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#1 Posted : Friday, October 1, 2010 12:29:51 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
Recently I started playing with the idea of a family walk on one of the world's longest. We have some experience in the tour before the birth of children, and in the past we go the short sections with Israel for children, excursions.
Discrimination is about the equipment you need to carry on your back-ever frame tour we are planning is possible?
The planned trip, based on our experience, the estimated budget and time we can refer to:
One of the spouses carries one of the kids understood the other carrier carries the rest of the equipment.
Older children carry water bag on the back, a maximum of 2 litres, maximum 3 kg.
10-12 days, roughly 10 miles a day 4-we're drinking in 5 hours and do not need to carry lots of water/food.
Accommodation in huts along the trail: don't have a tent and mattress.
Do you think such a trip? (Us.)
What do you think is the approximate weight of the entire family?
Thanks in advance.
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#2 Posted : Friday, October 1, 2010 2:53:58 PM(UTC)
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Of course we are "not" drinking in gomas. Sorry, slip of the keyboard.
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#3 Posted : Friday, October 1, 2010 10:54:29 PM(UTC)
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What age?
In my experience children going not bad as long as they have no weight.
A 10-year-old with willpower and could carry 2.5 to 3 pounds for half a day, then three pounds, including the weight of the backpack.
Recommend minimum weight.
In addition, professional walking gear for children is not an easy task that takes time. Also the health aspect and advanced medical services.
So I would go with a neat and comfortable, the Appalachian Trail, and that doing some hiking in Israel to see if you can make.
Children who drink less than adult so that bottle of lliter and half enough for almost a whole day in harsh conditions, putting them in a transparent bottle (think) of 750 and complete you throughout the day.
A trip that dictates a very light amount of extras that you take you for big kids even under optimal conditions.
For more information you can contact me at, also attempts to talk to eithei walking with his child. Tzurlis 40452.8317824074
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#4 Posted : Friday, October 1, 2010 11:23:24 PM(UTC)
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I was trying to find without fear of rainy weather during the trip. Don't know if children deal with difficulty of hike in the rain.

Recently immigrated here in Corfu CORFU TRAIL path. Seems very suitable for Passover holiday with children, but not all, half of it at your own pace.

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#5 Posted : Saturday, October 2, 2010 10:29:06 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the comments/advice.
Children aged between 5 and 8 years.
Corfu trail sounds like a good idea in terms of weather. (And Yes, we've never been in Greece, here's your chance ...).
Does anyone hike (or know someone who walks) with small children aged.
Can anyone assess what you have by him to About equipment for the whole family, no mattresses, no tent. Could one day (some sandwiches for lunch + energy bars, dried fruit, breakfast and dinner eaten in cabins which sleep) nsimilak. Diapers. Baby wipes. Cream for baby's Tush. Baby bottle. A change of clothes. Wow. When you change this to detail it seems not so, apas.
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#6 Posted : Saturday, October 2, 2010 11:20:37 AM(UTC)
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The list length is much less weight. Try the gross weight system:

Baby carrier + 13 kg circa.  Water: weather resting two adults + two children long day trip about 10 liters of water for everyone. Food: about 2-3 pounds to everyone. Everything else: ten pounds (too?) in total 35 kg.

The children carried approximately 5 pounds together. The father carry early in the day (should of course gym) approximately 18 kg and did twelve pounds. Very reasonable.

Make a trip to experience two or three in the country then you'll know whether you can stand.

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#7 Posted : Saturday, October 2, 2010 1:11:40 PM(UTC)
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I was not in Greece, but according to your plan you need a cabin area and I doubt Corfu trail meets this need.
The of trails in southern France or Spain in Italy summer (I don't have a specific recommendation). 40453.4305787037 with me
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#8 Posted : Sunday, October 3, 2010 12:51:34 AM(UTC)
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The Pilgrim trail is a perfect fit, ons equipment, accommodation, trail is not difficult, conditions are suitable for families.
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#9 Posted : Sunday, October 3, 2010 10:52:37 AM(UTC)
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יענקל'ה: thanks for the weights. Seems logical and correct, particularly encouraging: with the ishklim bar seems to trip.
About the track: recommending a course without rain definitely.
Me and MA: thanks for the recommendation on the pilgrims. We started to inquire about details.
Greece is our another trip to England, in an area called the peak district, not far from Manchester. (The subject is a significant consideration in this region, even in the summer, we were undecided about it ...).
Does anyone know how to recommend a specific route in this region?
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#10 Posted : Sunday, October 3, 2010 12:53:39 PM(UTC)
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Assessing your sky looks a little high? Children who drink less than adults. For an 8 year old on up to six hours euro/us weather was counting on up to 1 liter, two other children still 1.5 litre including preparing and Similac, 2.5 pounds total. 1.5 liter adult 21 IE 6 pounds with safety margins up, plan your fill capabilities along the way.
The rest of the details and get an exact weight, see articles about oikishbil and planning.
The pilgrims is truly beautiful and suitable option.
About an 8 year old, won't be a problem to do even ten miles a day if they have willpower and character, as long as he don't carry more than 1.5 pounds maximum deadweight of features.
Traveling with a 5-year-old is really not easy, is "in the Middle" between going alone to carry it. I go 3-4 miles and then have to take on. It's hard to know how this works out over time if the child develop willpower and ability and begins to walk great distances, or log on as my little daughter was doing at 4-5, l. "the Mutt" syndrome going going going then you sit and nothing moves.
Meanwhile, in terms of logic, all aiming for the pilgrims.
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#11 Posted : Sunday, October 3, 2010 1:07:12 PM(UTC)
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About Corfu trail Conference in their website, something a little unusual name, like the responsible for organizing any group, it is impossible to find information about accommodation in villages and towns along the trail, only maps, no info on accommodation in tents, even by email told me that each island must not sleep. All information passing through local tourist offices. Anyhoo at these expensive towns, 40 euro average double room without food.

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#12 Posted : Wednesday, November 10, 2010 2:02:51 AM(UTC)
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This seems pretty dead the concatenating assignment and may no longer be relevant and therefore just add that the IQ USA for only one would feel entirely safe to do with small children (kids obrpructib) superior trail. He was also very nice and parallel to the road which makes the super simple logistia (minimum amount of food and water), and gives the option to sleep each night in a motel, if you really must.
BTW, if I want to make the trip fun with family and kids, I'd rather go to Bill, I'd spend a week weeks canoeing in Northern BOUNDRY WATERS they superior to, and contain some of the most amazing canoe trips in the world.   I worked there for the past two summers ago with youth, and found that although I personally usually prefer walking with small children to use boats much better, because "dead weight" of babies that need to be taken on the back insignificant, and 8-year-old boy with energy and enthusiasm can contribute, even more lazy adult. Even if rowing ability of an 8 year old is minimal, the portaz (are short walkways that connect thousands of lakes in the area that carry all the gear and canoe from Lake to Lake) kid that can run from Lake to Lake and forth hand equipment (paddles, etc.), with energy that grownups care about something ... usually do not. I saw a lot of people with tiny children and infants on canoes rather remote areas not seen off-road.
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