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naty_h  
#81 Posted : Thursday, August 1, 2013 3:38:32 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = warham] [QUOTE = naty_h]
Thanks Eli just intrigued by the question is still how to synchronize the images to trek and leaves them:
I understand that the images you can upload and sync for EVRERY TRAIL website I understand?

I personally use the same time synchronization software that connects your GPS to your computer: COMPEGPS LAND 7
I.e. the recorded track, the pictures from your camera and place the pictures by time (what is important to note that time doesn't always match because GPS satellites take time automatically and the camera has time and therefore the way all the time in my recording off an hour ahead) has an option in software to make adjustments. After that take coordinates (and height) I upload them to Picasa/abriterle/gipiasis.

But for those who cannot do so, certainly could use the services of abriterle/gipiasis and place the pictures.   


Thanks me and I passed some pretty heavy site that lots of software options, tried to build a little migration guide stuck between the tmozzot garmin Google haven't been seen the possibilities for an interesting location to try later.

The story of me and reminds me of a forgotten village aseira Nevada. Forgetting quickly apparently but I guess not really aiori aprim.

Another little question me Sergei with me, what is the difference between success and failure on track even if finger should be put them
Two iron rules first to tour successful make snow except no examination preparation in the snow before, what would you recommend for those who want to pass on a snowy track?



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sereje4ka  
#82 Posted : Thursday, August 1, 2013 5:44:07 PM(UTC)
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It wasn't snow or winter trip. There is little in common between winter trip I think it did. The most dangerous part was in the Woods in the rain. Where was the Peach.
Eli TheHiker  
#83 Posted : Thursday, August 1, 2013 5:49:22 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = naty_h]
Another little question me Sergei with me, what is the difference between success and failure on track even if finger should be put them
Two iron rules first to tour successful make snow except no examination preparation in the snow before, what would you recommend for those who want to pass on a snowy track?

For me at least I summarizes the iron rules: (in order of importance and just over 2)
1) comprehensive enquiry before the trip (up to the last day before) on the current conditions at destination including the necessary equipment and the decision is clearly personal ability matches the demands of the time (as it changes from winter to winter).
2) when already on the track daily weather test in the morning before departure and then running a judgment based on experience and recommendations on which way to go (there is always a choice).
3) was faced with obvious signs of bad weather (barometric pressure, past experience, extreme temperature changes) or field not moving existing equipment so bypass the obstacle or going back.
4) according to the statistics, cumulative fatigue and complacency are causing most of the accidents, therefore it is not advisable to plan better and advance abilities to stop being concentrated in time. Rather go back than to achieve.
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Aliza  
#84 Posted : Friday, August 2, 2013 10:14:55 PM(UTC)
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Hi,

First of all me-thanks for the great blog. And to converse and all the smart people who contribute here on this blog and others.

I'm joining the party-going out to WHR in 19.1.

This is my first Trek in the Alps, and in fact my first trek with backs and arm. The former were trekking Nepal and India. Long, but with Porter took the bag and guide the way.

I wanted to ask a few questions:

Somewhere in the beginning of the blog relates to the subject. Is there any food you could say that he is a vegetarian?  I understand that there are areas that use lard (or any animal fat), ranging from a simple salad, and bread. The question also in the context of containers and cabins and hotels along the way.

Another question-most people here don't take and use GPS, check that the paths specified. GPS is used? Do you recommend? Thanks, again, I don't really know how to navigate by map, but then also used in GPS for hiking so you have to learn it. If so, do you have a suggestion about a better buy (a good and friendly for the novice (or understands nothing wrong:))

Thank you very much,

Jolly

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#85 Posted : Friday, August 2, 2013 11:16:24 PM(UTC)
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Hi Alisa,

[QUOTE = Aliza] that my first Trek in the Alps, and in fact my first trek with backs and arm. The former were trekking Nepal and India. Long, but with Porter took the bag and guide the way.

If you want to enjoy your trip without thinking all the time about pain/muscle and others advise you as soon as possible to collect the bag to see what weight you carry, then any remaining free time as possible walking with a bag on his back (and better)

[QUOTE = Aliza] somewhere in the beginning of the blog relates to an issue

I checked it the subject in depth, but me and Sergei maintained minimal kosher during the trip (i.e. not eat meat at all) and survived just fine although Sergei drank a lot of milk and protein powder.
Anyway, doesn't make sense to me that bmozeri milk and baking is used to prepare meat in fat.

[QUOTE = Aliza] does the GPS was used? Do you recommend? me GPS serves approximately 3.5 years and am very happy with it, but before that I used about 10 years (and now of course) and paper maps I do not recommend to start rather than someone who has no experience in GPS navigation with maps. I think it is very important to understand the basic principles of navigation and learn to use maps.
GPS can not replace the maps anyway in walks:
1) depending on the charge and batteries.
2). spatial perception and so difficult to design broad changes as necessary.

On the other hand there are also advantages:
1) shows exact location on a map and you can make an estimate of remaining times and distances.
2) if the marking disappears, is different, you can use GPS to find it or the direction of the foot.

Anyway it's not space navigation GPS and need to learn to use it well before your trip and not in real time. I made all the trails before the walk and a path different from another.

I don't have a specific recommendation for a particular device and quite outdated, but in high season and so if you stick to the original route, then you will not be a problem because the surface and there will also be a lot of people.
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#86 Posted : Saturday, August 3, 2013 7:34:15 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Aliza]

Hi,
Somewhere in the beginning of the blog relates to the subject. Is there any food you could say that he is a vegetarian?  I understand that there are areas that use lard (or any animal fat), ranging from a simple salad, and bread. The question also in the context of containers and cabins and hotels along the way.



In English it's called LARD, in the same area so that it may, can occur in any type of food, including bloggers.
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#87 Posted : Tuesday, August 6, 2013 12:51:09 AM(UTC)
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Hey Allie, Boaz
Thank you very much,

I think buy maps in Chamonix (assuming you can get)
And cr?che. Fruit and vegetables pasta and bring some more lightweight snacks. And apple strudel chocolate instead. sounds like fun.

Thank you
Jolly
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#88 Posted : Tuesday, August 6, 2013 9:16:37 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Aliza] hey Allie, Boaz
Thank you very much,

I think buy maps in Chamonix (assuming you can get)
Jolly


Found in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc map 5027T and 5028T only in one store (don't remember her name) on the main street opposite the sports shop SNELL SPORTS. Two other shops we were only part of what delivers really outstanding. We explained that those Swiss maps and are holding mostly. Warham 41492.2618634259
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#89 Posted : Monday, December 2, 2013 3:07:54 AM(UTC)
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Hi,

I plan a route in July and August. WHR is one of the options. But there's a problem-limited in 8-9 days.
What were you skipping? I prefer continuous route and use transportation for Member sections.

I also wanted to get away from people, and cable communities.

I prefer to sleep in a tent and cook.

Say can cross the track coach's shoes?
Some clothing is required and some track (30F-20F), gloves Wind/rain pants, wool hat
What is the maximum height which the tent?
I've seen used on Thearmarest's ZipLite. Inflatable mattress is also fit? What R VALUE donation?
About the blowtorch. Is it served alcohol will suffice if a boil (not really cooking)?
Water. Would you recommend: filter? AQUAMIRA? You melt? Do you froze the filter case heights? I removed the locker's frozen?

Sorry to the many questions, but the links have died after switching to a new engine.

Thank you

Gregg.
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#90 Posted : Monday, December 2, 2013 3:14:39 AM(UTC)
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Also, about the cabins

If sleeping in a tent, you can use the bathroom/showers/recharge batteries? What type of socket is in there?
Eli TheHiker  
#91 Posted : Monday, December 2, 2013 9:25:00 AM(UTC)
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Try to answer in an orderly fashion: (for some reason, you cannot use quotation)

Q:

What would I prefer skipping a track continuously use transportation for Member sections .

A:

It depends on what rate you plan to go, is by the book or faster/slower and it depends very much on the terrain you are while you're there (rain, storms, Sun, etc.).

Personally I'd give 4 stages from VIEWS עד Le Chable And reducing the EUROPEWEG Walking in the valley because of the bad condition of other reports and forums

That left around 9 stages sequentially aspikam can certainly be at 8-9 days

Q:

Say can cross the orbit space run shoes ?

A:

Obviously physically impossible as another track like that. .

The question is whether you are prepared and used to go the area including stones, boulders, streams, rain, snow, mud and wet greenery with shoes like that and not suffer from sprains/fractures/cold/wetness effort

Q:

Some clothing is required to track and some 30 (F-20F) Gloves from wind/rain, wool hat ?

A:

This is something that cannot be foreseen and thousands overnight according to an updated forecast can be 30 degrees today and 5 degrees the next day when a snowstorm coming

That's why I recommend taking at least warm socks, thermal layering clothing, Gore-Tex (or similar wind/rain), gloves, warm hat, Sun, snow, moisture giiters .  

About the bag, it's something very individual, I had a k + COMFORT Silk pillowcase and me just to spend them shirtless, you gotta meet thermal sensitivity to cold and to select km matches

I don't remember actually measured less than 0 degrees in the tent.

Q:

What is the maximum height which the tent ?

A:

2457 height ishnano near the cabin : Cabane du mont fort The cabin supervisor certificate course

Q:

I've seen used in ZipLite. של Thearmarest. Inflatable mattress will also match what R VALUE Donation ?

A:

Me have THERMAREST XLITE Swells with 3.2 RVALUE And he certainly fit enough, however, the tent was given the additional insulation iriath TIVEK Who defended both the tent and mattress from thorns

Q:

About whether alcohol stove gas burner will do if only boil cooking (not really)?

A:

Therefore, make sure

Q:

Would you recommend water: filter ? AQUAMIRA? You melt the snow did the frozen heights the filter case that removed the locker's frozen?

A:

I'd recommend some filter on both parties.

A lot of great cabins that are not good for drinking water and therefore not to risk it is advisable to use a filter or buy them from the water.

A large part of the Christian anhalim for snow thawed and from what I know, the water not very healthy because digesting the dust particles, dirt, they earn so if you can't find emanations or water percolates through the soil it is advisable to use a filter

We didn't get a chance to melt snow that wasn't necessary, but as I wrote, drank water from streams of snow melted from the Sun.

Not the filter case/tube froze that temperatures don't go down so not to descend during the summer to freeze them.

Q:

If sleeping in a tent, you can use the bathroom/showers/recharge batteries what kind there outlet ?

A:

Depends very much on the owner-everywhere should inquire in advance and obtain permission for camping are arranged generally have sockets in bathrooms/showers/laundry .

neutrino  
#92 Posted : Monday, December 2, 2013 1:18:37 PM(UTC)
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Lord, thank you for your answers and quick response!

Thinking of doing a course in September. Others realized that the end of the season and already there are. Right?

Eli TheHiker  
#93 Posted : Monday, December 2, 2013 2:49:17 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = neutrino; 577648]

Lord, thank you for your answers and quick response!

Thinking of doing a course in September. Others realized that the end of the season and already there are. Right?

Up to September, when most of the huts in this area closed in mid-September but this too varies from year to year depending on the amount of snow and the weather.

Lee was twice in October a great weather in areas where huts were already closed so it much depends on luck and planning.

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#94 Posted : Monday, December 2, 2013 4:13:38 PM(UTC)
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Hey Greg,

On track:

I'm totally with you regarding continuous walking, I don't like bounces. It interrupts the sequence and what zone
I tend to agree with me-I recommend you start at Le Chable\Verbier with an increase to Cabane du Mont Fort. And-likely to forego the Europaweg safety considerations (the path is severely impaired).
Despite the lack of time to miss getting to Zermatt itself to see the Matterhorn (that way you won't see it).

About shoes:

I wouldn't feel comfortable at this track in sneakers. Some very rocky sections and another that gives defense shoe fits is in my opinion unnecessary. I'm also not sure that area run shoes built for these weights (especially with tent).

About the season:

I went in September 2011 in the first half of the month.
Near Zermatt first encountered a closed cabin to bed (shut the day before).
Overall very successful this season in terms of weather (comfortable and relatively stable on average), the load on the track (except for weekends or access points a day wasn't busy-though not completely abandoned) and strain on accommodation (d-again except for the accessibility bikatot on weekends-accommodation were almost empty).
The disadvantage – to azheb. White-green landscape of the Alpine season for my taste.

But mostly what whatever segment and season don't you-great track

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#95 Posted : Wednesday, December 4, 2013 3:40:22 PM(UTC)
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About the weights, I intend to take heavier than. 8 k.

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#96 Posted : Wednesday, December 4, 2013 4:40:14 PM(UTC)
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Another wizard.

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