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Aliza  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2013 2:17:52 AM(UTC)
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Hello

I'd like to trek holidays (first week of September) for approximately 2-2.5 weeks. I'm in good shape.  I'm going out alone, and so far only, travelled and always accompanied by a guide/Porter, so that the issue of foreign navigation and weight.

I'm looking for a destination for this period-between Europe and other regions in the world (even back East it's optional), with superb views and feel rested on a trip alone.

I wrote the site several months ago, but now the time is approaching and it's a little less in theory.

Very happy to suggestions.

Jolly

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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2013 10:27:08 AM(UTC)
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Hi Alisa,
In early September I went the WHR from Chamonix to Zermatt. This comfortably 13 days (a little less). Shorter than you specified, but this season, the navigation is really not an issue (Switzerland), minimal weights (because there is a slave cabins and pass through many small towns), very safe for a single tour (it's not a true wilderness, but always full of relatively close in September to help more people).
Note that after the mid-September start to close.

I wrote back-post a few messages down seekers and detailed blog (link in post).
Read and consider.

Good luck! 41437.3117708333 io_travel
זמי1  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2013 1:59:22 PM(UTC)
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Alisa as onatch navigation and facilitates strangers? I take it you're looking for a well marked don't need maps and lightweight on the back, i.e. without a tent, mattress and from cooking equipment = less than 5 kg.

What route difficulty How many miles per day? Read here about the pilgrims? GR11 in France over the Pyrenees? Rotate and venblan? These routes are safe and to have the cheapest long-for the pilgrims.

naty_h  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, June 12, 2013 10:48:32 PM(UTC)
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After I wrote:

[QUOTE = Aliza]

Hi,


If you haven't given up.


I was in Nepal two years ago. Did an incredible trajectory in the Everest region, which included the standard path in the main valley up to Everest Base Camp (the «EBC trekking). From there I moved to the East Valley to Chukkung, did a short climbing course ended in-Island Peak climbing (6190M). Amazing. Total course + type = 4-5 days. Tough guy. Very pleasant days of preparation.


From there I moved to the Western valleys — crossed the Pass and Renjo Chola Pass and back to Kathmandu. Total all the event took two and a half weeks. And it was amazing!


I'd recommend you.


Also the Porter and the climbing done through the Agency: http://www.himalayanrstexpeditions.com/


The Agency belongs to a pair of very nice and professional. You can receive advance email recommendations, and they are happy to help. The Trek can be done alone, and set them to date in Chukkung class. So do lots of people.


Allow to close the way things come. Assuming they're in the same place you were before (which is a reasonable assumption) the NSA is on the floor below the Agency SUISA. Behind the stairs.


Good luck, and hope that you get.


Jolly



There is only one destination I can knowing that doesn't bore you though is a bit in the off-season and is:

Climbing alpamayo base camp to Summit 5947 won't be possible this time.

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Aliza  
#5 Posted : Friday, June 14, 2013 2:30:39 PM(UTC)
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Hi,

Nati-. Two years later, lucky you forget and do other things they see are amazing seems equally if not better:)

I'm a little less attracted to South America. Right now really more thinking about 2-2.5 weeks in Europe.

Amber WHR. rotate Mont Blanc? Do the same?

13 days is fine with me. Allow 2-3 to rest.

MA-like you said, I certainly don't want to carry a tent and cooking equipment. I think around 15-20 miles in a day.

Another consideration is food I keep kosher and vegetarian. Is there a more amenable treks under these constraints? I don't want to carry food. Are there any areas where you can buy are meat-free food (including bread, uncoated), vegetables or Huts where the food is?

And back on track — they thought options:

GR11 GR20, AV1, TMB, or offer amber WHR.

Anyone have any opinions about this and whether it is suitable for the porno

Thank you very much,

Jolly

io_travel  
#6 Posted : Friday, June 14, 2013 4:39:39 PM(UTC)
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Hi Alisa,
From the list you specify, I went the TMB and the WHR.
As far as I know, among the trekking, AV1 and TMB are shorter and lighter. The WHR in middle (a little longer and a little harder). GR11 longer and harder is the GR20 and the basic conditions in which to my knowledge.
I think I need to add to the list the AV2 he big brother "of the Italian Dolomites AV1-a little longer and harder than his brother ה"קטן "(it still didn't go).

I'm not familiar with kosher or tzimachonot. In the variety of food is naturally limited. You can ask for vegetarian, but I don't know about other restrictions.
On moving and WHR TMB alone many towns allowing complete foods in supermarkets. Only that sometimes the shops are small and have limited range.
The AV1 considered pampering Trek where accommodations are at a high level. And culinary diversity may be better.
In total I think bshloshtam (four if you add AV2) vegetarians can do no wrong. About less kosher.

About the restriction between WHR and TMB:
The WHR starts in Chamonix, at the foot of the Mont Blanc, crossing Switzerland and continues her (northeast) to the Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn which. The TMB is a circular hike around the ridge where the Mont Blanc, Chamonix is not right in itself but is moving near her. There is one thing that is common to both hiking Lake Champex-Trient-/Col de la Forclaz.

I'd say all options that are available to you. All you have to do is choose (Oh, honey!)

Look, I think the GR20 less suited to this kind of risotto and GR11.
You have enough time, I'd choose one of AV2 and WHR, but if you want something a little shorter and calm between AV1-TMB. Io_travel 41439.5806944444
shaharellert  
#7 Posted : Friday, June 14, 2013 6:27:51 PM(UTC)
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TMB.
Every rafiog ' specify the being vegetarians got proper alternative.
About Kashrut.
Great supermarket availability (37, contmein, kormior is done, Paulie, map, porkelz, Trient.) like this even if we don't get food at rafiog, you can always buy a day or two.

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