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#61 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 4:12:58 PM(UTC)
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Here's our plan:

Seven days from the WHR. Beginning in Trient, terminating in Zinal. Details in the attached document.

General_plan_2.doc

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#62 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 6:34:52 PM(UTC)
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Your program is using the wave high power extraction followed by gentle retraction
You have two days to complete-onfort map of Cavan and areola la massage
You have a total of three and a half days. Three straws (viiri to zinal) easy, especially if you use the cable car down to zinal.
I think your plan flexible level that justifies book cabins in advance.
During your rest you have plenty of time to think, at the end of each stage, to decide how far to go in the next day.
Good luck you just one day after us because we start at 23 Chamonix and Trient you at 25.
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#63 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 6:39:17 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Amnonl] you just one day after us because we start at 23 Chamonix and Trient you at 25

If you go by the book, then we completely overlap, rather than by day. How?

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#64 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 6:47:18 PM(UTC)
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How? Because we're sections of 18-20 miles every time regardless of the number. The first day of Chamonix to Le Tour through White Lake
On the second day (24.8) continue to map column dress. You are planning to go there on the 25th.
Incidentally, one correction to your program. Write you down to lots of port Les Ruinettes chairlift station. It doesn't decrease. It's her!
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#65 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 6:59:45 PM(UTC)
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Pchchch! You must destroy.

I just hope that no more such errors along the way

Peek once in a while back to see that we are alive.

Next year already show you what?!

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#66 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 7:07:04 PM(UTC)
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Boaz,
"Damage assessment" -amusing.
Indeed a very flexible program.
In accordance with ל"נזקים and other small changes, you can actually go a little bit more if you want during" ה"מנוחה/evaluation of damages.
For example:

26th day 2008 as you get in, you have only a short walk to the cable car station. Of course you can go part-for example between Sembrancher La Sage (public transport use, where her and her constipation) this walk though not excited me. So I recommend.
Another thing you can check, taking into account as far as possible-to get to the cable car station (from which will go to Fort du Mont Caban) from Verbier (cable car). If public transportation (from Champex) more comfortable than Verbier-Le Chable, this option might be better-worth checking out.

The day 28/9, and in the night, blah areola lipani, you certainly can.
** Go to La Sage instead of conveyor belt
Or
** To get to Lake Lac Bleu (which is cute and high road to the very beautiful forest) כ"טיול no side pods and return to Arolla and then travel to La Sage
Or
** Go to the Lake with bags way and off La Gouille and catch him.

The last two options depend of course on the bus.

A few comments:

About the Arpette Fenetre (first day) you already know but ... Is not recommended in unstable weather. In this case the Alp as a Bovine valve which is.

About today between Cabane du Mont Fort – du Prafleuri Cab I went trail runs in Col from Termin station (called the Sentier des Chamois trail) and is not complicated, I heard balterntiba (oariant name I can't remember) have a very steep section. They reunited later and he finished on both Cab du Prafleuri. I recommend from Termin station Col.

The day between Cabane du Prafleuri Arolla- the concept of accommodation in Cab des Dix sounds good! Especially since the next day you're likely to get a bus anyway. This cabin is Cabane des Dix from q-u! It's your day, but if you don't mind to spend the afternoon in the cabin and you're not tempted to visit Lake Lac Bleu (near areola, next day)-Cabane des Dix sound option really unique.

And most importantly: good luck!!! 41499.6737731481 io_travel
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#67 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 7:12:47 PM(UTC)
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Thank you amber! This trip is also for you.
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#68 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 7:21:24 PM(UTC)
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Blithely Boaz
Here are some images relevant to the different sections not closed:

1.-the Sentier des Chamois image (the section after Caban du Mont Fort)



2. hoariant image to Caban des Dix



3. image from Lac Bleu (areola)



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#69 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 7:44:12 PM(UTC)
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Boaz 18th-20 is very optimistic planning hopefully to do all for 11 days.
I anticipate a lot of changes and to perform. Here, where the light and hope depredations, had a day of rest
We chose not to sleep in Mont-Fort. In one shack after the leads
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#70 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 7:51:04 PM(UTC)
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You mean tilapia this cabin: Cabane de Louvie?
If so, note that the next piece and drop a piece of her-trail/trail (knockout)

Lac de Louvie from Termin station from Col (the cabin does not look at the picture, it's hidden-at the far end of the Lake)
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#71 Posted : Tuesday, August 13, 2013 8:21:48 PM(UTC)
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Yes. Fatal decline. Therefore it with.
Let's see how the group taking the day 2 arpet Pantera then know the general ability
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#72 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 10:29:19 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Amnonl]. Fatal decline. Therefore it with.


Rather descent from 1500 to 2650 m (height FIONNAY town)
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#73 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 10:40:04 AM(UTC)
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No need to go overboard. This is in sharp decline but only a decrease of 400 m
The cabin is at a height of 700 + feet above 2230 Fionnay
You can see a picture of amber that the height difference.
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#74 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:16:30 AM(UTC)
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Amnon image is lying.
It's not so bad, but my memory is a little more "serious" than the picture indicates.
However, I stay in this cabin charm, she looks lovely (although the Mont Fort). I think if you set "average" (in fact, if you is weak "average"-whatever that is) it seemed feasible idea, not bad!

PS we went "to test the slope because one of the women I dropped the camera on her descent from Col from Termin station (although not gone down it down for). The loss. Not found- do good eye 41500.3498032407 io_travel
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#75 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:48:37 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Amnonl] no need to exaggerate. This is in sharp decline but only a decrease of 400 m
The cabin is at a height of 700 + feet above 2230 Fionnay
You can see a picture of amber that height difference isn't so bad


My mistake, I didn't find it on the map have the software (see the map) and thought the cabin is in town.
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#76 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 6:43:32 PM(UTC)
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Speaking of maps and software, if you have any recommendation from experience of apps (iPhone) functional cost GPS , I.e. give topographical information. Terrain mode Google maps, and can also use Offline For situations where there is no cellphone coverage but GPS Only the few will be with us, but I'd happily dispense with printed maps.

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#77 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 7:08:33 PM(UTC)
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In fact, the Swiss don't evaluate anything. I haven't come across in so easy and so expensive.
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#78 Posted : Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:45:10 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the answers!

To be able to start planning (and I've never been around ...):

1) in which parts can be skipped, and if you don't want to lose?

2) is it possible to integrate the northern part of the TMB with the WHR? Is it a worthwhile option? If so, see if you can combine points.

3) I understand the part about the planning, there is a Web site that centralizes all the refugios, closing dates and locations?

4) thanks in advance!

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#79 Posted : Thursday, August 15, 2013 12:07:45 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = roniz]
1) in which parts can be skipped, and if you don't want to lose?
Ronnie

Enjoyed the Trek!.
But still ...
* It is possible to skip the first section (from Chamonix) and start in Argentiere or Le Tour or Tre le Champ.
* You can skip the section between Lake Champex La Chable (this is the least exciting).
* Much of the section between Arolla La Sage. I think his first thing to the Lake Lac Bleu if going through the Yes high. If you're going to jump, I was considering to go to Lake La Guille and skip La Sage.
* At the end of the Trek if you don't go on Europaweg allow to skip the Valley to Zermatt (disclosure: I went I went on the Europaweg the information based on the rumor that the exhilarating and a little less is very different from the scenery from the train to Zermatt – where use if tadlgo).

[QUOTE = roniz]
2) is it possible to integrate the northern part of the TMB with the WHR? Is it a worthwhile option? If so, see if you can combine points.
Ronnie

Diverging paths in Lake Champex so you can combine them very easily. You can go to any section of the TMB (partial or full) with completion in Champex then continue on WHR.

[QUOTE = roniz]
3) I understand the part about the planning, there is a Web site that centralizes all the refugios, closing dates and locations?
Ronnie
I don't know that.

[QUOTE = roniz]
4) thanks in advance!
Ronnie
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#80 Posted : Thursday, August 15, 2013 12:30:50 AM(UTC)
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Rooney, a few words about.
ה"קריטיים parts" in terms of cabins on WHR are:
1. at Grand Desert. Two nights in huts, without "good alternatives". "Standard" distribution-in-Cabane du Mont Fort, two at night Prafleuri.
Mont Fort's day
The day of Prafleuri
(There are a few more options in the section between Le Chable Arolla-but also cabins).

2. the next day La Sage: accommodations are usually in Cabane de Moiry is a shalterntiba another cabin, as I did.
The oariant of Tourette's.

I started very clearly the availability dates are relevant to you in these sections.
In other sections there are towns where population higher availability.

If you want to finish on Europaweg-find out about a Europahut (but not as critical there through the Valley as an alternative). Io_travel 41500.898587963
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