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יענקל'ה סער  
#21 Posted : Friday, August 15, 2008 3:40:49 AM(UTC)
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Try in England there are many tracks.
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#22 Posted : Tuesday, October 28, 2008 9:01:20 PM(UTC)
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The classic long in France:
Http://www.ffrandonnee.fr/topos/topoGuidesClassiques.aspx Amnonl 41543.6155902778
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#23 Posted : Sunday, January 11, 2009 2:33:58 AM(UTC)
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Hello all Forum members ...

I'm planning a trip to the past. I want to do Israel trail in September-October and March (2010) a trip to abroad.

Already too long was planning to do the Appalachia but lately I just can't stop thinking about Europe.
Iceland and Norway, mostly on and I feel I must get there before I do anything else. So I thought about a trip, instead of a long trek, forming one long trip for myself in Europe consisting of trekking medium length (Corsica, Switzerland, Scandinavia, France).

What is your opinion? The point is that after the trip I started to study and have time for long treks of several months and perhaps save European short trekking vacations during the school year.

Anyway,
Suppose you had six months to travel in Europe and you want to only do trekking and you leave in March. Some trekking deal not to be missed? What is a must see and do And what you know in detail in Iceland/Norway?

Any help is appreciated
Thank you very much,
Johnny
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#24 Posted : Sunday, January 11, 2009 3:40:02 AM(UTC)
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Taking into account that March weather in Iceland and Norway doesn't really allow you to do trekking? Unless you have the equipment and experience serious and it seems quite problematic.
Think of another period in these areas.
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#25 Posted : Sunday, January 11, 2009 4:02:44 AM(UTC)
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That's why the tour is six months.
At the beginning of the trip I go on in other parts of Europe (Switzerland, Corsica, France) and may I go to Iceland Norway ions
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#26 Posted : Sunday, January 11, 2009 4:15:00 PM(UTC)
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Also in Europe to do trekking in March doesn't suit.

Corsica-France-Switzerland not before May. Some of them even until the end of June, July, and so on.

Try to focus on exactly what month you started by these.

If your itinerary includes the average mountain height won't be able to do before June and it's limitations.

For example, Corsica-search on Forum: GR20

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#27 Posted : Friday, January 16, 2009 5:10:50 AM(UTC)
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About Appalachia:

If you start to learn and not have time during the school year to do longer treks, then do the Appalachian spring before and during the school summer vacation, going to Europe for short walks and medium course length can also be included in the summer to travel to the United States and to do walks (Colorado Trail, for example).

I have no idea what you're going to learn, and maybe during the break after the first semester of the year and apalch, and then also in the summer and semester to catch up.

Here is a link of a young girl who did the trail last year where there is a discussion about the walking season, etc: Http://www.hike.co.il/posts/t64468% d7% a9% d7% 91% d7% 99% d7% 9c% d7% 94% d7% 90% d7% a4% d7% 90% d7% 9c% d7% 90% d7% a6% d7% 99% d7% points---at----% d7% 90% d7% a8% d7% 94% d7% 91

Run a search on the Forum and you will find plenty of Appalachia, links etc.

By the way, the current Forum called Appalachia Forum at first (or something similar) — began.

Europe has known trekking: GR20  בקורסיקה, TMB בשוויץ, ... Alta Via1, 2 In Italy etc. lacked substance on this forum

Here's a link to the website of the Association of European moves with reference to specific :

Ewv-ferp.org/index.php?page_id=34 http://www.era.

There is also a page on the left link to the system of Europe.

There is also the Mountain School of Menahem Marcus, and trekking in Europe (Norway, Italy, France, etc). Also there you can find useful information.

About Iceland specifically: is there a course that was made by a man named Jonathan Ley In 2006, and is described on his blog (worth in itself):

Http://www.phlumf.com/travels/iceland/index.shtml

This link has information on maps and navigation equipment, food, etc.

If you have more specific questions to which you can write to him? E-mail I wrote him about the section for CDT I planned to do in summer 2007 (not at the end, unfortunately) and advise me.

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#28 Posted : Saturday, March 14, 2009 5:41:50 AM(UTC)
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Hello there!

Great forum! We would like to travel from October onwards, very limited time (three months)-money would be reasonable in terms of the weather and the limited budget? Is there a chance to travel to Europe in October to November? Does anyone know the E5? (Encountered on the Internet lately before wouldn't heard of it ...) I'd love to.

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#29 Posted : Saturday, March 14, 2009 6:36:32 PM(UTC)
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At this time in Europe--not maybe the pilgrims route in Spain can be explained. From the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostelle. Some cold rainy, but doable. I've heard of people who were walking in the Atlas mountains in Morocco, should check.

E5-looks great. Don't know. But there's nothing to know, Europe, Tyrol, what could be bad? Everything is organized properly.

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#30 Posted : Friday, March 20, 2009 5:48:37 PM(UTC)
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Recommend to Mount Kenya, East Africa, קלימנג'רו, the Simian range in Ethiopia, etc. If I remember correctly this season rest.
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#31 Posted : Friday, March 20, 2009 10:01:18 PM(UTC)
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Someone mentioned a budget name.

Another idea-less time = less budget, Brazil

CAMINO DA FE

450 km in Brazil, think about it. Brazil.

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#32 Posted : Saturday, April 4, 2009 9:08:29 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

I am looking for a track for a month, from mid-September to mid-October.

I know it's a little tricky to Europe because winter is coming, but I am a student and I don't have another option. (Israel national trail behind ...).

Is there a Europe can go on these dates?
I would love for every recommendation!

Thank you!
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#33 Posted : Sunday, April 5, 2009 1:16:04 PM(UTC)
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As always, the pilgrims from central France to Santiago de Compostelle of Spain. Experience.

No problem in terms of weather.

About other routes difficulty.

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#34 Posted : Sunday, April 5, 2009 3:54:14 PM(UTC)
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Last year I went on these dates in the TMB (Haute Route) in thousands, maybe I just got lucky but it was excellent weather and off-season trip lowers costs significantly, but requires taking a safety interval of time and alternate plans of problematic weather.
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#35 Posted : Sunday, April 5, 2009 7:16:45 PM(UTC)
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TMB mid-September – alvillm transitions to closed rpiogis closed.
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#36 Posted : Monday, April 6, 2009 1:45:02 AM(UTC)
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I've heard a lot about the pilgrims.

I think it's amazing.

In terms of this season?
Last month I finish?

I'm not looking for explosive and trail. Challenging, beautiful, good people.
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#37 Posted : Monday, April 6, 2009 1:56:33 AM(UTC)
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The trail crosses all over Europe, I'm talking about are France and Spain, what your budget? More expensive French if you start in Spain can finish in Santiago de Compostelle. I personally like the French section but then finish for anshoit for cultural experience, historically, religiously, if desired. No ripping.
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#38 Posted : Thursday, April 9, 2009 3:30:37 PM(UTC)
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The path that the pilgrims?

Where can I read more about the trail?

My budget is pretty low, student ... Hope no more than 5000 NIS.

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#39 Posted : Thursday, April 9, 2009 4:01:02 PM(UTC)
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#40 Posted : Thursday, April 9, 2009 4:04:54 PM(UTC)
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And it's not the Pyrenees. If you start in France, you cross the Pyrenees to go to Spain, but it's not the GR10 and GR11 (or HRP-it's called?) that go from the Mediterranean, Atlantic, along the mountain range.
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