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אילת  
#1 Posted : Monday, May 20, 2013 2:05:34 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!
I'm looking for a four-day trek to Austria in July. Priority for which you can get at the end of each day to lodge overnight.
I'd love to help!
Thank you
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ylivny  
#2 Posted : Monday, May 20, 2013 2:18:44 AM(UTC)
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Hello

Clary Austria routes and equipped mountain cabins.
In order to help would be helpful if you add more details for you.

* What's the gym?
* What your map reading skills?
* Do you have experience in Alpine area?

In addition, there are 4 full days? How do you have?

Jonathan
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, May 21, 2013 9:43:46 PM(UTC)
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Thank you, Jonathan
It comes after army company 3 so their shape well but they never made the trip. Also in terms of reading the map they have experience. We are looking for a course of four full days to go at the end of each day, a place to sleep and start the next day. No interest whatever. From Austria saw a truly networked tracks but couldn't put together a four-day course in the sequence. I would love any information you can give me.
Thank you very much,
Eilat
Elig  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 12:13:16 AM(UTC)
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We would love to hear the same tracks in the same time zone for the following month.

Thanks in advance

ylivny  
#5 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 1:23:04 PM(UTC)
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Hi

Eilat .
Without trying to read a map it's kind of hard for me to give you recommendations.
Unlike the routes Italy AV or TMB, trajectories in Austria have to sew from a large network of trails there and it needs a map reading skills

I saw you found on the net the eagle way (called in German Adlerweg).
Please note that this is for one main crossing Tirol from East to West and many regional trails that depart from the main trail winding around the valleys of Tyrol. I recommend focusing on one of the trails. Otztal Valley area or perhaps Zillertal.
Information on regional routes can be found on the website of Tyrol.
As stated, I don't know if I'd recommend to get to these tracks without map reading skills.

Furthermore two reports in this forum on long routes which pass through Austria:
* Via Alpina
* 2 High Altitude Trail Run

About alpine experience-just add and says if you're going to get back on track in the Alps you should understand that this is a different experience from Israel Tours (not sure how much experience you have.)
My initial recommendations are:
  1. Planned short days-part of the trails can be very steep or very rocky
  2. Follow the weather days with thunder and lightning storms are rare in the summer. Need to forecast and huts to travel in dangerous weather.


Elig .
Beyond the recommendations above, need to see when opened.
June is a month especially borderline this year, due to reports of large amounts of snow.
Even if the open you must be prepared for the snow on the trail (don't know if you have experience in the subject).

Jonathan
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:51:15 PM(UTC)
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Hello, Jonathan
I plan to do this summer, zillertal
Did you make it?
Http://besthike.wordpress.com/2009/03/20/hike-zillertal-rucksack-route-austria/

Thanks guy.
ylivny  
#7 Posted : Thursday, May 23, 2013 11:04:48 AM(UTC)
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Hi guy

Still not traveled in Austria's longest. Only excursions in the valleys.
In Zillertal traveled but not overlap with this route.

Jonathan
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#8 Posted : Thursday, May 23, 2013 8:58:51 PM(UTC)
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Why should I join Jonathan already wrote.
Another option is the first part of Europe High Altitude 6

Not necessarily have to do this route, there are plenty of itineraries, some circular if you prefer.
The Park has many cabins and plenty of possibilities for trails, the trails are well-maintained and well-marked but always very desirable to be able to read a map.
Omar.
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