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debmax  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2013 8:44:56 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends,
Following the recommendation of Izzy, stop pestering him and instead publicly to bother everyone.

Here are the main things:

Going to the TMB at 22.9. The cabins will be mostly closed and major would be volatile (including natural often showers).
Weather forecast, here.

I'd like to advice in matters of accommodation equipment, I present new conditions are expected (and the fact that he was more than a little sister).
In addition, due to the circumstances, I am compelled to do kvetz, and rely on the existing findings (both of products and prices), because if you call from abroad, have to give shipping address to Elisabetta.

Tent:
Two people (with op. dog to bike trips, and therefore comes with a respectable terrace),
Resistant to winds and rainfall are expected,
Easy, obviously.
Limited toAerial Ferrino , andMarmot Twilight.
Both available in $ 1,400 environments (and the budget סד"ג).
Other options? Someone

The km.
For those conditions. Would love concrete proposals.

Thought on thebasal Lamina, but the question is which one will suffice (see Sha 20 not enough warm).

Other options are the Marmot and the Ajungilak at Tal, but I don't have any experience with these companies, and I have no idea if they will satisfy the demand (in price).

I'd rather not go through the 1.1 kg weight, if possible do without buying a monthly salary in.

Recommendation-liner thing too, relatively small and light (after I Goo amount left in the bathroom I did my old bag yesterday, I decided I better not getting them dirty).
The combined might of liner and non-Comfort: 7 kg, do the job? Not sure.

A mattress.
I just got (foam, 200gr.), but still not slept when Vale shnhalim subscript goes off, and I guess I don't give good insulation from floor aaiboy (even if no tent leaks).
Probably to take anyway some standard nylon Footprint, without one available in time.
What they say To buy an inflatable mattress or like?
Some recommendations?

Any advice, recommendation, and jest,
The side will be accepted.

Thank you
Carmel (in the name and on behalf of my dear fiancee).
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waterboy  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2013 9:11:02 PM(UTC)
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Tip-don't go

Recommendation not to travel.

Jest-I've never seen a person uses in so many words to say "no".

* Not available to recommend it although it took him a 1000000 formulated very well but if you don't understand it, really.

idanz  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2013 10:56:48 PM(UTC)
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Most cabins leave a room. Look for it on the Internet. There are also cabins open year-round. From what I understand, a lot of people on this point also the km-1 will do the job.
I don't know where you're going but unless you choose to sleep under so you will not flow River stream below.
If you don't have experience in such trips so you probably do most nights in winter room with miles, so in general I wasn't carrying the tent of 2 pounds on my back and I would not buy the equipment that you have selected.
And even if you haven't been out significant but travels the valleys in Switzerland, and in villages. And even less beautiful now.
Have fun.
Eli TheHiker  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2013 11:10:08 PM(UTC)
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Shalom Carmel

Regarding equipment, there are enough people who recommend you experienced here in the forum about this model and therefore I'm going to focus on all the rest.
Despite the general opinion in the Forum to get the answers and Alpine routes tent, had to do in recent years with 4 tracks Alpine tent when 2 of them in season and out of season 2 and my personal, these statistics was much more rain during August to September than July and October but it seems to be a matter of luck.

Anyway some guidelines: (personal experience)
1) weather checking on a daily basis:
A) on days with thunderstorms to plan your route so you out at first light and finish the afternoon.
At the upcoming rainy nights)-planning to sleep in/רפיוג'ם.
C) on other days to go and all the nights sleeping in a tent.

2) in tents:
A) selecting a tent suitable for wind and rain resistant and easy to construction.
B) camping Planar space without soft-landing and enclave (to avoid a puddle under the tent and if rains fall.
C) have balconies-equipment bottom won't be any equipment on land and wet by rain, dew. -In terms of priority and weight-escape blanket.

3) walk in the rain, snow, fog.
A) are strongly encouraged to bring giiters or Gore-Tex pants or both.
Gore-Tex) minimum-all poncho/raincoats or simple rifstop absorb water eventually rain.
C) walking sticks-the subject of knees and lowering the load, averting a rain/snow to prevent unnecessary classes.
GPS/compass)/maps/Greece-in fog, rain can use rose from stones to guide about Greece.
E)-case coverage if the water will then cover the bag weighs a lot more and get full coverage and half with the addition of 100 grams than to suffer.

4) General tips:
A) to consult with my husband or the people there about the nature of the track and the conditions expected in the case before the decision in the morning which variant to choose.
B) sometimes camping on TMB more good rpiogis are sometimes considerably simpler and so find out in advance where the strut and planned accordingly.
C) take into account a few days added to backup in case and there will be bad weather and want to rest.

Good luck.

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easyman  
#5 Posted : Wednesday, September 11, 2013 11:24:05 PM(UTC)
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The FERRINO rather than MARMOT tent are the same weight value
The rain cover tight in airports and rather hard rain.
Its rather strong winds and of course require pegs and stretching every tent.
More space for the MARMOT tent tent two taps.
A search of the mattress EXPAD hiker.
BASAL LAMINA ש"קש 7 DK liner just doesn't trust Leiner
For added warmth.
Good clothing and no rain Cape.
FOOTPRINT is no tiibk or nylon.
If you have any questions I would be happy to help.
sereje4ka  
#6 Posted : Thursday, September 12, 2013 12:04:07 AM(UTC)
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What's tiibk? This industrial insulation material.
101% there.
easyman  
#7 Posted : Thursday, September 12, 2013 12:11:40 AM(UTC)
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If you want to have rolls of 100 meters, not selling in the country.
Small pieces on eBay, Amazon.
According to FIT 41528.8853587963 easyman
sereje4ka  
#8 Posted : Thursday, September 12, 2013 12:33:05 AM(UTC)
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If you can't find, it doesn't mean you don't.
debmax  
#9 Posted : Friday, September 13, 2013 4:39:38 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the suggestions, advice etc.

Part magic leave the room, but very few of them (detail fromthe official website).
According to the unreliable supply, but you can use them can reduce the chance of tent nights.

I'd like to hear age recommendation regarding another tent, that's why I brought up the issue for discussion.

Eli, thanks for the helpful tips and pragmatically. Are campsites that you specify here, in retrospect did favors for aim?
According to my test, there is little official camping sites, mostly in Switzerland that prohibit elsewhere, while in France and Italy, just next to the place.

Got recommendation for shops in Chamonix: Snell shop, brand stores, more brand stores, and prices and inventory are preferable.
I guess they also known open season.
-Musings

Best regards
A good sign, and fasting.
Eli TheHiker  
#10 Posted : Sunday, September 15, 2013 4:26:42 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = debmax]
Are campsites that you specify here, in retrospect did favors for aim?
According to my test, there is little official camping sites, mostly in Switzerland that prohibit elsewhere, while in France and Italy, just next to the place.

In principle, France Italy, they give a certain amount for sleeping next and use the bathroom/showers/kitchen. In Switzerland it is officially forbidden, but actually there are camping.

Hope I remember this list: (according to the official track against the clock, Greece):
LES HOUCHES-City Center, camping on the lawn in a relatively simple lines, showers, dining room open.
LES-CONRAMINES, about 2 km Le Pontet-name big camping on the lawn, showers, dining room.
REF Du Bonhomme-camping in an environment which is pretty high altitude 2450 m so it's best to sleep in the cabin.
REF-Elisabetta f as above.
Free Wi-camping in the city but the REF can split off MAISON North to one of the three camping there in the Valley (approx. 2 km deviation) and the next day to continue through COUMAYEUR.
Bonatti-camping Rifugio arranged around which is pretty tall at a height of 2050 meters so it's best to sleep in the cabin.
La Fouly-large camping on the lawn, showers, laundry facilities, dining room, RECREATION room, with fireplace, tv and Internet.
Champex-Town Center, camping is relatively easy on grass with showers, laundry machines and a small shop.
Col De La Forclaz-in a small town near TRIENT/Le Peuty FORCLAZ-camping-named simple with basic grass, utilities and a few tables. There are showers at nearby rpiogy also charge.
Tre-Le-Champ-Camping Les Frasserands accommodation with excellent grass, hot showers, tables and a small shop.
Camping La Flegere-around but if you have time, go to Chamonix and sleep there on one of the many camping and everybody was there.
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