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imtl  
#61 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 2:26:09 AM(UTC)
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Hey

I'm not talking about climbing wall or boulders. I'm talking about is untniring. It's a completely different world.

The PCT not as Himalayas Expense reduction differs.

Which budget if you don't mind me asking?

Piciti also you still spending several thousand dollars, especially if you don't have your own equipment.

The orbital and PCT. Useless knowledge here on the forum about.
I finished it at 3 September (wow that seems like an eternity now).
Is amazing. I have no better description.

Again about the Himalayas so that's all a question of money, time, ability. It would be PCT. It's just something else.

If you don't want any guide then your options long trek in Nepal are limited and if I try to remember so no dye. Because in areas that don't require technical knowledge still needs directory by law because the area is restricted to entry.

Nature treks is a decade her through one huge valleys along rivers from aaimalia. Switching between villages and tea and eventually a pass or two at an altitude of over 5000 meters. Lmbo and area angetang the PAS is "only" 4600. So have the Annapurna, the lambo angetang area and Mount Everest.
All Trek schedule takes are mainly dependent on the pace but if follow the programs so it's beneficial for tourists a week to 3 weeks and even months to trek the longest.

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#62 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:08:42 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Eyal on all recommendations.

Basically we don't have a problem with a rental guide-just don't want to go with a group.

Right now it seems to be way in the end. Although we have a year to decide.

The final budget is not part of the budget still accumulate during the year, and should also see how much money we need to spend on equipment.

Are also USA area promenade? I saw that there are 3 tracks crossing: PCT, AT CDT.

imtl  
#63 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:38:29 PM(UTC)
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Finished the PCT 11 days ago. (Time flies)

If you don't want to go with a group so of course you don't have to.
Anyway, if you decide on Nepal so I'd be glad to help you.

The PCT world what AT what CDT. Read the articles here on the Forum
If you have any questions I'm sure will help you here, everyone including me.
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#64 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 6:43:19 PM(UTC)
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#65 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 9:11:01 PM(UTC)
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Wow ... Really just returning.

Lucky you

What do you mean that the PCT is what AT and CDT?

We called a little before we go to questions.

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#66 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 9:57:07 PM(UTC)
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Just got back. I wish I came back

The trails are built differently, different climate, a different gait.

Read here on the Forum. You can also read some TRAILJOURNALS.

Good luck
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#67 Posted : Wednesday, September 15, 2010 2:55:25 AM(UTC)
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Wow ... This horribly-virulent dealt it. So after quite a bit of reading on the Forum went a little lost.

I still don't know what the character of the PCT hike compared to the AT compared to the CDT.

Besides, I have some questions about the PCT is now that more focused (Although everything is still open):

* Who the fuck is a Yogi?

* How to check? I have seen recommendations to go with road numbers. I personally don't like it. Are unable to go only if map

* Have all the logistics around to go for Send stuff to yourself, the car bouncing from place to place, Trail Angel, etc.

* What is the difference of heights that make each day. In one of the e-mails said they went up 20-25 miles per day and is slow. It seems to me. My fitness is probably very far from what is needed.

* Can explore North-South and South-North or only in one direction? A discussion on the subject beyond Canada but couldn't fathom the source of the call and what it means.

* Water-how much water is available on the trail? I saw that went with 6 liters.

Actually, I have many questions! Those are going to be a year and a half of waiting until exit.

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#68 Posted : Wednesday, September 15, 2010 3:39:54 AM(UTC)
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Well some fine things.

1. Yogi iikrit it is known who wrote PCT Guide and guide to towns. Completely unnecessary and not accurate in cases.

2. no PCT way on the numbers. Best check most for and without too much waiting for so obviously going to lost is not that easy. The maps I recommend they HALFMILE's maps. They are almost 100 percent accurate and free to download and print from the website.

3. Logistics is a heavy Word to what you need on PCT.
I can tell you that it is possible to equip every town along the PCT and I see no need for making food packages. Some towns will be limited in selection and even more expensive but you can still stock up if you're not picky. And you won't be.
I didn't understand what the car bouncing.
Malachi's path. This is not mandatory. Up to you.

4. difference of heights very dependent on where you go and in the going rate So I can't give you an answer on that. 20-25 miles per day average rate on PCT. As soon as I got out of high aseira i.e. Yosemite started walking at a rate of 30-40 miles a day. So for something like 60-65 percent of the trail was in these rhythms.
You will get in shape during the trail and find your own pace. It's not a competition. Be comfortable with yourself.
You don't want to start too early and want to finish too late.
The PCT has a defined season especially since the Sierra Nevada and the Cascades in Washington.

5. you can travel north to South. It just means a slightly different alignment and starting at another time. You don't want to start too early because you stick crazy amounts of snow and bad weather in Washington. Not too late because you have to finish the Sierra Nevada by early October for the same reason. It requires. Usually we go north to South around early June and keeping rhythm from the beginning. Another thing is that launching a North Cascades in Washington State it a bit harder than the most fascinating deserts of Southern California.
Entering Canada through the PCT requires the approval of Canadian immigration.
This year posted Canadian immigration authorities and the Americans are going to trigger and control many more on PCT. I personally never seen anything.

6. PCT dry path. Need to carry water in Southern California and in Oregon and Washington. Usually has water caches every 10-15 miles. Everything depends on the rate hike. If going from South to North so the water caches and even some streams exist in April and may. On the other hand gets hotter and hotter. If you start from North to South, so almost nothing when you get to the desert but gets cold. Entirely.

As I wrote ... The differences between the trails are in climate, altitude, slope, the amount and type of people. Just different paths.

Eyal
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#69 Posted : Wednesday, September 15, 2010 11:28:19 AM(UTC)
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Thank you for your detailed response.

As long as there are shops to stock up I'm not worried about the selection. I'm really not picky.

About tempo- (mile = 1.609344 kilometers) namely go 50 miles a day what the difference of heights-rate transfer

Water caches there are in space for all people, or is it something to worry about? This water purification require?

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#70 Posted : Wednesday, September 15, 2010 12:22:35 PM(UTC)
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The PCT trail. There are many סוויצ'באקס. He's not particularly steep.
It doesn't really matter what the pace. Matter what you rate
The difference of heights. I had goals I wanted and therefore have chosen walking pace. The difference of heights I had were pretty much 6000FT her and about the same decline. But it's not something that is relevant to you.

Water caches there are in space for all. It is advisable to download the list of the most famous Web caches and every town you get to catch up. There are water sources require pure. No caches of course. I personally get along without clear.
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#71 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:28:22 AM(UTC)
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There is no doubt that when I go I will calculate distances to the beat that suits me.

I'm still trying to get used to the mile and issue ft.

I thought I might have a wrong calculation. How many hours did you go?! What was the weight of carrying a bag? We're talking about 50 km walk, right?

Last year, for example, the course of the TMB. Max mileage could go a day and that day was 16 Hey walk very simple. Most days we went from 10 to 15 miles a day.

Assume and be physically fit and able to walk an average of 20 miles a day-less than half of what you're describing, i.e. requires more than double the time. I appreciate that such a trip would not be able to get to work due to weather restrictions.

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#72 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:35:08 AM(UTC)
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You're concentrating too much on rhythms that I went. It shouldn't bother you. You find your rhythm. Bag weight without food and water was 8 pounds. It's a little less than four pounds.

The TMB is a short and you don't really go into trail shape on this track. It takes more time. You go all day on the PCT.
20 km per day is quite slow. I assure you that you will go.
If you start in March you can walk at a pace like that, but then you run into problems with the weather. Also in California and Washington.

Try to use a site of CRAIG PCT to plan some PLANNER.
Give some details and look at the data. Without playing too much. Just to get a feel. Imtl 40436.8999421296
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#73 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 4:07:22 PM(UTC)
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TMB does not constitute an example of these trails in the U.S. they are inherently long paths different. request אפלצ'ים, UPS and downs, and it amounts to more people, and beauty out of medium. PCT adjusted to trail horses and hence is not long, but less steep.

Since they are longer trails after a week or two you'll see fitness and how you can go 20-25 mph, which also there is no rpiogis and hostels but is outside or lterim meaning you have every day 12 hours total.

Most buses make all 3 trails from South to North to deal with a more comfortable weather, to go with the majority on scheduled and South North mostly who goes North-South going almost alone every night, seeing other people, the meeting was long says is essential.

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#74 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 10:10:07 PM(UTC)
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Not compared to the foot of the TMB of the PCT.

You claim when there רפיוג'ים going more hours per day. We did the TMB without רפיוג'ים and cooking, and the reverse. When dragging Greece more so more slowly and exhausted earlier than walking. Besides, I need to retire for the night things, Cook etc. it takes time too. In General, stop because the body no longer carry.

There are many descriptions of who advanced too quickly, I'm afraid the reverse mode. If and when we make the track go according to recommendations from South to North. It kind of took my motivation.

Look on the website PLANNER samuil. CRAIG PCT

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#75 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 10:36:52 PM(UTC)
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I don't know why to go from South to North lowers motivation?

As I wrote. You still don't know what it's like to be on the trail in shape. Don't be so. It's all about choice and willpower.
The equipment should be easy enough to get off a couple of body deterioration.

Cooking? Allow to cook and eat and every 10 minutes. It's part of life. Practice to another reality.

To relax you a bit, so let's first decide on a track you want then help you prepare as much as we can.

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#76 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 11:31:34 PM(UTC)
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Lack of motivation is afraid not to meet task and that it is necessary to have a purpose, not because the walk

Anyway, thanks for all your help. The site looks interesting recommendation. I'm still trying to understand all the options and change the design, but I've done something.

Also started at the same time to look at some maps of the area.

Although not decided conclusively on the track, but it's currently the leading destination and we focus ... Is the most attractive than tested so far, so chances are that remain.

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#77 Posted : Friday, September 17, 2010 12:04:55 AM(UTC)
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The goal is to follow a path. Not set tasks. Enjoy and conquer. The victory will be spending that time alive in something special and the best life. It's my opinion.

Anyway good luck.
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#78 Posted : Friday, September 17, 2010 12:12:54 AM(UTC)
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Of course the goal is to have fun and travel.

But part of the fun is to create a new challenge, different from the previous ones, and do something that has a chance of a lifetime to do it (I still don't know what people are working here to explore so much).

As the goal was to Greece, but under a different, more important to me to make sure it is realistic.

Unfortunately, life sometimes has dreams of all kinds of limitations cannot fulfill (it was nice to think at the age of 5 on a flight to the Moon).

If this is not feasible, can change and perhaps modify fighting. I still believe it's possible, but checking what it takes from me.

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#79 Posted : Friday, September 17, 2010 12:24:18 AM(UTC)
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5 months on the trip I think PCT will cost you less than three weeks in Europe of an average tourist. And enjoy better:) So you don't have to save so much.

If you decide a challenge. Good luck again.

I wonder if Theroux-Lake on the moon. Need the landfills water
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#80 Posted : Friday, September 17, 2010 2:03:38 AM(UTC)
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I cannot speak for the timar in long trails, but it seems to me that something is missing here, go long trail is not to put a challenge to see if I could handle it but to go, literally go on and on, days, weeks, months, it wasn't to see the body but to go. I know my body can go but is alone able to survive the long trail?

The paimm has a life that allows to do long long path when you are rested, not Israel's trail for a month and a half but a half a year, that window of opportunity most of us is preparing him a fraction of the going and looking for the opportunity to get in this window that usually it happens once in a lifetime.

There is nothing to fear here that fear is based, we know what will happen to us physically and mentally, things happen slowly so things change, while walking, people are constantly walking in theory, body and soul will walk but you never know with certainty and therefore had to leave because they want to go, and what will be will be. You can always go home.

As regards rhythm, speed and average speed, for like אפלצי'ם or PCT is 4 km per hour at best, there is nothing else to do during the day except to go like I said leave the path to go, it is rare to find people who will enjoy long breaks Ziv or take a NAP for an hour or two, the TMB is different, it's a short walk that will last a maximum of 10 days, you can estimate the distance every day. , You can plan where to stop and know when it's over and exactly where. It's all open for long, and hope to get some shelter within that seem likely to get him on the same day, all liquid, everything is open, no plans, no plan how to stop that anywhere can have a tent, mattress, dining, for a few days, gas burner, gear, so it's flexible. Eventually most people meet along the trail, as it seems that went faster than me or slower than me.

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