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io_travel  
#21 Posted : Friday, February 1, 2013 6:41:30 PM(UTC)
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Unfortunately, I'm not in the official credentials sunset about camping at the track – I hope someone else can answer you better.

I can indicate that I met no. travellers explore in parallel with the tent so that it is possible!

They are usually not positioned right next to these huts there, out of sight--but if the second option (to establish a tent next to the cabins). Suggest you try to contact the cabins on email and answer them (currently closed for season--it may be hard to get answers now).
There are also campsites along the way, but they do not cover the entire track (usually only in towns and all).

But again, don't despair just because I don't know ... you can certainly assume that you just have to go looking for more details about howio_travel41306.6552083333
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#22 Posted : Saturday, February 2, 2013 3:42:02 AM(UTC)
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, As far as I know,
In Switzerland it is forbidden to camp, you can camp next to ikatot and (a large part of the huts in Switzerland are private),
But then you depends on the owner and if you don't feel him establish his hut or tent next to his space, have to sleep in the cabin.
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#23 Posted : Sunday, February 3, 2013 4:56:12 PM(UTC)
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I did the track with tent, always along the cabin lacked cared that I open a tent near his cabin, sometimes slept in a tent and ate in the cabin.
In addition, unmanned cabin one is also an option, campsites and sometimes just a low-key, bottom line.

Must specify one drawback, most people who meet for the majority, in huts, so it kinda sucks to meet people and hang out with them at dinner or breakfast, because many times I slept and ate.
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#24 Posted : Sunday, February 3, 2013 5:05:37 PM(UTC)
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Agree with mrwise, the social/human experience on these treks (TMB, WHR and also others) built largely on accommodation. Don't just meet and connect with people on the trail, while walking, but to a large extent.
Is this disadvantage-and depending on who.
But it's certainly not Bill ש"בנוי" b. Is hut-to-hut Kelsey. Still ... Who wants to go with a tent-work out and enjoy if he doesn't go out alone or could enjoy solitude.

And, like mrwise, most people I met and made the track with tent often utilized the services of the huts (mainly food and shower). Io_travel 41308.5896990741
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#25 Posted : Monday, February 4, 2013 2:18:03 AM(UTC)
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Thank you very much for your answers! I guess I make summer the TMB, WHR.
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#26 Posted : Tuesday, February 5, 2013 12:54:26 AM(UTC)
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If you want specific tips about camping or in General sent me a message.
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#27 Posted : Wednesday, February 6, 2013 1:44:57 AM(UTC)
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Many thanks for all your help!! I will talk to you later. I'm sure you can help me with a few things.
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#28 Posted : Saturday, February 16, 2013 3:41:25 PM(UTC)
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Hello
How realistic to walk the track with tent? Don't get caught/safe camping places- What are the rules?
Thank you
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#29 Posted : Tuesday, March 12, 2013 9:25:58 PM(UTC)
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Since it appears that the site increased heat wakes from hibernation. And since all "push" their treks (staammmmmmm).
So I wanted to revive the concatenating assignment too and remind everyone that there is stark and called The Walker's Haute Route From Chamonix to Zermatt-- and he even mentioned!
All are welcome to read and ask and tell him here.
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#30 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 1:23:14 AM(UTC)
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Small question INBAR

I was once walking in summer like everyone else but ...
I heard the rumor that there are other winter travelers travelers engage in something called Perry Reid and they do ski the same course exactly from Chamonix Mont-Blanc to Zermatt in winter on ice skates namely.

Since you've already taken the winter metahorn I thought maybe you can tell something about this same route in winter, or perhaps know to refer anyone who knows or deals.
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#31 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 11:27:32 AM(UTC)
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I heard about the winter solstice.
They call him the "Skier's Haute Route"-different Walker's Haute Route.
This I did, and is described here on the blog, he and overrides any glaciers. It crosses mountain passes between the Valley and Valley passes several major towns. It is absolutely not.
The ski track and a summery Setup uses the same direct route – higher, crossing no. glaciers and doesn't move. These routes require technical knowledge and equipment (ice axe, crampons, etc and winter ski course and certain abilities as well as powder wrapping). Accommodations are in cabins and eat.
The variations are the shorter (and number of days-7 with skis).

Beyond that-I don't know about other options. But a quick google search yields plethora companies offering winter journey. Search Skier's "Haute Route" or "Winter Haute Route".
Not acceptable to do this route as far as independent.

Anyway-it sounds f check the chat!!!!!
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#32 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 3:42:22 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = io_travel] I heard about winter track.
They call him the "Skier's Haute Route"-different Walker's Haute Route.
This I did, and is described here on the blog, he and overrides any glaciers. It crosses mountain passes between the Valley and Valley passes several major towns. It is absolutely not.
The ski track and a summery Setup uses the same direct route – higher, crossing no. glaciers and doesn't move. These routes require technical knowledge and equipment (ice axe, crampons, etc and winter ski course and certain abilities as well as powder wrapping). Accommodations are in cabins and eat.
The variations are the shorter (and number of days-7 with skis).

Beyond that-I don't know about other options. But a quick google search yields plethora companies offering winter journey. Search Skier's "Haute Route" or "Winter Haute Route".
Not acceptable to do this route as far as independent.

Anyway-it sounds f check the chat!!!!!

Ski Forum-someone really looking for partners that then I remembered, it is write beautiful powder wrapping required

And this year, conditions were indeed the most necessary information have indeed started to Google then left to raise a few links:

Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haute_Route

They are discussing a number of options usually 7 days

The classic option:

Classic Route

The winter Haute Route's original line, which involves long climbs and mountaineering with ice axe and crampons.

Link to Google Maps site complete and both already have one of them highlights emphasis but it is important to choose.:

This is the level of skiers paste in Hebrew overflow off course or another high-level skiers.

Secondly, since the outside ski tracks and existing routes avalanches hazards track requires knowledge and understanding in terms of snow and weather and understanding when to collapse tkimim snow and physical conditions are known, they are taught in a course called high mountain guides: ontniring

Snow height far above 6 feet above the ramp angles, 30מעלות important to understand weather weather shines above the basic level in order to understand when unexpected snowstorm or low pressure systems that prevent the execution.

After emphases here is the link:

Http://www.markseaton.com/haute-route.htm





The Itinerary.




Day 1: Training in the use of ski touring equipment program and the use of avalanche transceivers, plus all the other skills necessary to safely complete the trip.

Day 2: Set off on the Haute Route from Chamonix. From the top of Montets Between, we firstly ski down the Glacier des before tackling the Rognons long ascent to the famous Col du Chardonnet. The first night is spent fuel in the beautiful setting of the Trient Hut.

Day 3: Ski down the Arpette stunning Val d ' to Champex and take a taxi to Verbier. Catch the cable car up to the Mont Fort Hut.

Day 4: Mont Fort Hut to Hut Prafleuri, via an ascent of Rosablanche (3600 meters.)

Day 5: "The Prafleuri Hut to Dix Hut via Lac du Dix.

Day 6: Dix Hut to the Vignettes Hut, making an ascent of the Pigne d ' Arolla. This is a major alpine peak with breathtaking views "across the Alps. It is the highest point on the trip. (3800 metres)

Day 7: Vignettes Hut to Zermatt, staying in Zermatt. This is a long hard day. We will pass through some of the most dramatic alpine mountain scenery to found anywhere in the world.

Day 8: Spare day in case of bad weather. If unused we will make an ascent of the Breithorn on skis. The Breithorn is one of the Alps 4000-meter peaks coveted; We then transfer from Zermatt to Chamonix by taxi.


My recommendation now before this adventure editors exercise at Fort de Sully in ski resort shuttle to Morzine to Avoriaz et cetera here can do similar things just skiing tracks about huge site nearly 700 miles from the same ski trails pass you can join a guided group four hours per day and significant level before going off the track, in 2007 I visited there and had a great time.

So now we have a reason to return to aspire and work out thanks for the mission.

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#33 Posted : Monday, April 1, 2013 3:15:06 AM(UTC)
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Look at the numbers, they have some books Cicerone, may be it will help you.

Good luck!
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#34 Posted : Monday, April 1, 2013 11:23:32 AM(UTC)
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Thanks to me.

I read and go back to see him.

Is there something similar also Ordesa Torla and the Kinsman more unbelievable month. time flies, I thought it would be more time to prepare.

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#35 Posted : Sunday, June 2, 2013 11:00:15 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

The date I want to 13.7 start estimated completion, 27.7.
Two things bother me in this context:
1. snow mode
2. whether it is necessary at this time to pre-order the accommodation industries along the track, right now.

I would appreciate your help (and interesting information), good week!
Orly
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#36 Posted : Sunday, June 2, 2013 2:20:41 PM(UTC)
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Note that some oral magic requires only the number of your mobile phone to order
Those who do require payment, as a weary caban (additional 40 Frank) are more difficult with you.
I think a single chmtiilet, you better not make a reservation if it is subject to a fee and reservations if it ain't free
Keep yourself flexible to change. Amnonl 41427.7291550926
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#37 Posted : Sunday, June 2, 2013 7:15:44 PM(UTC)
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Orly,
Are you going alone?

To date he hasn't WHR season (to my knowledge) but approaches it.
I went right at the end of the season (early to mid-September) and a single tour-not invited. The d was almost empty.

The only places they had:
* Refuge Between close to Les Col de France Blame bio to Switzerland (the cabin is about a successful ariant I did that first day Refuge very tiny Basic). There are alternatives a (on Col de La Forclaz and Trient).
* Cabane du Moiry Moiry, near Lac du (La Sage to Zinal) highly recommended. It was a weekend and parking-car-which people within an hour or an hour and a half walk from the cabin so she was full of travellers today.
There is an alternative at the dam (I think an hour and a half, I just went in then oariant didn't pass the complete cabin and went directly to an alternative-you are welcome to read my blog for alternative day 8).
In addition to the two Grand-Desert filled with pretty chalets.
You should be sure about: Cabane du Mont Fort, Cabane de Prafleuri and there. Not necessarily for pre-order (I supposed I was not) but at least call the evening before and make sure there's room.

About snow-can only hope for the best. It's not something you can control so you just try not to be upset. If not clear snow crossings measure provides "(a bit of snow-it is kinda fun!) until your departure date you need to bend. May be you need to choose alternatives according to the situation (in the extreme case, perhaps even skip a section "feel" like the Grand Desert). It happens ... Remember that all good alternatives!
For instance, I'm a bit disappointed when I found out that Cabane du-Moiry eventually decided thus in oariant (described in French link you up) and it was wonderful! So maybe the original planned route is even more beautiful. God knows I'm personally satisfied that I had on that day!

In short-I think such bsogy outdoor activities should adopt a flexible approach and hakol " 41427.6795833333 io_travel
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#38 Posted : Monday, June 3, 2013 1:31:21 PM(UTC)
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Orly here have different heights cameras in the area "Mont Fort" you can see the status in heights from 1600 to 3300.
Good luck
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#39 Posted : Monday, June 3, 2013 1:44:15 PM(UTC)
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Thank Amnon!
Take this to my attention is the flexibility to change is important.

Thank you amber!
A detailed answer and encourages, as always. Like I wrote, you inspired me to do this route from the beginning. Indeed, this year I travel alone, I take to attention the locations you specified and I call again your wonderful blog!

Right, thanks!
Snow amounts are just crazy.
Wait to see what will happen in a month.

So I'm the first to get back on track? Or if someone leaves before
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#40 Posted : Monday, June 3, 2013 2:17:25 PM(UTC)
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Going to be very interesting this year in terms of snow accumulation. It's just crazy all over Europe I think.
Fortunately (due to constraints) comes a year late. But I follow all ה"חלוצים" and holding a snow cooperates and melt a bit for you.
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