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#1 Posted : Sunday, March 13, 2011 3:22:13 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone! My trip is coming up and I'm in the planning stages.
If any community members traveling in China and has recommendations on good tracks, you have to see if he'd like to share.

When I get back, I'll share where the best places that I traveled with.

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#2 Posted : Sunday, March 13, 2011 8:18:41 PM(UTC)
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China, writing in which areas you plan to visit and when (and how long) it is easier to direct you to specific things.

As a rule the more interesting treks to my taste in China are on the Tibetan and Yunnan apprentice-Northwest, West of Sichuan, Gansu, Qinghai and Tibet, of course. ב"למטייל wrote at the time on these areas, trekking, although not up to date but you can get quite a few ideas for itineraries, as well as a reference to information sources:

Http://www.lametayel.co.il/%D7%98%D7%A8%D7%A7%D7%99%D7%9D+%D7%91%D7%A1%D7%99%D7%9F+%D7%A9%D7%91%D7%98%D7%99%D7%9D+%D7%95%D7%9E%D7%99%D7%A2%D7%95%D7%98%D7%99%D7%9D

Don't know what interest you, besides, I like to hang out mostly in minority areas in China. In this context, in addition to greater Tibet mentioned above, the huge Xinjiang Province in the Northwest particularly interesting to me, and גויז'ו province in the South. Most large cities loved Beijing nigger (I was not in East).

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, March 16, 2011 11:05:41 PM(UTC)
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Zvika read the article you wrote and it really helped me, thanks!

We begin in Nepal and from there fly to Chennai. Where do the tracks then go to Yunnan Sichuan Tiger to shipping and other places.

The flight back home from Beijing and we have to go in Mongolia.
In mid-May we land in Chile and will be until the end of June in Western China, where we're really torn, because the US summer is warm and rainy and I don't know where you should go away.

I've heard very good things about the border area with Kyrgyzstan and I think to continue to

What are you saying?

And I heard they do really problems with visa who declares that he wants to go to Tibet, do you recommend to get it?
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#4 Posted : Thursday, March 17, 2011 3:42:15 PM(UTC)
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Not exactly suitable for the Forum, but you asked so here are some answers.

General can't remember ever rain really bothered (and traveled in China quite a lot ...). In most area of China is really very hot in the summer but in the Tibetan plateau.

As that encrypt lighter, so it's best to begin in Kunming, Tiger chipping (not really stark), Northwest Yunnan (zongadian d?q?n area) and southwestern Sichuan (l?t?ng iading, etc.). Northwest Sichuan, Gansu (heal), Qinghai and Tibet itself much less rainy and cool, and so is summer time, ideal for hiking and trekking there (in Mongolia).

About Tibet: when you request your Visa (don't count on in Kathmandu) you don't need to mention Tibet (as well as other significant areas like Qinghai Tibetan). Don't worry — no one will check later where really. When in China, for example, no problem to organize a trip to Tibet, but it can be expensive, the Chinese are currently very difficult to travel in Tibet. I highly recommend, but Tibetan areas outside Tibet are equally authentic and interesting.

If you have Chinese visa-keep in mind that you are limited to 3 months was (if you received you can extend to China, although not everywhere). But as far as I can get a new visa in Mongolia.

Regarding the border with Kyrgyzstan did not know exactly what you mean. Xinxing County is very interesting (and enormous-Kashgar near Kyrgyzstan's border closer to Israel than to Beijing ...), but hot summer there (it seems to me that the highest temperature ever recorded there--in Turpan but very dry and sweat), except for the Highlands as krakoram road from Kashgar to Pakistan border (there are a couple of Nice peaks above 7000 and trekking), Manas Lake area in northern province between Mongolia to Kazakhstan (wasn't) And the mountains near ?r?mqi. The fall (or spring) they prefer to travel times. Consider that it prompted no border of Mongolia and Xinjiang to the West have to go all the way to Hohhot.

Another idea in the region: you can fly from China to Kyrgyzstan for example connect to obtain a visa at the airport in Bishkek, travel there and back to China via Kashgar.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, March 17, 2011 4:10:30 PM(UTC)
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Zvika mate, well done.

Just reading the names I break your teeth and you remember everywhere and anywhere.

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#6 Posted : Thursday, March 17, 2011 9:37:21 PM(UTC)
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Zvika, words like gold to me:)

Any idea where we should go after North Tibetan level?

When we want to go to Mongolia and to fly back from Beijing?
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#7 Posted : Friday, March 18, 2011 7:58:55 PM(UTC)
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The great Tibetan plateau is larger than Western Europe, and can easily walk there for months, at least it leaves. I'm less familiar with other areas of China, beyond what I wrote. Leave some time for "flexible", once there you will get a lot of ideas and change programs. I'm also planning to go to Mongolia after three months in China and finally stayed in China for three months.
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#8 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2011 4:34:17 AM(UTC)
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Tsvika, right now we have time is 3-4 months or less. From what I understand you and others reading them if I end up in Nepal in early May to fly to Kunming and from there to make the buck toe Tibet until generation and there North through iading d?q?n.
Now that's where I got the highly recommended to continue further north to קסינג'יאן area, Gansu, and c after atzpanti so where should I go away assuming I need to go to Mongolia in August?

And I'm actually considering whether to enter Mongolia at all, maybe I should focus on China.

Want to know what you think about the information displayed in this website:
Http://www.travelchinaguide.com/tour/hiking/yunnan/kunming/05.htm

He seems a little outdated.
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#9 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2011 2:18:23 PM(UTC)
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As mentioned the Chinese visa limits you to a three-month stay.

D?q?n iading and are part of the "(i.e. are around the track from Kunming to). Adding site talking about Trek and some day trips in the region seems likely d?q?n Don't know what/where is קסינג'יאן. Maybe סינג'יאנג? Suggest you purchase a guide to China (loneliplant not bad) or at least a good map.

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#10 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2011 5:57:20 PM(UTC)
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I read the Lonely Planet China and have maps of all China (anywhere I looked on the map indicates), but I'm trying to draw a route to match the seasons.

I am looking for the trekking can be done anywhere and I find day trips and excursions in places like temples and heritage sites
Treks trekking in Chile had very few buckgenerationlight-trekker hopes40622.6403587963
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#11 Posted : Monday, March 21, 2011 1:57:46 AM(UTC)
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Sorry for doubting. Indeed, some Chinese names confusing.

Have you tried the chinabackpacker.info site? The information is not followed there in recent years, but at the time was an excellent source of information on trekking, even ב"בק".

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#12 Posted : Wednesday, March 30, 2011 6:57:02 AM(UTC)
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I can recommend the website chinatrekking.com
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