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ylivny  
#21 Posted : Tuesday, May 21, 2013 11:00:34 AM(UTC)
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Agree about the island's economic viability picnic bags.
I probably carry lunch all the time (taking into account the option to eat in some days). I'm going out with friends a little less spoiled when it comes to food and decide to buy picnic bags.

Thanks anyway.

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#22 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 4:44:49 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone

I returned a week ago.
As I wrote above, originally to go an extended version of the track featuring:
1) walk with Greece watch
2) detour of Pointe de l ' Echelle East and South part of Col de Chaviere.
3) she should lodge La Valette somewhere back down the Valley.

In fact, snow amounts this year made us change programmes. There was a fair amount of snow ranging from 2200-2300 m.
On the second day of track, between the Col de la Vanoise to the Arpont we haven't built a snow field still walking trail and had to backtrack to Pralognan.

The next morning we woke up to rain. After lengthy inquiries about other sections for offences went at noon to 3 and a half days in beautiful. We went in the valley up to the Col de Chaviere and kept the track (the part that was supposed to be the last two days).

Because the originally planned seven days out we have another day.
Took advantage of the fact that we had a rental car and drove to Palud and next day we trekked to the Lac Blanc snow.

Some updates to the specified post's:

Transport
We were four and we preferred to rent a car to ease your back and to achieve flexibility (in retrospect it was successful because it could go at the end of the trip to Mont Blanc and do a day trip). The difference in cost was 50 euros per person.

Pralognan hotels
We slept at the Hotel Club Vacanciel La Vanoise Pralognan. The cost was € 95 for four includes breakfast (reservation site booking.com)

Cabins
* We cabins which provide needed so no Crocs Sandals bring sandals.
* Hot shower cost 2 euro (all cabins except Polset Peclet were warm water).
* Picnic lunch-bag cost about 10 euros (recall contains no fresh bread, ham, cheese, salad and a roaniz cookie).

Map
VisuGPX site has an interactive map of the trail is great.

Photos:
Pictures of me are impressive.
To understand the differences in the amount of snow will add one image the same place where the photograph was the penultimate's post (for the Lac des Vaches 2300 m altitude)


If you wish, I can add more pictures.

Thanks again for the original post and help.
Jonathan
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io_travel  
#23 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 5:00:51 PM(UTC)
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Jonathan, thank you for your interest and update photograph wrecker!
איתי  
#24 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 11:39:36 PM(UTC)
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Jonathan, welcome back.

First of all, of course we want more pictures!

Beautiful picture, amazing to see the difference, my picture was taken right before (rather less days)!

What exactly did track? Got to la Valette and falling to prlonein through Roc de la Peche? Or amshchtam to the Col de Modane via Chaviere?
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#25 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 11:44:03 PM(UTC)
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After such an image are you asking if we want more? -Of course!

Thanks for the updates, it looks great.
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#26 Posted : Wednesday, July 17, 2013 1:49:02 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = ylivny] Hi everyone

I returned a week ago.
As I wrote above, originally to go an extended version of the track featuring:
1) walk with Greece watch
2) detour of Pointe de l ' Echelle East and South part of Col de Chaviere.
3) she should lodge La Valette somewhere back down the Valley.

In fact, snow amounts this year made us change programmes. There was a fair amount of snow ranging from 2200-2300 m.
On the second day of track, between the Col de la Vanoise to the Arpont we haven't built a snow field still walking trail and had to backtrack to Pralognan.

The next morning we woke up to rain. After lengthy inquiries about other sections for offences went at noon to 3 and a half days in beautiful. We went in the valley up to the Col de Chaviere and kept the track (the part that was supposed to be the last two days).

Because the originally planned seven days out we have another day.
Took advantage of the fact that we had a rental car and drove to Palud and next day we trekked to the Lac Blanc snow.

Some updates to the specified post's:

Transport
We were four and we preferred to rent a car to ease your back and to achieve flexibility (in retrospect it was successful because it could go at the end of the trip to Mont Blanc and do a day trip). The difference in cost was 50 euros per person.

Pralognan hotels
We slept at the Hotel Club Vacanciel La Vanoise Pralognan. The cost was € 95 for four includes breakfast (reservation site booking.com)

Cabins
* We cabins which provide needed so no Crocs Sandals bring sandals.
* Hot shower cost 2 euro (all cabins except Polset Peclet were warm water).
* Picnic lunch-bag cost about 10 euros (recall contains no fresh bread, ham, cheese, salad and a roaniz cookie).

Map
VisuGPX site has an interactive map of the trail is great.

Photos:
Pictures of me are impressive.
To understand the differences in the amount of snow will add one image the same place where the photograph was the penultimate's post (for the Lac des Vaches 2300 m altitude)
< IMG style = "WIDTH: 806px; HEIGHT: 523px "border = 0 src =" https: "width =//lh5.googleusercontent.com/-T9nG4P_XFd0/Ud-73wMmdHI/AAAAAAAABmI/bAjc0mT6p7Q/s1152/IMG_8588_PAN.jpg height = > 533 995

If you wish, I can add more pictures.

Thanks again for the original post and help.
Jonathan


Nice picture, it's my understanding we see pretty wet snow, Jonathan and close the lens according to the point, am I right?
Obviously I have to compliment you on the beauty of the image perception teaches about eye of photographer's obvious and very sincere and gmmtzlma advanced knowledge and understanding very attractive use.
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ylivny  
#27 Posted : Wednesday, July 17, 2013 1:01:55 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = naty_h]
Nice picture, it's my understanding we see pretty wet snow, Jonathan and close the lens according to the point, am I right?
Obviously I have to compliment you on the beauty of the image perception teaches about eye of photographer's obvious and very sincere and gmmtzlma advanced knowledge and understanding very attractive use.


I don't know much in the snow so I don't know what the meaning of "wet snow" or "heavy snowfall".

Lake arrived at noon so that the snow was soft and so is compressed approximately 10 to 20 cm in. In the morning and the snow was harder and was cm.

All the pros and cons.
A planar walking on snow is much easier and faster progress. However, steep slopes and side Bank in danger of skating.
No danger of soft snow (even if fall, stop quickly) but the walk hard (a bit like walking on dunes).

About photography-thank you for the compliment.
I'm not sure I really qualify her. The place was so beautiful that it was hard to picture is not successful.
The specific image is actually a war of two images (Panorama).

And the camera is actually very simple – Canon PowerShot SX10 IS.

It is an old camera (markets from late 2008) has a CCD sensor that brings all the disadvantages of small cameras. What I love about this camera the amazing zoom range (28-560 mm) and the ability to snap a 0 cm macro (as a fan this large plants). All this within a relatively small body.

Jonathan
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#28 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 12:08:02 AM(UTC)
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Hey everyone,

First of all thanks for the post and idea.
We're back (three pairs) at the beginning of the week of the tour.
Reading and looking at the pictures in the thread I think the ideal situation for us was snowball, than for me and less with Jonathan.
Did the rounds on aim and a reference book like for me, one change: the first day we climbed to Refuge de la Valette cabin as a reference.
I highly recommend not to forego the climb, it was a good day:
The climb:



The Lake below the hut:



And the cabin itself:



Two more pictures for comparison to snow mode:
Lac de l ' Arpont certainly is one of the highlights of the Trek:



And for the Lac des Vaches to appear and with Jonathan's post:




In summary a short Trek.
Speaking about the question of Greece that my conclusion is that the direction described in the book better because that's the last two days are the best and I personally prefer the Trek build toward climax, not vice versa.
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#29 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 12:32:17 AM(UTC)
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Stunning picture-dew Thanks
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#30 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 3:13:06 AM(UTC)
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Beautiful pictures!!!

Definitely catch the snow in perfect condition.
ylivny  
#31 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 12:13:39 PM(UTC)
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Very beautiful picture.

It's amazing what three weeks of Sun make snow line. Our feeling was that the snow doesn't melt.

What was the trail between l ' Arpont cabin to Col de la Vanoise?
Snow videos had been difficult to cross-
What was the status of Col de Assois- (Last month it was still closed)

If you have a link to more pictures from an album I'd like to see.

Jonathan
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#32 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 4:17:45 PM(UTC)
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Hey Jonathan,

The path between a l ' Arpont to the Col de la Vanoise hut was open.
There were several walk in snow, but not complicated.
Col de Assois was passed. Also rising and falling snow was quite covered the highlights and rogo although the total marked.
We went through the pass, although I must admit this was beyond challenge, he arrived at the end of the long day. Those who recommend hand time to divide the day into two parts when possible.

More pictures from the track can be seen here.
ylivny  
#33 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 6:07:03 PM(UTC)
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The differences are incredible.
Here are two similar images dengmoth by three weeks. Find the differences:

Before:

After:


Before:

After:
איתי  
#34 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 6:09:52 PM(UTC)
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Hey Tal
Nice pictures!!
Especially from now I get Valette not us there despite weather
אלי  
#35 Posted : Monday, January 6, 2014 10:10:19 PM(UTC)
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Hello, me

Thanks for the post.

I'm new to the Forum.

Wishes to receive more detailed information about the ways.

I tried to search the specified assemblies but without success, and if the price is EUR 45 per track?

Me comfort

איתי  
#36 Posted : Monday, January 6, 2014 11:49:45 PM(UTC)
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Hey Ellie.
Welcome:-).
I don't think you can be more specific than I have outlined.
From what I checked (on sites of trains and buses) to 1.7.2014 fare is € 43.7 direction towards and can save more if you buy the card 5€ back and forth on the bus:
Train.
Bus
Don't panic, suspend the links, you can find something more comfortable.

Editing:

I see the site of the find has not been saved, do search from Geneva Airport to Moutiers-Salins-Brides-les-Bains

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Edited by user Tuesday, January 7, 2014 7:55:08 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#37 Posted : Monday, January 27, 2014 10:03:51 PM(UTC)
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Looks amazing

Thank you!

Is there some routes also bypass roads that are at low altitude?

When I was at TMB usually have alternative routes.

I prefer to diversify routes also pass through more green areas in the mountains.

Thank you very much.

Ronen

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#38 Posted : Tuesday, January 28, 2014 8:44:13 AM(UTC)
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Hi Ronen

The route described, i.e. comprehensive listing two (2 passim) you have to get to switch from one side of the ridge on the other side, the rest of the track you have freedom to choose the course.

I haven't looked at the map to the other track, but to me the first day I can tell you that because of the weather we changed it to stay low in the Valley. I'm sure lower options even in the third and fourth days (Monday and Thursday the cost to passim)
איתי  
#39 Posted : Friday, May 2, 2014 9:38:30 AM(UTC)
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I'm moving here's question

[Quote = עופר999; 579327] Hi.
I went to the site of the Park. Some routes around 7, 6, 4 days. What are the differences between them? And two out of the Park: LANDRY TO MODANE
Thank you
Ofer
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#40 Posted : Friday, May 2, 2014 10:29:06 AM(UTC)
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Hi Ofer, I presume you meant to these tracks:

UserPostedImage

The blue route is the route I did in 2012
The two longer routes going up to La Valette as Jonathan plans to make hotel a year ago, but did add two days with her to col de Chaviere.

Landry to Modane is of 5 days based on the length of the route gr5 about 80 km from col de la vanoise to modane is the route of the purple on the map. More than that I can't really tell you.
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