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שלומי רם  
#1 Posted : Sunday, December 11, 2011 4:14:03 PM(UTC)
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Hi Forum members,
My wife and I are interested in September to last month's along with our son (will be 1 year and 2 months overdue trip).
Both treks experience challenges and we're looking for a destination that will allow diverse views and cultural interest and conditions to suit the new composition of the family (baby).
Does anybody have experience and advice on this subject?
Are there limits to babies?
Thought of the Pyrenees (we were) or North America (expensive).
As you can see in the pictures is about and already sitting on the map "
Thank you
Shlomi
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#2 Posted : Sunday, December 11, 2011 4:44:28 PM(UTC)
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The Pilgrim trail in Spain.

Advantages-no need to carry equipment and cooking utensils. Just have to sleep in a separate bedroom lodges of course, passing through towns and villages with medical services. A popular trail, not physically difficult, public transportation throughout the easy path.

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#3 Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 4:01:19 PM(UTC)
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It's the end of the season in September, it's starting to snow in the mountains and already very cold even in the valleys. Entirely.
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#4 Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 6:04:57 PM(UTC)
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I didn't mean to, of course, but the Pyrenees divide the rest. From Pamplona to the West. Or in France. זמי1 40889.628587963
שלומי רם  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, December 13, 2011 12:22:57 AM(UTC)
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Thank respondents!
Are there any other suggestions for what lanes
Anyone know the tracks can fit in?
Central America?
Thanks again
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, December 14, 2011 2:15:29 AM(UTC)
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Hi Shlomi

Thankfully I have little experience in hiking with young children and would love to share my tobnothi.
I'm sorry if some things – just how trivial the easiest for me to arrange my thoughts.

Trip with small children shows a number of limitations that vary depending on the age of the child, the nature and the level of ה"לחץ parents.

The main limitation to have a trip with a little kid is one year and backs will be taken by carriage and carrying capacity to your little family significantly while the President demands grow (diapers, wipes, etc.). Usually this means you have to give up routes that require equipment or use heating/porters (unless one of you is able to carry equipment for everyone).

The second limitation is the length of the day. There are children that age can spend a fun day in the carrier and some people lose patience and need to get out of amnsha. If your child is the type that needs to be taken into account when the whippin's provide daily walks.

Another limitation is sensitive to extreme conditions.
Probably not heights that matters to kids in trouble but extreme heat or cold can be a problem. Of course, different people define differently and extremism here you need to decide. In General, plus year-olds are quite strong and patient. The problem is that due to the low level of communication in this age it is difficult to know when the distress is real and should take this into account.

Recent restriction to select the trip destination is the accessibility to health services, and so on. Here, as stated above, affects primarily the parents ' stress levels.

So now all you have to do is think about the goals that you have the following conditions:
* Do not expose you to extreme heat source/conditions (cold and very cold even in snowstorms. probably not.)
* Do not require carrying equipment (cabins or bounces or porters)
* Allow days in length
* Allow access to normal health services (if applicable)

Ideas (in addition to the pilgrims way):
I wouldn't rule out the Spanish Pyrenees tour (traveled twice in September at agwastorts Park and the weather was great).
-May I walk the West Highland Way Scotland (don't know about need to find out weather).
If the medical theme scares, Nepal is a classic destination for September.

Hope I helped a little (or at least not tirterti)
Jonathan
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#7 Posted : Wednesday, December 14, 2011 2:40:17 PM(UTC)
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When we walked in Georgia met Swiss pair tirko with their daughter was 10 months. They had huge van (that brought on the trip from Switzerland) and there's a neat camping (tent by van) or in the day. The baby was in a front carrier so whoever carried it could carry bag too. But maybe with bigger babies this isn't possible anymore.
They told us that basically forbidden to take babies above 2500 meters high.
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#8 Posted : Wednesday, December 14, 2011 11:25:47 PM(UTC)
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In reply to ladybug-child to carry forward this year plus already borderline. The picture that came with age seems a year plus is already at least weight 9 kg it's weight. In addition it is very limiting the ability to see the road beneath and thus increases the risk.

And I heard-(a relative who is a pediatrician) to children easier to acclimate to altitude sickness. I also know that our friends were walking in Nepal with a 10-year-old and I think they tested the height before travelling.

In short-if you're considering a trip to heights I recommend to check with a pediatrician you trust him.

Jonathan
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#9 Posted : Sunday, February 26, 2012 4:00:56 PM(UTC)
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Another attempt to revive the post:
No longer relevant tracks you know?
Ylivny can I get in touch with your friends you explore the Nepal?

We would love to hear

P.s. to carry a child in the front is an unpleasant experience and steady.
Shlomi
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#10 Posted : Sunday, February 26, 2012 4:06:28 PM(UTC)
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Hello
Nepal tracks have not got beyond high stripes?
And will remain below 3500 4000?
Is there a hospital in Kathmandu? Pucar??
Shlomi
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#11 Posted : Sunday, February 26, 2012 10:47:21 PM(UTC)
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Traveling with a baby to 3500 m , Nepal- Leave your baby with the grandmother. If you can't then take a first world country with transport.

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#12 Posted : Tuesday, February 28, 2012 7:11:13 PM(UTC)
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Hi Shlomi

Can I/Saul the ifthey available for questioning.
Another option is to put your questions here and I will pass them.

They explore the langetang and high enough (above 4000 m-valued) Although not cross passim.

About hospitals in Kathmandu have American practice, unfortunately, had to use its services (don't think that includes hospitalization). I don't know about hospitals and Pokhara.

So even if account has adequate health care services, the problem is to reach them in a timely manner if necessary.

Jonathan
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