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shaharellert  
#21 Posted : Saturday, February 9, 2013 11:59:55 PM(UTC)
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Arthur, part of the Great himalaya trail passes through Nepal.

1700 km I didn't place, but I saw that a lot of information on the Internet.

Try this site http://www.greathimalayatrail.com
There are also maps so you can get a general impression of the sequence and the track. Shaharellert 41314.8800925926
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#22 Posted : Monday, February 11, 2013 5:43:10 PM(UTC)
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It says that going alone doesn't get pramit, minimum set of 2.

I also don't like the idea of traveling to a place like this without a manual.
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#23 Posted : Monday, February 11, 2013 8:02:04 PM(UTC)
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I don't know him, but:

Http://www.patagoniaexpress.com/huella_andina.htm

Andina Huella-translates to "trace Andean dishes." About 540 miles to the North.

Remote, expensive ticket, much harder to find stuff, I'm not sure what the level of the track.

Pros: reverse, months.
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#24 Posted : Saturday, March 23, 2013 11:02:35 AM(UTC)
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I had to open a new topic for those already touched me.

To get a visa for New Zealand is hard like a visa to the US? (Those who do not know so I didn't get to ask us not to discuss it.
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#25 Posted : Saturday, March 23, 2013 2:54:02 PM(UTC)
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As of 2012 get free 3 months without special problems.
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#26 Posted : Saturday, March 23, 2013 5:50:04 PM(UTC)
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I saw that by 3 months do not need to ask.
I was on a tourist visa for 6 months.
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#27 Posted : Saturday, March 23, 2013 5:53:24 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Amnonl] I have an awesome track. You open in the TMB Chamonix against Greece clockwise to Cormier. Exceeding of Aosta Valley AV1 and AV2 Cormier returns to on of Aosta Valley. Continue on to the TMB map, and exceed WHR towards Zermatt. At the end you get to rotate Matterhorn and terminates in Zermatt. All this based on camping and cooking myself. There are lots of places to purchase on my way. This gives you approximately 40 days have the most beautiful in Europe. There is no reason to go for one when you can combine several trails intersect. Take a look at the map and see how beautiful these trails get along wonderful sequence

Aosta Valley AV1 download file
To view all the Google Earth software
Google Earth file of AV1
Google Earth file of AV2
Google Earth file of TMB
Google Earth file of WHR

Note: If there is a problem opening the AV1-2 files then open them with Notepad and delete row 13 makes this problem sometimes

Which software I open these files?
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#28 Posted : Monday, March 25, 2013 3:08:55 AM(UTC)
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I guess the real question I want to ask and fear is:
Where can I find a long walkway (over 1000) you can walk in the Israeli open sequence without passport/EU/New Zealand dollar.
I'd like to help topic. Arthur 41358.006400463
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#29 Posted : Monday, March 25, 2013 11:01:23 AM(UTC)
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You open them in Google Earth
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#30 Posted : Monday, March 25, 2013 5:18:09 PM(UTC)
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No problem take it when I come back from work (Yes there are people who work in the seder)
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#31 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 12:35:57 AM(UTC)
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Arthur has already answered you pretty
In South America have all the trails you want but why 1000 miles?
Why not five or ten Grand?

Swiss guy I met there was equipped with horse and necessarily in that order, the length wasn't stringing me along this.

Not good for you?
So what's wrong Marika saved to La Paz Bolivia Andes crossed on foot or by bike?

If you let you track you share pozolmventa, Calma, Iquique, San Pedro de atakamas moved in the motorbike motorcycle later moved to motorized Laguna Verde and Uyuni seven years later know Israelis who moved there in exactly this path bikes.

Can't believe there's something mshtoa it but I'm biased ... and if you're on this it's a dry track and very high when his mother moved him years ago bike, so you can handle.

There are also other tracks further north in Peru equally beautiful but not less high dry and stimim in Brazil.
Spoken also on Patagonia winter, but summer here where you get cold. .
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#32 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 2:10:05 PM(UTC)
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Arthur, about your question for a visa six months in New Zealand (information as of 2007 but I thought I heard that stays the same from someone that was me):
When you get in you get free visa for 3 months you can extend it when you're there for three months in charge (can't remember how). Obviously if you want to travel in a row you can see if you can obtain a visa for six months or simply follow the extension immediately as you.

At the time when I came to prolong everything that interests them it had money to continue the trip (they don't want illegals, but they're not hysterical as the Americans)
New Zealand also is likely to meet you if you send them an email with your query. They are exceptionally nice people.
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#33 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 5:26:14 PM(UTC)
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First, thank you thread.

I'm not hooked on 1000 miles or any other length.
But since I'm traveling abroad can walk the path I prefer long and interesting adventure rather than a 200 mile even though it is very difficult (e.g. GR 20) you can finish it in a week and a half.

Long trail 2000 + miles, that's something that requires taking "some" life and I need to think about it a little bit. Two months abroad is more like a scratch.

About South America, so I wouldn't have discouraged talk that people would say, for example, that no longer paths are arranged and there's always reliable maps or guide books. Things I prefer because I'm traveling alone and prefers rough trails.
Would love it if you put me wrong and will include links to style guide CICERONE or TRAILBLAZER.
I don't want a bike or bike trails.

All the above I love Europe-long trails, but there are indeed hard infrastructure.
Don't know if I'm right, of course there's nothing to discuss. You can say I'm missing some feeling of adventurousness make Trek a remote area without having a neat book.

I'd like to hear your opinion on these things.
If you have suggestions on trails too.

Lidor,
Thanks a lot! I will check this issue.
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#34 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 5:47:11 PM(UTC)
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Arthur is my friend,

I told you it then meets Forum and I still believe that, try to take a chance with something once is not BY THE BOOK literally and see whether it fits you.

I plan a journey to Patagonia from November this year and will be up in due time all the details and planning. Maybe it's something to talk to you. You can build a huge runs almost anywhere in the world (without logistical assistance). It just requires a lot of research.

What about the option of trails in Scandinavia? If you want I can upload the track to a good friend of mine from Holland and made a year ago. 3000 km across Scandinavia to the North Cape in Norway.

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#35 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 5:55:50 PM(UTC)
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Eyal dear friend,
I remember what you told me.
I don't know how to do so.
Sure you can walk from anywhere to anywhere in the world and more are tzioilitzatia every few days. But there is something about no control over a tidy from a to z adventure experience of a particular type with all the difficulty and its Bassa and meet people sometimes stuck right in your situation and the path value. You know what I'm talking about.

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#36 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 6:06:29 PM(UTC)
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I know what you mean. Nevertheless, I take this opportunity to give you information about something else. Here's an itinerary that did TOEK Scandinavia. If you want give you a Google Earth file and supply points and other information. You are also invited to contact him if you want.
Eyal

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#37 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 9:12:35 PM(UTC)
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Good for transmitting

Actually just the concatenating assignment made me crashing feeling that you travel and why it's a shame to miss.

Then came Jimmy learned line the dromamricait below the continent to depth and I walk by the book, even when there is no book written so there are rules and thus I travel by the book of the place that is by the people and the local culture.

In dromamrica very clearly between saved Argentina Brazil below Europe and Bolivia's Andean dishes akodor Peru, Venezuela Colombia and Caribbean States.

Just the shadow has the best infrastructure parks arranged a place for tents, explanations are usually free of the kunaf organization the nature articles, precious and beautiful treks described in books.

Existing books are hand book today's book market very string s.a., Jim Bartel's book on Cordillera Blanca y Skunk in the Juarez, there are mountain guides trekking people whatever you want in the kaza de Peru and Juarez Geass transport in rivers and Peru also principals have all gongelim must register with every COP in every remote village look ridiculous but keeps the traveler and always better to hire a local guide and acquire language.

Difficult to impossible but difficult, visitors can join each section so I used just as you do any other Trek.

I just don't think any priority over Europe in the shadow for instance or even Brazil and Argentina.

The fact is that a lot of travelers also Peru books written for Western travelers do not.

So allow.

To get a particular track you need to define what you want
Gongelim mountain? Tunnels?
Need to dig a little more here than elsewhere and that the Bill does not always match that passing boats and cars also need to change the normal style and settle with the place, but on the other hand, if you are adventurous, then this is the place.

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#38 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 9:21:49 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = imtl] Arthur buddy,

I told you it then meets Forum and I still believe that, try to take a chance with something once is not BY THE BOOK literally and see whether it fits you.

I plan a journey to Patagonia from November this year and will be up in due time all the details and planning. Maybe it's something to talk to you. You can build a huge runs almost anywhere in the world (without logistical assistance). It just requires a lot of research.

What about the option of trails in Scandinavia? If you want I can upload the track to a good friend of mine from Holland and made a year ago. 3000 km across Scandinavia to the North Cape in Norway.

ALE


ALE if you need help I know this area isn't bad and things suggest to go to the right people, for instance three members spent three months 2000 km in Patagonia on kayaks listed Lamont to nettles the credentials they have slowly the tzilianit harmada.

There was no easy route. Even opened on my website hosting so that everything needs to find the appropriate way for him, and the appropriate keys if you want do to help most of the research I've done when I was there, and what is not with the language and experience easier than others.
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#39 Posted : Sunday, March 31, 2013 10:50:02 PM(UTC)
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So first thing snapped and I am very happy about the feedback that refreshes.
From what you describe the setting wasn't always fits that Bill passing cars, boats and horses also need to change the normal style and settle with the place-it's a little disturbing to me and I don't think we're talking about the same style of trip.
When I say long I mean the Bill for allowing the walk the walk and it is often very challenging, not to move from one village to another by foot on dirt roads that allow travel.
Can't say I don't enjoy it because I actually haven't tried it. But I think what is special about this forum is the longest heiking share nature and backpacking.

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#40 Posted : Monday, April 1, 2013 3:39:32 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = naty_h] [QUOTE = imtl] Arthur buddy,

I told you it then meets Forum and I still believe that, try to take a chance with something once is not BY THE BOOK literally and see whether it fits you.

I plan a journey to Patagonia from November this year and will be up in due time all the details and planning. Maybe it's something to talk to you. You can build a huge runs almost anywhere in the world (without logistical assistance). It just requires a lot of research.

What about the option of trails in Scandinavia? If you want I can upload the track to a good friend of mine from Holland and made a year ago. 3000 km across Scandinavia to the North Cape in Norway.

ALE


ALE if you need help I know this area isn't bad and things suggest to go to the right people, for instance three members spent three months 2000 km in Patagonia on kayaks listed Lamont to nettles the credentials they have slowly the tzilianit harmada.

There was no easy route. Even opened on my website hosting so that everything needs to find the appropriate way for him, and the appropriate keys if you want do to help most of the research I've done when I was there, and what is not with the language and experience easier than others.


I didn't steal this thread but I appreciate the desire to help. After several months of research and planning already have detailed plans about. Is Theroux Hayek of 2800 km. Post when the time comes. I appreciate the desire to help.
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