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MorielKovach  
#1 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2014 3:25:26 PM(UTC)
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Ahlannn and salan:)
After demobilization from the army and had recovered from her injury and thank God
I decided you my big trip I do a little differently, in a way.

I'm going for as much as possible and see as much of the natural world.
At the end of February I'm going to make Israel trail followed I plan to start making
Longer treks for unlimited time, will start in Europe.
The first one I'm going to do is the blue of Hungary, afterwards I need
Plan what I'm going to make paths and for that I need you
How long and what trails recommended seasons to explore, and of course there will be some more
Relatively close to each other.
Which means for example that if I start the path in Hungary in May I expect to finish it in July and will be suitable for making the Green way from Vienna to Prague
Also close to Hungary and the weather is suitable, so I need to plan the rest of your trip.

Realized by Schengen agreement is impossible to travel in Europe more מ90 day in a period of 180 days, in this context, there are several options.
One would be to get Romanian passports, but it is a process that will cost me thousands of dollars short for the DVD, the second option would be to start in Hungary and a month away that Bill in the UK and the shlnsha months then go back to Europe, the third option and preferred to be less compromising on Europe in General.

Tips and help are welcome.
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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Sunday, November 16, 2014 5:36:53 PM(UTC)
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Hi Muriel,

There is no reason to give up entirely on Europe if that's what you want. Write ב"למטייל" you have relatives in Hungary and here comes the desire to start on this trek sounds great and appropriate season (may it soon be the highest European treks).

Your best start-may-July of the PS and then another month of Europe.

Then you get lost. You have to get out of Europe, but legal considerations to return after cooling period is not so logical. It brings you back to Europe during the autumn into winter and you will be very limited in terms of trekking options.

After three months in Europe makes more sense to leave her for another continent (i.e. not go cooling and return-just leave, move on).

The possibilities are numerous.

** Mid/end September from the first season inNepal which has lots of excellent trekking. Search site here material on Three Passes Trek/«EBC and others (Annapurna Circuit who is very popular among Israelis and Kanchenjunga , less mtweir, Langtang Trek in Helambu Gosainkunda and many good options).

This season there ends around December, so you can easily spend a couple of months.

** If you decide to proceed with the truth from Europe to Nepal and "space" for a few weeks (as you shnigmart for visa in Europe and before starting the season in Nepal)-United Kingdom will give you an answer with treks like Coast to Coast, Penine Way, West Highland Way and many others. But don't think I spend there.

** December sense "ball":)

Down under-Australia/New Zealand. InNew Zealand the season really starts with lots of excellent trekking (which is all a fun and beautiful country).
South America can also match (less familiar).

In a completely different direction.

To abandon Europe altogether and go for one of the longest routes in the U.S.: look for material on the PCT and the AU. There is much here on the site. "Trek" bracket that summer. (But instead, not in addition to Europe, that the seasons overlap enough).

Begin to stew on these ideas and more ways to throw you and can help you more than.

Good luck!

MorielKovach  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 1:09:40 AM(UTC)
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In fact, I began to consider the issue of Europe.
Because of the limitations of three months really isn't enough what I wanted so I think giving up Hungary and do it another time.

Then it's time to re-design.
First of all, I'm going to travel alone, and much cheaper to do it as much as possible, which means is solely in the tent I'm going to carry with me.
So if you sleep longer treks, which is solely paid cabin I would rather give up.

In the meantime I look for Greece and then start looking for specific countries treks visit them.
I probably skip Europe so I think you can start your journey in North India (June-July), the weather should fit and I understand there are beautiful hiking,
But how long can Trek out there?
As Greece is specified only in the mid-late September starts the season in Nepal.
In Nepal I pause until December and then fly to Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania area (sounds very interesting!)
I hope to stay there until March or less if possible, sounds absolutely amazing.

And from there to South America, Colombia, Ecuador and started in Peru and Chile and Bolivia direction etc.
And if there's money available so Africa would be next.

Although the general direction I got confused still.
Some trekking in each country/area
If I close list of trekking, how do I arrange for a trek in every country, where detailed information about every Turk, marks etc.
In short, what do I do in order not to get lost and lose myself in a way.
ניר30  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 11:42:52 AM(UTC)
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I know a little South America now in your direction. Especially the Chile/Argentina.
I don't know trekking * sorted * length. I mean a long few weeks.
Have http://huellaandina.desa...stico.gov.ar/-Argentina, but other than the site I know absolutely nothing about.
There are lots of short treks in the Argentina/Chile. I mean forever short week. There are quite a few very famous (in Israel), and I'm sure you can find a lot of information.
Of course there are many other less famous treks, you can find a list about Chile on wikiexplora.com.
Looking at the site I found this: http://wikiexplora.com/i...reater_Patagonian_Trail, which seems kind of crazy.
imtl  
#5 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 11:52:36 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = ניר30; 582574] I know a little South America, now in your direction. Especially the Chile/Argentina.
I don't know trekking * sorted * length. I mean a long few weeks.
Have http://huellaandina.desa...stico.gov.ar/-Argentina, but other than the site I know absolutely nothing about.
There are lots of short treks in the Argentina/Chile. I mean forever short week. There are quite a few very famous (in Israel), and I'm sure you can find a lot of information.
Of course there are many other less famous treks, you can find a list about Chile on wikiexplora.com.
Looking at the site I found this: http://wikiexplora.com/i...reater_Patagonian_Trail, which seems kind of crazy.

Huellaandina in Argentina does not exist in reality. This project was abandoned years ago and maintained.

The GREATER PATAGONIAN TRAIL wrote already in Patagonia thread here:

Http://www.hike.co.il/posts/m581840findlastpost% D7% 97% D7% A6% D7% 99% D7% 99% D7% AA% D7% A4% D7% 99% D7% 94% D7% 95% D7% A0% D7% 99% D7% 94% D7%--A1% D7% 99% D7% 9B% D7% 95% D7% points # post581840

I correspond with the guy that designed it. When additional information update

imtl  
#6 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 12:07:56 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = MorielKovach; 582570] I actually begins to consider the matter of Europe.
Because of the limitations of three months really isn't enough what I wanted so I think giving up Hungary and do it another time.

Then it's time to re-design.
First of all, I'm going to travel alone, and much cheaper to do it as much as possible, which means is solely in the tent I'm going to carry with me.
So if you sleep longer treks, which is solely paid cabin I would rather give up.

In the meantime I look for Greece and then start looking for specific countries treks visit them.
I probably skip Europe so I think you can start your journey in North India (June-July), the weather should fit and I understand there are beautiful hiking,
But how long can Trek out there?
As Greece is specified only in the mid-late September starts the season in Nepal.
In Nepal I pause until December and then fly to Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania area (sounds very interesting!)
I hope to stay there until March or less if possible, sounds absolutely amazing.

And from there to South America, Colombia, Ecuador and started in Peru and Chile and Bolivia direction etc.
And if there's money available so Africa would be next.

Although the general direction I got confused still.
Some trekking in each country/area
If I close list of trekking, how do I arrange for a trek in every country, where detailed information about every Turk, marks etc.
In short, what do I do in order not to get lost and lose myself in a way.

About your design. So your scheduling seasons. If you plan to get there at the end of March so keep in mind that you will receive frequencies. You wrote that you want to go south. I mean to get around July/August. The winter there. Trekking. Open chat in November, when f Argentina. Also, when you want to start your South America (March) around Colombia, Ecuador has wet season. Take this into account. Peru also complied. In southern Argentina and Chile, to fall and early winter to Patagonia (fall very short name).

About New Zealand and Australia. These are expensive and cheap countries so take that into account in your costs because you write that you are looking for very cheap trip

io_travel  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 9:55:19 PM(UTC)
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Muriel was yet in India but I can't wait to get toLadakh. It is highly recommended for trekking and specified season. The site has nice story on route duck tales.

Look at the Trek to amioro-of darcha – look at all really but this trek is among the longest and probably interest you.

Just note that the area and mainly built. You need to catch up about paving roads there, change itineraries accordingly (you probably don't want to go on).

Also, be aware that year btiol (backpacker with a focus on hiking, from what I understand) you will be hard pressed to plan everything in detail. It's great that you are learning about the possibilities but have to leave things open and close the corners while moving.

MorielKovach  
#8 Posted : Wednesday, November 19, 2014 11:15:21 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = imtl; 582577]

About your design. So your scheduling seasons. If you plan to get there at the end of March so keep in mind that you will receive frequencies. You wrote that you want to go south. I mean to get around July/August. The winter there. Trekking. Open chat in November, when f Argentina. Also, when you want to start your South America (March) around Colombia, Ecuador has wet season. Take this into account. Peru also complied. In southern Argentina and Chile, to fall and early winter to Patagonia (fall very short name).

About New Zealand and Australia. These are expensive and cheap countries so take that into account in your costs because you write that you are looking for very cheap trip

So if I download the original design on South America and Australia/New Zealand,

Where will be fascinating and interesting as possible to trek from December-

[Quote = io_travel; 582582]

Muriel was yet in India but I can't wait to get toLadakh. It is highly recommended for trekking and specified season. The site has nice story on route duck tales.

Look at the Trek to amioro-of darcha – look at all really but this trek is among the longest and probably interest you.

Just note that the area and mainly built. You need to catch up about paving roads there, change itineraries accordingly (you probably don't want to go on).

Also, be aware that year btiol (backpacker with a focus on hiking, from what I understand) you will be hard pressed to plan everything in detail. It's great that you are learning about the possibilities but have to leave things open and close the corners while moving.

I read a lot about Ladakh and the Himalayas trekking out there etc and it sounds very interesting.

It's one of the things that attracted me to the main start and skip the beginning in Europe.

About that it is impossible to plan for every single thing that I'm aware of, and it is also part of the tour experience, my intention was where can I get information on any Trek

Information exactly as you specified: "Note that the area and mainly built. You need to catch up about paving roads there, change itineraries accordingly (you probably don't want to go on).

I heard about Lonely Planet, they spend about each State school with information about trekking but I also heard a lot of bad reviews on it.

Is there anything else I can style rely on to give me information?

imtl  
#9 Posted : Thursday, November 20, 2014 1:28:33 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = MorielKovach; 582584]

[Quote = imtl; 582577]

About your design. So your scheduling seasons. If you plan to get there at the end of March so keep in mind that you will receive frequencies. You wrote that you want to go south. I mean to get around July/August. The winter there. Trekking. Open chat in November, when f Argentina. Also, when you want to start your South America (March) around Colombia, Ecuador has wet season. Take this into account. Peru also complied. In southern Argentina and Chile, to fall and early winter to Patagonia (fall very short name).

About New Zealand and Australia. These are expensive and cheap countries so take that into account in your costs because you write that you are looking for very cheap trip

So if I download the original design on South America and Australia/New Zealand,

Where will be fascinating and interesting as possible to trek from December-

I didn't say you had to download the New Zealand/Australia. Just consider they are not cheap.

You should choose between South America if you want.

If you select South America so often in this period to begin in the South (Argentina/Chile) and encrypt.

By the way, these aren't books Lonely Planet trekking planning seriously. I mean, for trekking.

MorielKovach  
#10 Posted : Sunday, November 30, 2014 1:05:47 AM(UTC)
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So the General design is three months in northern India, 3 months in Nepal and from there proceed to South America.

Where can I find books/information on North India and trekking, and how to prepare, with/without Porter Porter, etc.

And about the weather.

I saw "design

Reach Delhi at around noon, sleep and take a bus to Manali.
Explore the area 10 days to do trekking towards Ladakh (Leh Manali or outside znskar) remain in the Ladakh region, a month and a half (including the first)
Away back in the direction of the symbol and go to Spiti to 10 days, then to travel to Rishikesh to do flower Valley (there should be about 10יום) etc and come to Delhi to take a day to Taj Mahal.
It closes in about three months, with some extra travel and some comfort. "

shaharellert  
#11 Posted : Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:27:31 PM(UTC)
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Muriel,

All envy. Send me your email, I have a digital version of trekking in the indian himalaya.

The book contains many options to assemble trajectories in different lengths and different difficulty degrees.

About Nepal I can offer (no personal experience) a section largely based on the GHT that begins at davalg-naslo-Annapurna-ganache-imal-the langtang-goiskonda any Skunk. Read about quite a few, is still a dream.

imtl  
#12 Posted : Sunday, November 30, 2014 8:36:41 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = shaharellert; 582726]

Muriel,

All envy. Send me your email, I have a digital version of trekking in the indian himalaya.

The book contains many options to assemble trajectories in different lengths and different difficulty degrees.

About Nepal I can offer (no personal experience) a section largely based on the GHT that begins at davalg-naslo-Annapurna-ganache-imal-the langtang-goiskonda any Skunk. Read about quite a few, is still a dream.

Dawn,

Can you send me the book?

Thank you

Eyal

shaharellert  
#13 Posted : Sunday, November 30, 2014 11:19:18 PM(UTC)
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I sent.

arthur  
#14 Posted : Monday, December 1, 2014 2:35:19 PM(UTC)
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If I had a year to do whatever I want.
I actually decided on a project and settling and moving from one place to another in a race to catch as much as possible.

For example, flying to Nepal and doing the GHT but left each and every mountain village as I want and as much as I can because of the time restrictions etc etc.
While the daughter finds places to volunteer or to learn meditation and some nature and the spiritual side.

But that's just me. And weird.
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#15 Posted : Monday, December 1, 2014 2:58:09 PM(UTC)
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Trekking + themobilebay.org/torrent/7537218/Lonely+Planet+ + in + the + Indian + Himalaya

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