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#1 Posted : Monday, May 20, 2013 12:57:02 AM(UTC)
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I go through days of posts on the Forum and everything sounds so good I just confused and don't know where to start to select a track.
We're a bunch of guys in shape, nothing special, and we're looking for a course of three weeks in August.
Should not be ripping track, or especially challenging, just a walk in the beautiful views.
Budget: up to 6000, assuming that we are willing to sleep in tents too.
I couldn't figure out what the differences between the various routes, MTB, GR20 GR11 GR10
Other options are Romania or Turkey, but I'm impressed that they require more planning because they have less.
In short I would like direction, so I know what to look for in a forum.

Thanks in advance
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#2 Posted : Monday, May 20, 2013 2:25:29 AM(UTC)
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GR20 is a tough two weeks in Corsica
GR11 GR10 and are six routes in the Pyrenees (November 10 French side and Spanish side).
TMB is a week and a half around Mount Blanc. The route goes through Italy France and neighboring Switzerland

All the routes are based on accommodation and eating but cabins can sleep in a tent and cook away.
Turkey in August, that's unacceptable. Although ktscr can but not in three weeks. Not even two weeks. Up to 10 days.
Three weeks in Romania is also far beyond the scale. Short trekking there.
A budget of $ 6000 was considered a luxury budget. It's almost 1300 euros.
If you get 400 euros on a flight, it leaves you enough money to sleep in cabins for two weeks. There is no reason to carry a tent.

I think that the best stitch every two weeks is from Chamonix to Chamonix. See Amber's excellent post:

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#3 Posted : Monday, May 20, 2013 10:29:41 PM(UTC)
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Hello, Judaea
First off welcome to the Forum.

I'll tell you my opinion.

All options seem so good for the simple reason that they really are. A person who really likes to walk in the wild will not matter what kind of Bill he would do.
Whether you go to you'll see Blanc or Corsica stunning you not used to them and meet interesting people who share with you my love.

Supports all what Amnon said. Want to strengthen the physical difficulty of the GR20 GR 10/11 and they are very difficult in the first place and quicksand. It's the nature of routes which pass through mountainous terrain — sometimes so hard that it can even tired or break you.
If you want to go and see but don't want to strain views (with small children) have options that can offer more. Arthur 41414.8131828704
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#4 Posted : Friday, May 24, 2013 3:22:36 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yehuda27] I go for days on a message forum and everything sounds so good I just confused and don't know where to start to select a track.
We're a bunch of guys in shape, nothing special, and we're looking for a course of three weeks in August.
Should not be ripping track, or especially challenging, just a walk in the beautiful views.
Budget: up to 6000, assuming that we are willing to sleep in tents too.
I couldn't figure out what the differences between the various routes, MTB, GR20 GR11 GR10
Other options are Romania or Turkey, but I'm impressed that they require more planning because they have less.
In short I would like direction, so I know what to look for in a forum.

Thanks in advance
Judah


This year there is a lot of snow in the mountains so I recommend to modify the program
Something that will also include several star trails in Pyrenees and sivi cities are based on accommodation in hostels.

I think three weeks exactly when I can organise your beauty of a Spain that begins in Agios torests sample from the brsa and move what sections GR11 Ordesa don't recommend to go on than to the snow right now and finish in Alhambra in Granada, I think it would be a great taste and good preparation for the future, it's kind of hard to explain what the ability required to walk for three weeks. Delicious, but 5-6 days in both parks in regard to current limitations keep you more a week to tour cities museums:
Following Dali Barcelona Girona kdeks pigras following Barcelona, Eixample Costa Brava and Zaragoza and Granada, more nervous than but possible.

Waiting for the video clip and pictures soon if they make you an itinerary planned.
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#5 Posted : Saturday, May 25, 2013 11:54:33 PM(UTC)
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Hey
Thank you for your comments.
So basically I think I hear the advice of Tilapia on the trail of amber, it looks amazing.
Again, I have no problem with the effort, I want to focus this whole trip and her track sounds exactly.

What about the snow in the mountains annually mentioned should be a real problem?
If so, which offered (annually) in Spain does not exceed budget limitations-sounds expensive cities.



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#6 Posted : Sunday, May 26, 2013 4:21:12 AM(UTC)
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In cities round the youth achsnot in cooking tools and sale's electric Super shopping and visiting landmarks comes cheaper than Israel.

Basically I went on two beautiful parks Ordesa Monte Perdido is shitty and Nevada siiraa Huesca in the region of Granada.

Not yet calculated exactly but I think with three days ' skiing runs from Valencia to Barcelona to Kira vialaa, the sequel to Zaragoza back to Huesca in gross rbsto and Torla to Ordesa and reach the park where back Huesca Varela sbininigo Zaragoza Madrid Granada back to Valencia for 21 days got budget exceeded $ 1000 or above including flight traveled because effective outing was sipped and and ...

Efficient trip can and should keep things short and return to pick them up.

Don't get me wrong by the way tour cities in three weeks means two parks each 5-6 days to cross, and two days in two cities namely four overall usually runs to laundry duty in tztidot, not very comfortable, and time travel are advised that being pampered, but very rich.

I believe a trip without rest so that when you return to the plane ripped from fatigue, not on the site, as well as the Alhambra requires walking a lot on her Indian basically all time highs,

Ordesa Park en route to cascade equina met many elderly Spaniards who had really not easy track until the waterfall 5 miles and 100 meters to miles on it if that account was wrong about her and her past her elderly and quite packed but most came because it's a gift to see the Park at this time of year this amazing, I think the combination of parks and amazing historical sites such as the Alhambra or Gaud? 's tziminjas or the Church Nuestra Se?ora del Pilar in Zaragoza is a winning combination.
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#7 Posted : Sunday, May 26, 2013 10:03:42 AM(UTC)
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Hey Yehuda
The route from Chamonix to passes in Switzerland. This scenic route in Europe and a member set in the most beautiful in the world list.
If you choose this route, you should devote some attention to the issue.
It is important to know that expensive huts in Switzerland at about 50% higher than those of France and Italy
The daily count in Switzerland for a person who eats and sleeps in should be 80 euros per day (includes lunch and safety factor + extras)
If you are planning a full itinerary and want to do it without stress, you need to plan it out over 14 days.
That means you have about 1100 euros to 200 euros more track itself + travel and unexpected expenses
I mean you need to recruit approximately 1300 euros (1600 Swiss franc)
Your budget in plane cleaning is EUR 900. This means that you need to find a way to save during your trip.
The best way to save option is to take a tent and sleeping on the ground. I don't recommend it, but I've become spoiled over the years.
Do good to your account before you decide on your final destination.
If you want quality similar views with considerable savings in costs, you should consider walking the course the TMB.
The average daily cost is only about 60 in TMB euros per person per day and the route lasts about 10 days. It is a significant financial difference
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#8 Posted : Friday, June 7, 2013 2:13:36 AM(UTC)
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Amnon
Thank you so much for the detail.
After the breakdown of prices convinced me that I was young and too poor to be spoiled.
So I think that is Chamonix to Charles destination and we sleep in the tent, most of the time, except maybe if we want to treat themselves to Saturday night.
Because kosher, I suppose eating in will also be a problem for me, it suddenly makes the trip quite inexpensively.
My question is how cold there at night, sleep in the tent means freezing out there and wait all night the Sun or weather channel?

Thank you
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#9 Posted : Sunday, June 9, 2013 3:56:05 PM(UTC)
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Small question:)

How to get to Chamonix?

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#10 Posted : Sunday, June 9, 2013 8:08:22 PM(UTC)
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Read the threads on the tmb
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#11 Posted : Sunday, June 9, 2013 9:50:39 PM(UTC)
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Some notes Judah
Set the group as a young company with reasonable fitness but not unusual.
Take note that from Chamonix to Chile is one of the hardest routes in Europe.
Since you want to sleep in a tent and cook alone most of the time, that means you carry on backpack back 15 + pounds.
You're young and it's playing to your right but you must exercise with weight at least six weeks before you leave to

From the cold at night, you should be concerned. The temperature in August, rarely dropping below freezing at night.
So if you take the brass high quality comfort in kg temperature minus got a little plausible and not leaking tent ()
If all this is true-you sleep like angels.
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