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io_travel  
#61 Posted : Sunday, March 15, 2015 3:38:25 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Brian, I know-there are not many places to resupply (actually only one short ride away from Sonora Pass). What do I say? I hope I can take the challenge.

You review-Colorado Trail. Wait a little longer ?

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#62 Posted : Sunday, March 15, 2015 4:10:55 PM(UTC)
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Amber please. Have fun!
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#63 Posted : Tuesday, March 17, 2015 1:18:52 AM(UTC)
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Good luck amber.
I guess you are aware that the dates of the certificate you received are falling on the rest of the season.
During late August-September may not be much to travelers so that it will be almost exclusively.
About weather: on the one hand you can experience a great time, but in September has been down a lot of times the first snows in the Sierra, so be aware that you need to get some winter gear (warm coat, hat, gloves and equipment might be protection against rain, you and your backpack).
Of course we all envy you!!!

P.s.
What about the Colorado Trail (CT)? Are you going to write a review without left.
io_travel  
#64 Posted : Tuesday, March 17, 2015 9:09:50 AM(UTC)
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Hey thanks tilapia!

Yes, everything you wrote. Usually I mean the end of the season (personal preference). This time it was so without going. Get another sweater.

About the Colorado Trail-thanks to Yair, totally have a crush on the track and at one point considered to follow him instead of the JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION (have time). So maybe reviewing stuff. No, I probably won't write review on didn't go, but hope to go (even) in the coming years.

Again thank you all and many admirable things about congratulating!

io_travel  
#65 Posted : Wednesday, April 15, 2015 6:36:10 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends,

This thread has become lately a bit to what amber trail going up in 2015 "sorry and hope I exaggerated but ... I have again updated

Next month I'm getting up and leaving.

Your job, your apartment, your friends, your family.

I decided to take a break.

I flew toLondon and after several days of respite, going up the South West Coast Path! (I think the path is unknown here). This is for beaches on the southwest corner of the British island: map of the path.

It is the longest national in England. Length over 1000 miles! And at this point I have no idea how it will go (I hope on the side to go, but don't tell anyone ).

This is for low (so that beginning in mid-May is perfectly logical) that passes through many towns (and even small town or two) and rarely requires planning (logistics, more or less — and pramit! ). It works for me in many ways. (I don't have time "or" get ready now).

InJuly I go toCanada and ankovr, to visit my family (I try to include a track at least one multi-day but it won't be anything long).

OverAugust toCalifornia! (No! Renounced my original plan: Tahoe to Whitney ).

Everything rolled very (very!) faster and I am particularly stressed with polymeric networks and parallel arrangements of ending my duties at work. But the showdown: allowed to be jealous.

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#66 Posted : Wednesday, April 15, 2015 7:00:11 PM(UTC)
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Sounds amazing. Waiting for the review for England. I've always wanted to go between towns and castles in Britain.
Take care and have fun!
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#67 Posted : Wednesday, April 15, 2015 8:07:28 PM(UTC)
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Good luck all! Hope you keep updating here along the route (s)!
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#68 Posted : Wednesday, April 15, 2015 8:19:06 PM(UTC)
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Have fun and good luck amber.
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#69 Posted : Wednesday, April 15, 2015 10:33:58 PM(UTC)
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Well ... Sounds interesting. Good luck
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#70 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 8:38:31 AM(UTC)
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Beautiful amber! The dreams of other people helped

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#71 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 12:57:56 PM(UTC)
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If you're planning a few days in Vancouver so I recommend, of course, one of the famous West Coast Trail hikers: 75 km long.

The official site for:
Http://www.westcoasttrailbc.com/

The for Wikipedia:
Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Coast_Trail if I recall correctly that starving me, then one of the oldest Forum almost inactive, Efrat (ladybug), the path in the first half of the last decade. Her description was deleted with all of the information in the Forum until 2006.
io_travel  
#72 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 3:10:31 PM(UTC)
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Amnon-thank you! I know very well the f I don't think I have enough time for that and not sure it fits (I'm not alone). But he certainly jumps to the eye when searching for tracks in the area so much about Kerry.

We must stick to the track of three days in the area Whistler (Garibaldi Park). Maybe I will add my own more three days somewhere in the vicinity.

If anyone really interested in this West Coast Trail trail, I recommend to watch long video:

Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oaEE-WmGsA

I think he's really a good experience of this path, including his unique difficulties many scales and a lot (a lot!).

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#73 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 8:58:52 PM(UTC)
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Well, what do we do? Not neprgen? Bend it! And write.
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#74 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 9:01:10 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = io_travel; 585722]

Hello friends,

This thread has become lately a bit to what amber trail going up in 2015 "sorry and hope I exaggerated but ... I have again updated

.

.

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Next month I'm getting up and leaving.

Your job, your apartment, your friends, your family.

I decided to take a break.

Everything rolled very (very!) faster and I am particularly stressed with polymeric networks and parallel arrangements of ending my duties at work. But the showdown: allowed to be jealous.

Nothing to apologize, this thread is intended precisely to messages like yours!

Yo, what's exciting. Respect for the brave. Hope you have fun, and let the long geographic distance, to minimize the reporting and participation.

So our jealousy will be an ongoing process:-)

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#75 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 9:10:39 PM(UTC)
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So, break the tools and do what you really love. That nose!

I wish I had the guts.

The truth is that I "got my eye on this trail. But eventually chose on Pennine Way

In any case it seems we both walk on the soil of England around the same time.

Have fun and come back safely to school experiences!

io_travel  
#76 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 9:48:55 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = stardust; 585766]

The truth is that I "got my eye on this trail. But eventually chose on Pennine Way

In any case it seems we both walk on the soil of England around the same time.

Starry, I thought also on the Pennine Way. But time enough for something longer and decided not to split (I thought at the beginning of the Pennine + something in Lake District). However something on very attractive SWCP. It's hard for me to explain why I "stick" for.

Anyway-have fun!!! Good luck!!!

[Quote = HarmonicWave; 585765]

Yo, what's exciting. Respect for the brave. Hope you have fun, and let the long geographic distance, to minimize the reporting and participation.

Thank you shine. I'll try to report but it would be less frequent. I am taking a tent and intend to stay as much as possible (for very suitable). Also budgetary considerations (sightseeing) and other considerations (especially flexibility and closeness to nature). I also plans wild camping and lodging sites. And lodging at the Inn or B & B.

I really hope I get used to stay in the tent and I could enjoy it.

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#77 Posted : Thursday, April 16, 2015 10:37:51 PM(UTC)
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Congratulations amber brave dead wrong decision.

Time in this season of your life. Good luck and enjoy it wherever you go.

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#78 Posted : Saturday, April 18, 2015 5:45:50 PM(UTC)
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As mentioned last month to 28 out of teaching material look cdt all similarities to CT aplatim or coincidental

The less extensive options in New Mexico and not nearly what I check called selected. Track

Almost no Traill Engel & c.

Yogi's book is full of junk and going from North to South, although over 80 percent going backwards-North borders

(At least you can throw half of it in advance, which saves weight)

And almost every part of New Mexico gives an option of walking on roads or dirt roads.

Average distances of 100 + mil Ben fueling point "each other which will send parcels which needed him before, almost

Until definite navigation between GPS and jazz the ... right now download aiipide maps (thanks to Noam GAL) and cut the excess paper maps printed by one space to send a mail to gboei got home so get compass of methods

So happy independence holiday among them soon to try to manage the resources report if in how and where.

amnon-ar1  
#79 Posted : Saturday, April 18, 2015 9:43:28 PM(UTC)
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Which

What maps are you going up for Jonathan Ley's or those of Bear Creek?

Another question: are you going to go the whole path (thru hike), or part of it and complete it in the future?

We, of course, won't resist if you update us and write the path experiences.
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#80 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:05:29 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
I would like to consult you about something Bailiwick in several months. I know the folks here in the Forum can understand me and direct me in the right way.
The current summer I managed to get myself about two months/two and a half months. Which of course I want to take a long trip.
Before my eyes-right now-at least 2 options-oriented thought and find it hard to decide between:

GTA- Grande Traversata delle Alpi . A trail that crosses the lgoris Alps in Italy. Or crossing of type Iceland thought about myself based on blogs I read on the Internet and help from some good friends here in the Forum.

On the one hand, Iceland sounds like a magical place. Type of landscape and culture that had not yet experienced which is very intriguing, but the country's Center features a desolate lava gray thing for several hundred miles and it seems to me like something happens to me during the walk. Even the weather in Iceland (blogs I read, at least) is very hard to cope.

About the GTA-Grand very attract me even though you have already traveled to length in 2 long trails. But I'm in love with thousands of hard-drinking is something very dominant in my life (who got to know me know).

I can be in the thousands for months without being sick. But I have the feeling a little stuck and so many types of landscapes and regions in the world to see but the thousands that make another name.

I know it sounds like rich's, but still mustered the courage and I consult you.

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