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#1 Posted : Sunday, August 12, 2012 11:43:25 PM(UTC)

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Hello to everyone!
We plan to trek from Zermatt Matterhorn Circuit or also called The Tour of the Matterhorn.
We'd love to know if anyone here has done it in the past, especially the last 4 days once-separate whr (Arolla village) has a story or that we consult with him.
In addition to the question about the company that made the whr, what camping option at night and sleep in lodges, especially in some Swiss, are there camping villages/towns through emphasis on days near Zermatt

Thanks in advance for your answer
#2 Posted : Monday, August 13, 2012 4:07:52 AM(UTC)

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First of all, I can sell you the friendly manual for a great price if you bought it brand new, then I decided to change the design and do spin Monte Rosa, so contact me in private.

About the story line, a lot of information you won't find in Hebrew to rotate the Matterhorn but the Trek is the same as the high road with Greece the areola to Zermatt, meaning most of the Trek, so you can use the stories through.

About camping, I leave in September to nearly all camping so I did a little digging and checking online first, much of the confirmed to open them in any payment and using their facilities, and there is camping.
Rick McCutcheon's reporting, in a tent:
Http://besthike.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/mt-blanc-to matterhorn% E2% 80% 93-day 2/

About opening a tent open areas dry law forbid it in Switzerland but ...
If you open the tent toward the dark and leave early in the morning, keep clean you without littering and so should be fine.

I haven't had to read about enforcing the law, but it is better not to risk it.

Another note: all reading the Trek requires equipment half of glaciers, meaning you need a rope, crampons and ice axes l'm not sure. Consider this when planning the weight that you take on yourself because it's very taxing, especially if you take a tent and cooking equipment shcsh.
The existing option to rent any cabin equipment and other cabin back to use but not to specific checked about that deeply.

Useful information:
Http://www.traildino.com/trace/continents-Italy-Europe/countries/trails-Tour _ du_Matterhorn

The only article in Hebrew, I assume you've read:
Http://www.masa.co.il/article/5573/%D7%98%D7%A8%D7%A7% D7% A1% D7% 95% D7% 91% D7% 91% D7%, 9E,% D7% A8% D7% 99% D7% 94% D7% 95% D7% A8% D7% 9 c% 3A% D7% A7% D7% A8% D7% 97% D7% 95% D7% A0% D7% 99% D7% 2 c% D7% points% 90% D7% 95% D7% 9B% D7% A4% D7% 99% D7% 95% D7% points% D7% A4% D7% A1% D7% 94% D7% 95% D7% AA,

A little something about the design:
Note about the europewag but he reopened his bridge closed until further notice so should consider walking times.

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