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arthur  
#301 Posted : Saturday, April 14, 2012 1:43:54 PM(UTC)
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How does "not expensive" and slammed it into Europe.

What is the level of your being hatchlvot?
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#302 Posted : Saturday, April 14, 2012 6:35:49 PM(UTC)
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דרצ'ה-padum Trek-a aimch mioro Ladakh in northern India. I wrote a bit about the Trek here. Ladakh also have longer treks backwaters, if that's what you're looking for.

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#303 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:12:59 AM(UTC)
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In principle I'd prefer no trekking.

Sleeping in a tent and obtain food every few days.

Thought about orientation of Eastern Europe, Armenia/Azerbaijan/Georgia area or one bloody devil..

A short test I do realized that shorter treks there, a week to 10 days.

arthur  
#304 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:21:08 AM(UTC)
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If this your trip, you can afford to travel anywhere that doesn't have you regulated places (like in Corsica, for example).
זמי1  
#305 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:29:13 AM(UTC)
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Arthur and being

I wrote here a lot on accommodation prices for the pilgrims in Spain. From 0 to 10 euros per night.

arthur  
#306 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:40:57 AM(UTC)
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But the temptations, the temptations available
A glass of wine or a cold beer at the end of the day who would dare to say walk?
And I don't even want to begin to talk about eatingand41014.3629398148
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#307 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:47:34 AM(UTC)
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From what I read on the Forum the pilgrims very challenging and tole (correct me if I'm wrong), so I tend to do which part.

Anyway, I always love to hear about more hiking and increase my selection.

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#308 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 11:53:34 AM(UTC)
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But seriously, if you're really into camping, self preparation of food and not easily tempted then you can really explore almost everywhere and cheaply.
Run a search on the Forum here prinas there are several threads. (My best) or search friendly website where you never lack ideas for excursions.

Run a search on either the GR trails Europe in General, a networked Europe thousands of trails in variable-length and with a large information network.
If you are looking for something around three weeks could try cross paths in the British Kingdom of demons in the world community for example.
Southern Upland Way


Well the last turn I didn't burn bonfire of the big tent. (I worked at night I go to sleep if it's interesting.) Arthur 41014.3792361111
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#309 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 1:50:07 PM(UTC)
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A challenge? You every day and you have 45 km. There are quite a few that do it for the pilgrims actually due the klotho spun.

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#310 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2012 4:31:15 PM(UTC)
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Hello there!
I registered for your forum yesterday after reading it, I wanted to say this is an amazing place for tips, information, etc.
After some atachnpathi move requests.

I have a few months before school
And I'm really hungry to some long trek. As the introduction says, I have lots of experience, although I think I made the right stuff "that despite lack of experience shouldn't be a serious problem to face.

I am looking for a trek to the following requirements:
1. at least two months .
2. low budget option with free water surface accomadation with relative ease, food + cooking backs and other elements that allow to manage budgets (say about $ 15000, although it is possible to bend)
3. views of course, monotone.
4 symbolism is important to me, namely to reach a specified point 1 b.

Have an idea for, think of the gr11 on the face really fits what I'm looking for, and I tend to him.
I would love to know if he meets the requirements,
If you have suggestions for other tracks watch them.

Many thanks!
David
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#311 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2012 11:35:23 PM(UTC)
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I was doing Israel trail, make water and water saving money.

But I guess you want overseas.
To cross the Pyrenees can certainly meet the requirements posted.
Suitable in terms of time frame, and budget framework and even have much aside.

Whether I go there as not think risotto.
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#312 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:51:49 AM(UTC)
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I'm not sure what to study.
Whether it's academics so you have more than six months.
Go for the Appalachian spring because the season is just starting walking.
The Pyrenees will not fit for a walk Sunday. Almost certainly won't survive a full itinerary. If you want more chances for survival, then maybe it's worth trying the pilgrims. As Arthur I advise you as an option to go Israel trail. It's not too late in terms of the weather, if you start in the South. May be too hot desert day.
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#313 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:55:40 AM(UTC)
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The Pilgrim trail.

About Israel-trail hard, summer is here and not much fun to do first captive Israel walking in summer. Start at the track and get pleasure.

When you want to exit?

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#314 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 2:10:00 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the responses!

Indeed, meant for academic studies in six months, and at first I really thought about the Appalachian Trail. If I start to walk may be too late for the beginning of year 20 October +-. In addition, I understand that view and less role name game (probably not for at least six months), more social thing (that's cool).
In addition, I realized I didn't really make sense to finish it in publishing of 15000 NIS includes everything ...

Now in regards to gr11 really grabbed me, after reading about a day
On one hand I don't want to jump beyond my abilities, and I really don't have experience in more than 5 days (when I walked a lot and easily), I don't know what equipment I wobbled here lately, etc. I'm not hiding it.
Butthe question is does not make sense to move this track with the purchase of the equipment (with your help) and lots and lots of motivation shown endurance, determination, strength, etc.?

Really in decline, not stop strum in charge/night only.
Many thanks!
David
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#315 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 7:58:04 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = codavi3] thanks for your responses!
I have no knowledge what equipment I wobbled here lately, etc. I'm not hiding it.
Butthe question is does not make sense to move this track with the purchase of the equipment (with your help) and lots and lots of motivation shown endurance, determination, strength, etc.?
David

Need to differentiate between two different things, equipment, fitness, and experience.
About equipment, experience is gained over time and comes apart, having more experience and the equipment you use to be more efficient and lightweight and suitable for specific trip, no matter what you read in various forums and eventually find the right equipment until you accumulate enough experience and understand what your favorite style and whatnot. Anyway usually can only ease the trip and it should not deny or cancel any trip.
However, leg fitness is something that you can read about in the forums and have to be built over time. Very few people go out for trekking-medium hard and finish them without basic gym (there are always exceptions excluded) because: warts, blisters, fractures, back pain, muscle aches, knee sprains and such and everything I wrote in the first section can only facilitate it when there. If you don't have the fitness/foot/appropriate experience is not worth to choose the first track medium-hard because no matter how motivated will have proven it just hits the enjoyment of the trip.

Best/simplest way to examine this topic to go to Israel for a week at least his keyboard parts in the South for example or the North (more compatible with Europe), try to make sections in length and the amount of increases/decreases accumulate similar to do abroad and see if it fits or not.

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#316 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 11:54:46 AM(UTC)
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I suggest you do now, in April-May, like two or three weeks in a row on Israel as shbmalakm try to be aware and to gain as much experience and knowledge about how your body behaves and what fit you.

As did the long first track as straight gr11 (until then did Israel trail segments and were trekking for up to 10 days) I can tell you it is possible. Recommend you start from IRUN (Atlantic side), and enter the path. Make first rest day after three days, even though we may not feel fatigue. That's the conclusion I took off the trail. The first few days seem easy on paper, but in practice it's still effort, and should think ahead for the walk for two months.

Besides this route so impressive and fun, so I recommend it regardless of heat for first or not.

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#317 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:25:31 PM(UTC)
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Joins and who don't intend to go all the better for him to go from the North and from the North that are still green and blooming. Go-14 consecutive days up to Carmel Madden also great fun and will give you an idea certain your abilities.
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#318 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:52:08 PM(UTC)
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It's not just a matter of fitness but strengthen hiolo feet to prevent blisters and stretching tendons, ready for such walking off trail in four days.
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#319 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:05:37 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = warham] [QUOTE = codavi3]

The North (more compatible with Europe)





David, you're hooked on mountain trek?
That is my experience in life it's hard to motivate a man once he's made up his mind already.

If not, don't miss interesting trails that include people of 1500 + yards a day until next decrease of four digit number. Arthur 41017.4243287037
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#320 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 2:24:20 PM(UTC)
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Again thank you for your replies,
It is apparent that they have a lot of wisdom and experience!

The opinions adopted (I thought of her before) go hiking trail in the Israel National Trail (INT) during the next month, which will also improve the physical preparation and learn more about places that need attention.

Arthur-I don't know if I'm "locked", meaning if I hear another track on find, equivalent in length and equally rewarding – I guess not push him over the threshold. But somewhere after everything I have read about the gr11, and watched everything else I read about match what I was looking for-I really want to do it (of course I write here on the Forum in order to make it possible at all, and it's not suicide).

-I started looking for equipment, I'd love to hear what you think about the following:
The mountain hardwear pinole km + 20
Http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Sleeping-Bag-Synthetic-3 Season, Mountain Hardwear-Reviews-Pinole 20.
His biggest drawback is size when folded, not compact enough (you can collapse with any bag). The question is whether you know of warm and easy enough and more expensive. Today I got home outdoor http://www.shekefaction.co.il/products/150303 microlight
I guess it's not enough, even with the tent?

Http://www.tarptent.com/contrail.html-tent
Or-http://www.rei.com/product/812807/alps-mountaineering tent at mystique-10-special buy
Again if there is something that does the job and cheaper (without considering KB)-I'd love to hear.

Shoes and would love to backpack recommendations, but normal models.

Till here for now, thanks! Codavi3 41017.6073032407
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