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easyman  
#1 Posted : Friday, April 12, 2013 1:54:02 AM(UTC)
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Would you take your tarptant to rainy mountain trek rainy and snowy high I think to trek if the double Rainbow.
But deciding whether to take the heavier Perino who stood in harsh conditions before.
The past few tarptant rain, precipitation, storm wind and light headed if pegs and ropes stretching and walking sticks vertically,
But still not sure if I can trust in.
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#2 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 12:04:59 PM(UTC)
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Yes
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#3 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 1:00:45 PM(UTC)
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Eyal-a long answer.
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#4 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 1:25:34 PM(UTC)
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You don't say what isiman, how and at what level.
What is the profit of weight between Perino and the tarptant-

As a general rule I would say yes-provided you have a sleeping bag that matches the conditions you specify, but note that you write "snowy mountains and high mountains" how? Note enters field gray area between mountain trek, which features a walk in the mountains and in the end the Valley or a cabin and stay (call it climbing or untniring or whatever you want) you are staying high day and night under all conditions.

The tarptant not designed and built institutions to cope with the strength of winds and storms in the mountains with heavy snow load.
Note that canvas tents take mountains are heavier materials, they have more rods that move them and support many docking points.

Obviously, from what I can see from your comments you probably already know all of what I wrote.

In summary, I think the whole thing is kind of easy ו"משחק bet" between lightweight and durability and strength. The question of what is more important to you.


I was taking the Tharp, patch, maybe floor rods sheet Sapphire and hope for good weather.

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#5 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 1:53:47 PM(UTC)
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This storm mountain storm. You get buried with heavy tent. Tharp has docking spots, too, including interest of camping experience in different types of surface barrier that some tent.

He wrote that he was taking a hike. So really the question is what kind of Trek.

It was too long Ma ...
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#6 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 2:11:06 PM(UTC)
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Because it's about something serious, I itzgati the extreme mode.
Tarptant (no matter what model) never will wind or snow load dedicated mountain tent stands on them. They don't have enough "meat".
To be buried with the tent in snow is to be buried in snow after your tent collapsed it more dangerous.

I hand I do say yes lterk mountain was dating my tarptant but I'm sure I have emergency equipment.

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#7 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 2:21:41 PM(UTC)
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I think you need to clarify what you mean. If you're talking about a very high peak climbing with expected extreme weather very well. There is nothing to take Tharp. On the other hand, even this tent is very problematic. Need a piece of logistics and dedicated equipment for climbing. But because it is such a condition (less than obvious opens the thread) so you can count on. Spare equipment for offering excellent whether expected something difficult climate I favor.
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#8 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 5:36:04 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the replies indeed take the tarptant! That is easier for 1.2 pounds including tiibk and inner liner
Proving himself at least medium conditions when light rain and snow
Learned all his weaknesses, especially at the bottom,
I criticize him if ropes and poles walking vertically connect the rings over the openings, using pegs and pegs Y snow of MSR.
Just wondering if anyone who has tarptant longer than
Recommend him to harsh conditions that don't require a tent
4 seasons.
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#9 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 5:42:22 PM(UTC)
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ALE-September in the Indian Himalayas. Parvati Valley area, Spiti and kinnaur Trek. Maybe the duck.
The DB do the trick or it was too big a risk.
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#10 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 5:47:22 PM(UTC)
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That's what I'm asking to direct the State of Sikkim, קנצ'נגונג'ה. There are kiosks in some places, but prefer to sleep in a tent. 41378.6193171296 easyman
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#11 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 6:04:31 PM(UTC)
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You can take the Tharp. In Kanchanaburi have accommodation in huts along the way. Keep in mind that you need a guide to unless you plan to try to avoid stereotypes. And guide with tent will cost you more.

About the Indian Himalayas. So if you're talking about trekking so depends what you want. Alpine treks in India is that things in an organized manner. To obtain and this month's way trekking and more. If you're talking about transitions between villages and trekking tent is fine then. September has been getting cooler relative there but you can still walk. High season in North India this July if I'm not mistaken. Encourage could give much more qualified answers from me about the Indian Himalayas but I didn't see him writing for ages. Perhaps he sees it.

Anyway, I think the more important question is whether you feel comfortable enough with your tent in various terrain and skill building. Because none of you going to extreme by the descriptions here will be so great tent Tharp Imtl 41378.632337963
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#12 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 9:24:53 PM(UTC)
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ה"עונה" aimtsul is not exactly the season around Ladakh (Jammu and Kashmir). For example, aimtsul in July and August have monsoons and ldak.

Anyway, we're testing right now to the Alpine treks and am indeed find it difficult to find privacy options because they subject (food) and navigation. Dating group sounds a little field trip (am I wrong?).
Until now I thought we closed in terms of equipment (tent, mattress shcsh) but haven't tried it in extreme conditions. Checking on a trek that connects Parvati Spiti then kinnaur Trek. How would you define your terms?
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#13 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 9:50:00 PM(UTC)
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Again I turn to encourage writing occasionally. Come up with a title for India post is already exceeding. Or send him a message.

Anyway, they're not trekking trip. Not at all. And easy remote. Dating or serious mules carrying food supplies for weeks.
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#14 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 9:55:11 PM(UTC)
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Very, very torn about tarptant (and I don't like to sleep in all the fun and the purpose of the trip and trekking is sleep close to nature) although hard I tiach anyway If Henry see what says. Easyman 41378.7890509259
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#15 Posted : Sunday, April 14, 2013 10:37:32 PM(UTC)
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You can sleep in the wild. Keep in mind that it is not always easy to find in Nepal, especially in remote areas and reasonable places to pitch a tent. Certainly not when you get to the snow. You will sleep well in nature. It's not European huts. It is usually a family room in a small village. It is also a must. I slept in the Himalayas with harsher conditions than tarptant you go trekking in Kanchanaburi. Don't worry.
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#16 Posted : Monday, April 15, 2013 1:48:06 AM(UTC)
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Well it looks like I was convinced to take the tarptant. Remediation system is expanded,

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#17 Posted : Monday, April 15, 2013 2:07:03 AM(UTC)
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Thanks saw deer

About Ladakh-I think tarptant could very well be a good solution. Usually not getting the amount of snow in places where staying there.

Parvati-Spiti is organized only on track because there are no villages for several days around Finn plus vendor parwati technical climbing requires in my opinion.

Shorter treks have oternch where it is possible under certain conditions to handle like Curzon trail I knew niozilandim who made it with 20 cans of tuna in 10 days. Some mention reindeer.
Big in India trekking are organized manner that doesn't really support infrastructure for solo.
Recommend into indiamike.com site to get detailed information about the current situation there.

India and Nepal, in the spring or fall and Ladakh summer allow using tarptant without fear. Recommend to think about emergency contingency (escape, blanket, etc.)
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#18 Posted : Monday, April 15, 2013 9:48:21 AM(UTC)
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Eyal, this post reminded me of a previously published photo of 2 terptantim in Nepal, the highest parking liberty of putting the picture.:



Izzy, you can read the whole post (the most) on the track of Nepal RAM herewith me41379.2838194444
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