment, rather than mental preparation. From hearing from you I understand that most of the preparations for a trip of this sort are mental.


As I wrote at the beginning, not the pct nnaltial some reason, so I'd love to hear suggestions for other routes which can be relevant.

Liron
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#296 Posted : Thursday, December 8, 2011 8:04:27 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,

I me Michael and to draft two months ago and I want to go out for a month, give or take. Which means I need to go soon. I need help regarding a decision on the location of the trip given the limited time, trip-year season the current weather and the ability to find a partner for such a trip. (I find that mashed/e). I'd love to hear suggestions on each country and slolia.

Bless you:).

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#297 Posted : Thursday, December 8, 2011 8:51:30 PM(UTC)
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Then get ready for a winter and need to regroup and equipment-equipment.

The path is best for you is the path of pilgrims in Spain. You can post and search partners but partners forum on the trail itself has quite a bit going, this popular trail though.

You can go from Pamplona to Santiago de Compostelle. The trail has many hostels, cheap and even free, IE not need equipment that is not food.

This should be a special experience to walk it in winter when many people but the crazies talking and that is what makes this a unique walk.

The most important items-Gore-Tex boots, leggings, pants, coat or poncho, storm a Balaclava, gloves, thermal sweatshirt, thermal tights, rain cover. Walking poles.

How to get on a plane to Madrid to Pamplona

How back-Santiago flight with RYANAIR to Madrid, and from there to Israel.

Google General information under

Camino de santiago

Or this forum in English also there you can find partners.

-Camino frances http://www.caminodesantiago.me/board/el-/

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#298 Posted : Thursday, December 8, 2011 9:28:14 PM(UTC)
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If you haven't experienced the trip of several weeks have on Israel. The hold after the army overseas.
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#299 Posted : Thursday, April 12, 2012 3:41:27 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,

Maybe it's a little early yet, but I enjoy the thought of planning a trip this summer.

About three weeks in August, not expensive (I'm saving to PCT), one continuous Trek without unnecessary trips.

Did Israel trail a long trekking in Nepal, so have some experience.

Anyone have any ideas/suggestions?

Thank you merry!

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#300 Posted : Thursday, April 12, 2012 10:16:55 PM(UTC)
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Not expensive? Always the tzliinnim in France or Spain.

Followed by a path out, venblan, GR5 thousands and more.

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