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#41 Posted : Wednesday, September 10, 2014 7:08:03 AM(UTC)
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Hi amber,
Mention at first I came to Slovenia in the first place to do for her national and my efforts concentrate on projects and to implement the program. For that reason I can recommend and book only on the sections of the trail and adjacent areas.
Well, let's go back to the previous page.


Maribor-Slovenj. Gradec-so what to look for in the dense forests of poachoreia — unless you really desire. Not so in this area because of views that go green tunnel of trees. The only thing you do and troakerim.


Slovenj Gradec-nor-section Solcava exciting.


-Zgorne Jezersko Solcava. Alpine section for all intents and purposes. High difficulty. You say you don't want it.


Jezersko-Trzic Zgorne-segment beyond that should interest you.


Mojstrana-Trzic-walking on the ridge line (not high alpine) with lovely views to Slovenia and Austria – this could be a good option for you. There are bungalows throughout the section that takes four days to complete. Recommend you check the way in advance if you rely on them. Difficulty here isn't easy but there are sharp and grades via privatization.


Mojstrana Vrsic Pass-Alpine section-hard. In Slovenia according to many. As you probably noticed a lot of people traveling specifically to go in this National Park. Well besides the VRATA Valley walk to the foot of the teriglab (highly recommended day trip) If you are interested in walking you have to request here.


-Trenta-piece Vrsic and very difficult. The ialovac is the best things that happened in my life. And maybe among the experiences that inspired me to start climbing. I would recommend you explore the SOCA Valley. Beautiful river with natural emanations from the mountains and waterfalls. Another day trip you can sleep in TRENTA.


-Petrovo Berdo Trenta-can be a good option for you. Walking in the teriglab Lakes area between peaks. But no sharp ups and via privatization. There are cabins on the way. Taking part in the four days.


After these segments for starts South and leave the area. So maybe not worth the time if you have only a week.

I gotta go, hope I helped a little.
Be here in the evening for further questions.

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#42 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 3:00:43 PM(UTC)
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Hey Arthur,

I have a few questions about the path through all the thread yet as I want to be sure, hope not to repeat things:

I see the opportunity to do something a little different for starters, don't do this kind of trip abroad but I wouldn't define myself as someone who has trouble walking a lot and weight.

1. via parata condemned many a thread and I must say it's the first time I came across the term. So I'm trying to figure out what level of difficulty and especially if I never saw anything? Is this a deal breaker or inexperience doesn't have influence should basically similar things in the past and have no fear of heights?

2. travel alone-much like to travel only twice but I never got this kind of trip and noticed that you explore on your own. What approach the subject? Is this intentional, or so went out And would you recommend to do the course like this or that better partner?

3. the case is currently looking for a bag that fits me in the long run and my aim is your style trip (not necessarily from cabin to cabin). One of the notable names who got the "about" and also available in Israel was osprey kestrel 48. Of course, I measured it in the store and it is very comfortable, my question is, does your experience matches the kind of trip, especially the size (48-46 litre)? I assume that if and he could serve more tours.

4. how significant the tent was going to sleep in a tent? That is saved or responsible? There were plenty of places you can do that? Did miss it or it's part of the experience?

5. maps-topic about it already and have friendly's book but I just wanted to understand whether you have purchased all the regions maps or trip necessary? If you purchased, did it gradually with the progress in track or purchase them at the first opportunity? Are purchased in advance or Slovenia?

6. Sleeping cabins and review-I realized you didn't bbkatot don't need a reservation. What kind of conduct would suggest the rest of the time? I.e. towns and villages (where there were asleep in a tent), spontaneity (and find) and if you are having problems? Or organized and invited? It was a list of accommodation options in various villages before you started?

7. track-by-track realized marked throughout clearly. Were there times you have exceeded the original path or should an exception (to create interest)? There were days staying an extra day in the village and made from urban light track or depositing some nice site Is there anything we recommend?

Hope filled too, and I'd be glad if you could help me, thanks in advance.

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#43 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 3:47:56 PM(UTC)
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1. of the first question is difficult to answer.
This route via privatization isn't easy. But over the difficulty I think kind of soft rock in the Slovenian Alps is also dangerous.
Experienced similar things said in the past. Several more.
Basically no one force you to do things you don't feel safe to do. Although it is impossible to know that you're getting into problematic until you're there-although great book selections are vulnerable to back and do ..... even if it means to alter its path.

2. I approach walking alone. This is important to me. Of course it was intentional.
I think you should answer yourself on that question. Are you ready to go for only long for everything that it entails.

3. all travel bag sitting a good fit for you. The equipment is not what prevent you from completing the Bill.
The ksterl is a great case. How he sits you.

4. completely tent accommodation was an integral part of the experience and necessary. I don't believe you can go for long and based on.
Some huts were full. Some are closed. In large part from there. Sometimes I have to hide from storms immediately and could not proceed until the next cabin.
The tent allows lots of flexibility on this issue.

5. No friendly ' school replaces the map. The property is ideally all maps of the areas you pass.
I buy the map and in villages along the way.

6. I don't believe in taking things. I just came from connecting to people over a pint or looking for a place to put a tent.
What conduct would recommend? Definitely not what I did. Be organized and order everything. After a few nights in stunning locations like bus stations or Pergola of the packaging these insights come from. On the other hand, I still love the uncertainty of not knowing where to sleep at night. Each scratch.

7. the route is marked throughout with varying levels of quality. Sometimes great and sometimes horror. Will edit for each situation.
I don't recall off-axis to see something special though as I know myself, that's for sure happened.
I don't do urban trips for days when I was stopping to rest was villages out to search other adventures not necessarily related to hike in the mountains.

Most importantly have fun.

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#44 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 3:51:30 PM(UTC)
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Tack I'm at work and have a cell phone so I guess I'm not as informative as I aspire to be. But it's the beginning of a dialogue, not a monologue. Hope you understand.
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#45 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 8:30:48 PM(UTC)
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First of all, thanks for the comment! Maybe you like so informative but helped me and of course I have more questions to add:

1. gather, from what I've read, via parata is an integral part of the course and giving him some "fumble" shamoto significant course challenge level too (and dealing with). Therefore, I'm trying to figure out whether it's something unusual than usual to not get myself to adventure that could come out of it. The review noted that this idea that you encountered in this track, and a so-called "experimental," is it something like the difficulty level to what you see sometimes in the country (especially in the desert) when the rods to help (as in, complete, Palm, etc) and Europe called? Or it's something slightly more complicated (I don't think soft rock problem)? I'm trying to understand, trying, as having first concept for this, whether via parata is a problem if I get with a record?

2. ask more directed towards personal security were sometimes being alone was a problem? All natural and rural situations.

4. the subject of storms, weather control you often or that it is a few times? I plan to leave in mid-July, is that area might be problematic in terms of genre.

6. I really connect to, maybe a little extreme, but for total I think that your reviews caught my attention. However, if order and speaking of organization, did you even can make planning and reservation on the trip. Or you're a few days into the trip. Is it possible (Internet)? Or even preparation of uninvited accommodation options?

Perhaps surpassed myself.

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#46 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 8:45:56 PM(UTC)
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1. Please show me where I wrote that I encountered for the first time in Slovenia via privatization (sarcasm really show me) if I wrote it, it's lack of accuracy that is simply not true! I need to fix this thing right now.
Look, the big idea of privatization is to give Moya and actually make the section without help was the province of rock climbers only, accessible to aiikrim. I have a solid background in rock climbing, too, so I was very careful when I come to recommend passage via privatization to someone else that is very difficult for me to speculate how a person feels.
Via privatization more difficult route than what divides it in this country. But a healthy person with no fear of heights as specified and in good shape is supposed to handle.
Soft rock is a big problem, because people you rock you rock and later becomes very fast and sleek danger level.
Most people walk around with VIA FERRATA KIT including a helmet. And in a particular section (ROUTE is) even defined as type section. But it is only an option and it is not necessary to do it.

Bottom line, it's something impossible but requires caution.

2. the fact that I am always poses a problem. No path becomes more difficult because of being alone but if something happens and you are alone in an isolated area, you're in serious trouble. This is something that should be taken into account at all times.
I always say when you can pair replacement contains being idiots. Once you and he once. But when you're alone you can't afford to be a jerk to world.
If you have concerns and this is for your first Alpine so maybe we should really consider dating a partner.
On the other hand I these always recommend people to nature and to understand the strengths and the quietness of the shiia alone. But I think this is not the place for this discussion much emotions charged and philosophy.

4. Yes, it is. It's frequent storms this afternoon. Can be very dangerous.
Frequently updated weather expected at every opportunity, consider taking a watch with barometer if you have all the time to be with a finger on the pulse and one eye on the clouds and wind. Get you maps to help you escape to a safe place if the weather turns over.
Trying to get as much early in order to get to a safe place in the afternoon when chances for storms.

6. number of friendly has the list of all the way, if you can begin to call and make reservations.
Basically the only place which is a problem of the teriglab Valley is very popular with locals and nationals. So maybe there should make reservations.
Elsewhere the often incomplete and sometimes even was the only person in the cabin.
But again, this tent is mandatory in orbit.

Editing:

OK I understand what you mean.  What I meant by seeing what this VIA FERRATA Kit for the first time in my life. Via privatization seen before but I didn't see that there is a special type of equipment. Speaking in Europe it extremely engaging everything with rating difficulty levels.

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#47 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:02:12 PM(UTC)
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"A friendly guide to recommended safety equipment appropriate for the helmet, Alpine-via privatization.
The vast majority of the people I saw in the Alpine sections use helmet + via privatization I used because I honestly don't know what this is about at all before I saw something like this for the first time and I don't think I was using hindsight because of considerations. "

I realized I could be wrong. Regardless, I realized you had experience in climbing, because it seems to me the kind of weird. Anyway, I'm looking for ש"תדחוף me for something that I can do but I'm looking to get my limitations expressed in the best way.

How would you recommend to access these sections equipment-wise, if I do the full

-Specifies that some of the things children and families so that I believe the practical level I don't have a problem with is the fact that I'm a bigger affect equipment On the physical keyboard parts (arms, legs)?

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#48 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:11:04 PM(UTC)
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Now I understand where the confusion. I mean I haven't seen via privatization ever Kit

If you do the full course will be hauling full kit case is completely unnecessary. Instead, be really careful this vibrant city in the dangerous sections and if you fall so that hurt really bad or worse.

The full case effect of course, stronger climber and is ideally to have weight hanging on the back to get you off-balance.

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#49 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:20:38 PM(UTC)
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-Anyway you give the full path or campaign that would take only a harness?

-There might be an option for you to rent or obtain the relevant areas equipment? So walk with only where really needed it.

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#50 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:25:03 PM(UTC)
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I don't know an option to rent equipment via privatization, but I'm sure it exists. Ask the Slovenian Association PZS before departure. Their branch in Maribor in the main square.
Do the walk with privatization is carried out only where needed. A few sections of the long path but they are there.

I didn't understand the first question.

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#51 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:47:34 PM(UTC)
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Do you know now that via parata Kit would be the full path (not just specific parts) without a kit? Or taking say harness was logged on the considerations?

Would you quit without Kitt as visibly responsible or which can live with (Israeli and European eyes of course lol)?
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#52 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 9:55:46 PM(UTC)
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I would not take it. Reasons of weight and space.

I don't think I can answer the second question.

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#53 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 10:12:22 PM(UTC)
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I realized, I had no intention to make you recommend and take responsibility for individual thing that depends on many variables that are not familiar with. Words were clear enough now let my considerations to work system.

On another subject: where would you put the graph on your experience (at the same time you left him, of course)?
I mean what you went through (Israel side trail) before you left? It was enough Would you recommend to someone else.
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#54 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 10:19:47 PM(UTC)
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GR20
GR10

A very interesting question. Physically, I guess it's easier than both. Though both have more impressive increase data accumulates.
Outside Slovenia is a variety over a mountain ridge's crossing as prinas or Corsica. There are many mountain sections but remember it across the entire country and therefore going much in the Woods and valleys. Therefore, the physical and technical difficulty when concentrated in some areas and throughout the path.

I don't know if the groomed trails in good shape or not. Every Bill I feel comes as a blank page. I have a hard time every bill, sometimes completely different things. But somehow I always feel like I'm giving 100 percent.
I know there are trails easier and a lot more in terms of infrastructure. As most popular trail so there is more organized infrastructure making it more accessible to a wider audience (and back again).
But apart from a lot of free time and do not believe there is any need for a special experience for every Alpine Trek this compared to another. If you can go for, then you can go mountain also in Slovenia.

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#55 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 11:01:09 PM(UTC)
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My consideration to go for timing is especially noticed that July and August is the busiest and most popular trails in the area of Europe in General and more in particular sellers (like the GR20) and this time I have. Outside Slovenia seemed less familiar and so does tole less full. Maybe it's the wrong judgment, but once fromthis was way back and might be followed to keep another target (possibly korisch).

If you have already remembered the GR20, there great thing exists via parata but I haven't seen a reference to equipment there is a significant difference between sections?

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#56 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 11:25:56 PM(UTC)
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There's also a problematic section. Cirque du solitude.
It's hard for me to judge what is more dangerous or difficult.

If audio turns on then turns on like you said.
In a big way. The only Slovenian teriglab thing pretty desolate. Be alone much longer.

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#57 Posted : Thursday, March 26, 2015 11:27:28 PM(UTC)
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There's no mention of KITT in the GR20 like that, there's a reason for that?

On the subject of equipment, seen through your lists, but only in order to understand and to be more specific:

-Warm clothing and water-know the system still to understand thermal shirt and micro fleece + DOWN and a raincoat will do the job? Taste of rain pants Via parata finger gloves?

Cooking equipment-which? Small pot, balloon and a hotplate + 're letting her in enough? Punching or flare- Got to much?

The k-5 will do? You should get something special, big Pack against heating capacity kg?

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#58 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2015 1:45:14 AM(UTC)
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Why not save even on dry feet during the walk in the rain?
Finger gloves via privatization can give.

Of cooking equipment. Not פק"ל coffee.
I use the flare. I no longer remember the accessibility of gas. Perhaps only in bigger towns. In certain villages.
Had to cook. Pasta and soup. As I cook always.

I went with a sleeping bag-7. I remember one night I had him cold. Although hard to believe as the temperature dropped below freezing. I was in the area + 4° c. I arrived at the cabin near the top of a mountain and I discovered to my astonishment she closed.
I could stay on the same day at the cabin where I was a few hours ago but insisted to keep going a little longer to take advantage of the daylight hours.

I didn't understand what you meant with big face heat capacity kg What is this?
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#59 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2015 1:52:26 AM(UTC)
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Not like the compression level. Just a question about some related, I wanted to try to figure out if there is an impact on the level of compression (much smaller) to the heating level.

I know it varies from bag bag but primarily what you know or you have had.

If I'm a little unclear so unimportant.

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#60 Posted : Friday, March 27, 2015 2:01:05 AM(UTC)
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Wow you went here for a hard to find him. Those who remember the sleeping threads with Excel tables can testify.
In principle No. There is no direct correlation between the size of the bag compressed mode and the heating, since heating capacity (rather solitary) affects mainly or even just can say the quantity and quality of the bag pattern-whether it is upside down or synthetic.
Therefore quality down sleeping bag can insulate better and at the same time to better fit a sleeping economy lie.

In a nutshell.

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