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#1 Posted : Saturday, April 9, 2011 4:44:00 PM(UTC)
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How to do trekking in Scandinavia but only after the latter decided to record some of it.

Who's wild spaces heightened the spirit is invited to visit the blog opened (see link below) and read about the whole country, total 18 records.

This is the wild regions of Europe-Sark and dilanda-located north of the Polar circle on the mountain throughout Scandinavia. This enchanting area is homeland of the Lola-Sammy. You are invited to explore the blog.

There are several hiking trails Nordic is several hundred miles each and if who you ask to visit the area, I'd love to help tips!

The whole land

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 1:38:21 AM(UTC)
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You probably visit the area.

See the post
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Maybe you have some insights wells notes.

By the way, go to sarek alone is something I wouldn't do.

ג"כ, maybe you should put a post here with dry information (less hoiithi and descriptive aspects) on a trip that did yotam k 40644.9453009259
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 7:39:17 AM(UTC)
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Wow, great!
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#4 Posted : Tuesday, April 12, 2011 12:25:48 PM(UTC)
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My pleasure. I am very busy, I will write here useful information to chshatepna.
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#5 Posted : Thursday, April 14, 2011 11:30:41 AM(UTC)
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To being,

The o.k. got around to.

I don't know exactly what you are looking for then I will start and you mean me.

The part of your route Northwest of abishko (abisko) I don't know but you can get a link. At the bottom of the page there are detailed in each and every day. Click the links and you'll be impressed by the view too.

About abishko. This is a huge, there begins the Road stretched South to kooiciock. At abishko you will be able to collect. The dining room can accommodate and Regiment. Housing of any kind, to a seven-minute walk away. You can also stock up on food and supplies. And practically everything I do. The place is on the narooic road to Kiruna, buses and train in both directions.

From abishko to kbankiisa: Peek here. Them guys. They also have a nice track in Sark but I realized that it doesn't belong to the plan.

My familiarity with pretty small abishko, I was in the area in two and a half smaller. Open spaces, a wonderful feeling of freedom. But the crowded kungsleden. I think if you want to sleep at bikatot along the way you'll need to book ahead. If you carry on you, there's nothing to worry about.

These cabins food limited. Sometimes more, sometimes. You should take with you calorie food in case of a shortage in supply sources. Rich chocolate, almonds, crackers, milk Jam phone etc. Don't take food that contains water, isn't that what you experience will be missed. But: there are sunny days and if you climb the peaks you can dry! Should you always have a bottle filled with water.

And more about the summits, especially around kbankiisa. I wasn't there but I heard from many hikers and news items: they're dangerous! Landslides have steep rocks and landslides. If catches you storm upstairs to zero visibility and the temperature. Many have lost their lives in the summer in this area (on average some each year). The area is quite a challenge and tole physical easy illusion. And it is so!

From here takes you to your route West and South and only a few days you come in pdiilanta. Please write back to me is that the information you are looking for before I proceed.

Incidentally, in my opinion, if you are going to do the whole trail out in July and August. Long, and summer day of the Arctic easier to adapt to the wrong conditions.




From the link. Peek here Sark
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#6 Posted : Thursday, April 14, 2011 11:36:18 AM(UTC)
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This platform facilitates embedding links.
There are three different links at the bottom of the previous reaction (belong to travellers) and the shlotam Conference. Websites are written in Finnish so I recommend you go with Google chrome and use Finnish to English translation (not Hebrew, or you cannot understand anything ...)
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#7 Posted : Thursday, April 14, 2011 7:21:31 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much.


I don't know if I'm going to do everything,
What is emerging now is maybe the kungsleden (to figure out the area before going to isolated locations), and the northern section to abisko (the link you gave describes some very small northern part I)

I take a tent.

What can you tell about:

1. from the airport to the region (cost, time)
2. mosquitoes (when less, protection)
3. rain (some say that poncho is not suitable because of the winds)
4. level of difficulty
5. buying basic goods like rice with rafiog (I keep kosher)
6. temperature (day and night, make mandatory?)


That things were in my head now, but there's more ...

Thanks in advance

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#8 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2011 5:40:53 PM(UTC)
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Mosquitoes: tolerable definitely in the morning, very aggressive afternoon until after sunset. Attack in packs. Can bite through thin Halter swimsuit hoax, been stung in the head through the hat and the hair! I don't think you can do without medicine. You can buy such a abishko and every writer. Anyway some tiactz, if you want or not. And after a while your body will develop a certain indifference to irritation.

Rain. We should forget the poncho. Take a full suit breathing (if not breathing you get wet from the inside no less than getting wet from the outside). Top cover and bottom cover. Be sure to seal of the cartridge. If you are going on you may be able to keep your feet dry through sealed shoes. If you don't like Gore-Tex socks, trails and that integer will always wet shoes.

Difficulty: easy to congslden. Bridged rivers mostly. No long-winded types except the area of kbankiisa, where the steep trails. There has to be careful of avalanche! I wasn't there but I heard several firsthand accounts and almost in real time. And more: it seems to me that the section between abishko to kbankiisa is more beautiful. The next part is between kbankiisa to store-sopiilla and saltoloocta to kooiciock.

Loneliness: can't believe I know what loneliness. Popular routes, you'll find your way, individual families, friends or acquaintances. Therefore, as we have already mentioned book accommodation in advance (if possible) or take a tent.

Products: abishko, Salto, kooiciock you can eat well and buy a variety of products. Cabins del and sometimes almost nothing. There were occasional jam, spreads, bread crumbles or sweets. You can take powdered potatoes (they have a great product in Sweden, a country that falls from which sample and markamo) and cabins to puree delicious. As far as I know all the huts are equipped with cooking measures. About rice. You can buy fish products. I think chshomer as you may find yourself in trouble with hard cheese and meat (brovo is reindeer). In pdiilanta (and possibly other places), if you reach the village of Sammy, you can purchase them. Are you hot and long made of fish and lured apple-pie. If you don't have at the moment, they ask you to wait a few minutes and go fishing with him.

Temperature: depending on ... Rainy days and temperatures usually non turbulent fall 10 degrees, unless you go to peaks. There you may experience winds of ice foretelling a snappy answers to Bright weather today and even warm, cozy nights can be very cold with temperatures below freezing (Nati sriisiaura night and almost couldn't fall asleep from the cold despite having slept with all the coats I have three pairs of socks, tights and whatnot ...). But I think it's also because my tent (it was the first campaign) was a bad joke. Warm days climbing peaks can dry. Take a bottle of water per case..

Flights. Should be cheap if you are ordering them several months in advance. Something like $ 100 (+-) if I remember correctly. A later order increase. You can fly from Stockholm to Kiruna or ialioura, and from there take a train or bus to abishko or store-sopiilla. You can go to narooic and from there take a train or bus to abishko. If I remember correctly they bus rates of 15 franc per kilometer.
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#9 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2011 5:47:26 PM(UTC)
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About – guidance to domestic. The same places I mentioned you can also fly from Oslo and if I'm not mistaken even Copenhagen (then you save yourself a concussion.) I got through it, but there are no direct flights to Greece from Israel had to go through.
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#10 Posted : Sunday, April 17, 2011 1:47:12 PM(UTC)
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Ofer,

Amazing as fun to read about new places. Thank you from me.

It seems to me that there are simple treks in General mainly because of the weather.
Cold, damp, rain, and water is a recipe for a lot of suffering. But the stunning views.

That shame about France and trekking company collection there do (including running surface) enviable.

Zohar
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#11 Posted : Monday, April 18, 2011 1:39:33 PM(UTC)
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Be careful, thanks

The weather is not so bad as it seems. Here and there some fugues of weather without wind and rain. There are years with pauses and less so depending on what you ... The mosquito is a different story, but this practice.

Swedes tend to exist once a popular contest of running outdoors (for me or no route through reindeer) slvall length of about 110-120 km. came to abishko just like abishko shatkis this race was the final station and the commotion was long. The strongest runners finished after more than 12 hours (!). ה"חלשים" after 19 hours run/walk. And then came tiptopim "normal people"-boys, girls, young people, and even experienced travelers aged seventy-year-old finished the course in 3-4 days. Someday I will write about this in my blog a personal perspective.
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