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Amtrak  
#41 Posted : Sunday, May 10, 2009 2:08:17 AM(UTC)
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Trans canada trail have. Still not finished mark. There is only 14.5 k miles are marked out of 21.5 k. .. Peanuts.

Here is thesite
And here's a link to a google earth file lictti from there.

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#42 Posted : Sunday, May 10, 2009 3:03:06 AM(UTC)
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A long time ago.

It takes 3 years to take a break from life to do this trail in a row.
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#43 Posted : Sunday, May 10, 2009 3:08:57 AM(UTC)
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Yes, a very long path. I wanted to upload this link months ago, but got lazy holding and you beat me.

This trail passes through most or all provinces of Canada, but should note that it is not only walk, but a combination of hiking, biking and horseback, canoeing and traveling on snowmobiles.

Who wants to go it has actually "life project".

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#44 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2009 6:45:51 PM(UTC)
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I would like to receive a recommendation for November.

Snow Mountain Lakes

Aside from Nepal

Thank you

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#45 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2009 6:56:28 PM(UTC)
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In the northern hemisphere there is trekking through the snow in November only. What about New Zealand, Tasmania, India and South America.

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#46 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2009 9:28:37 PM(UTC)
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The Trek overland in Tasmania, slammed the Simian mountains in Ethiopia.
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#47 Posted : Tuesday, December 22, 2009 12:13:02 AM(UTC)
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I'd be very glad if anybody have idea for long worldwide (except Australia and South America), my goal is a path of some five months, really wanted to make the PCT but apparently my times.
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#48 Posted : Tuesday, December 22, 2009 12:39:02 AM(UTC)
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In terms of Northern Hemisphere time (Europe/USA not working out for you?) so the question for five months, South-America-left for five months?

Itseems that only. It doesn't:) Australia
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#49 Posted : Tuesday, December 22, 2009 1:09:12 AM(UTC)
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Pilgrims path-if you start it in Germany for example, three months of Santiago de Compostelle.  Another question is how much do you want to go alone. Another idea is to go south to the aplatim as you can. Hopefully I won't fall on snow at Smokey's.

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#50 Posted : Tuesday, December 22, 2009 4:49:03 AM(UTC)
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If you start at the beginning of August and headed south for a reasonable rate + 5 months you can definitely do the apalch, and even more likely to be around other people, make the experience much more enjoyable.   Although I'm not a big fan of for Greece and they nearly ideal time (actually, beginning in early July to do a life much easier) because you enjoy three seasons-the end of summer, autumn and winter on the trail, so you have the best views (the casting for beautiful). However, you will need to go in December, and although then in southern United States, relatively high altitudes, so that there can be problems in recent weeks.

Another option is to spend three months on the Appalachia then do Arizona trail (approx. six weeks) in the fall. Arizona trail Bill actually really nice, if you like desert landscape (and huge summer) especially if the summer before was wet, so anhalim. Another option for walking in winter months is the path-a path completely flat but with some very interesting parts and unique flora and fauna.

The shortened some options.
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#51 Posted : Wednesday, December 23, 2009 7:40:38 PM(UTC)
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Also in Europe, e.g. E4:
Europe long trail E4
To make the northeast to Southwest (finish in southern Spain).
If you are starting in August that can handle it. As long as you're crossing the Pyrenees (not long) until early-mid October.
There are other tracks.
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#52 Posted : Wednesday, December 23, 2009 10:39:34 PM(UTC)
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As far as I know, the Europeans, are a combination of trails in every State and country, there is nothing organized yet iromeai for another country ismon and basically you can choose only a combination of trails throughout the continent. Specific about this route starting in Germany and heading across the Pyrenees in the South, the path looks nice doesn't mean popleris find yourself going alone, eat alone and sleep alone. I personally don't like to go.

Moon, you can build yourself a Libya trails begin in Northern Europe, and pull you towards Spain where you can go to the South coast also validate November December any time up to the heights, shgsh and mabiram.

About the pilgrims, I know who have it in Spanish, not just winter and need to know if a casual open in winter, but some are.

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#53 Posted : Monday, December 28, 2009 10:02:30 PM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot for the watch, happy to get so many responses, I think I will end up in Europe as legs.
Thanks again to everyone.
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#54 Posted : Monday, September 13, 2010 5:15:34 PM(UTC)
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Hey ...

I'm planning a long vacation in about a year, and I'd really like to combine a long trek as part of freedom.

I have experience in hiking and trekking for up to 2 weeks and would like to try in a few months. Of course we already now start to strengthen your legs and get into shape. Once you decide on a destination begin to acquire missing equipment (especially suitable for winter).

The freedom of six months to a year and still everything is open. Ideas raised in different directions in the world ranging from Nepal and USA or South America.

I would like to receive suggestions and recommendations.

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#55 Posted : Monday, September 13, 2010 7:36:53 PM(UTC)
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Want to come to Appalachia? Beginning in April 2011

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#56 Posted : Monday, September 13, 2010 11:51:59 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

Thank you for the invitation.

Basically I'm going with the guys (and partner for life.)

Anyway, Appalachian Trail is definitely one of the options considered, then there is a chance to meet on the trail.

However some reading I did today left the impression that the PCT more interesting how AT. But my impression may be wrong.

I'd love to.

By the way, anyone knows a long trek in Nepal area? I heard a lot of trekking of 2 weeks but they require one to travel Monday-I'd rather do.

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#57 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:05:23 AM(UTC)
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What is a long trek. It is possible to connect several go trekking on dust of dozens or hundreds of miles between them. The question is what exactly you're looking for. Give more information so that I can give you examples.
Also, they're not heavy hiking treks. They are untniring. You have no way to deal with this alone unless you're mountain climbers and even then it takes logistics.

Keep in mind that it's not 200 km 200 km in Himalayas on the Appalachian Trail or PCT. It takes more time and exhausting and much more.

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#58 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:37:50 AM(UTC)
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Hi Eyal,

The plan is for a few months. We're a couple and we went together.

The reason I asked about long routes to avoid attempts to connect short trails to track with many sections lack ... link Long term course time and distance in km (disconnecting the long silivizatia).

We're not interested in a trip that requires technical knowledge, but walk. We'd love to try some on foot but without expectation heights to conquer. Clearly different surface conditions assigns a different pace-the whole idea is to travel without a time limit so you can go slow depending on the rate.

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#59 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:52:32 AM(UTC)
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Yes. I thought you meant it.

In the Himalayas in Nepal to trek several months in a row, but if you go to the link in the valleys between treks. Another option as I mentioned is walk the most technically demanding mountaineering professionals.
Nothing can be done. The Himalayas is the Himalayas. If you give me time to Nepal range so I'll try to build you a course and publish it. I believe that if this is so, it is no longer possible successive months to build something.

Walk in the heights have anyway. Tops reserved. If you have enough money you can certainly also Summit "low" but that's another story. In any case, would require logistics and climbs and porters who will accompany you.

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#60 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 2:13:48 AM(UTC)
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Hey ...

Thanks for the quick response.

Financially the guiding principle throughout the trip depending on the size of the budget. If little trip expenses will allow travel for more than six months, as costs rise time decreases.

About the technical climbing. We both have some experience of climbing wall (going long to climb) and are considering studying transport type throughout the year, but not experienced in climbing terrain.

I have to decide between two very different options-one collection of short trips in the region and Nepal, with more links, and sightseeing as the PCT.

We just started to test-try mainly to begin to understand how each of the ideas.

I'd love to hear mostly about nature tours and a variety of landscapes. Of course, the names of specific tracks also might help to find more information.

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