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AmitH  
#1 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2015 4:40:39 PM(UTC)
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Hey:)

I plan on traveling with two friends to track in Europe in the first two weeks of June. (It might even be late May 29/30/31 region until June 12/13 area)

I know that the sweeping over the tracks in Alpine Europe is to emerge from late June to early July-but both the limitations and with that win.

What is your opinion? There are realistic options for time or forget it?

Thought on several options.

1. TMB/WHR

2. two or three NATIONAL PARK in Norway

3. outside Corsica GR20

4. any other option sounds reasonable and logical to you and not too expensive + flight track (not mandatory it would be weeks, even if only for a week-a week and a half, just the date range is from 29.5 to 13.6)

Last year I was in the one of High Altitude Mountain Run, in the yard between insburk (Austria's border to Italy), late June (25.6) and was perfect in terms of m-snow rarely walked in snow, little rain. But please note that we only travelers along the track.

Thanks in advance!

Amit

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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2015 5:05:11 PM(UTC)
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Hi Amit,

There are realistic options for period -but may have to compromise, to open your mind a bit.

Whether England can interest you The mountains not high in the Alps, there are no glaciers and challenging mountain passes and prices aren't cheap. But this season, there's plenty of tracks for weeks, if staying in the tent and trekking and Cook only very cost decreases, there is beauty of the culture and pubs all black babies

Examples?

In Scotland there are of course the West Highland Way (six days) to combine the Great Glen Way (four to five days) or the East Highland Way walk to chshboais. It is important to note that Scotland is not cheap, but perhaps a flight to Manchester + some knock off train

In England itself has lots of hiking-see for example the Wainwright Coast to Coast Trek seemed beautiful and interesting and very suitable for two weeks.

If you're into beaches-long trek Trek called South West Coast Path and go section.

I think you like bread but depending on the season, perhaps you should consider other options.

Whatever you decide – good luck!

Artuom  
#3 Posted : Saturday, March 28, 2015 6:07:27 PM(UTC)
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Besides the familiar things you can put together an itinerary through the following site-alpina.org/en/page/1/the http://www.via-via-alpina
You have a lot of options for a duration of two weeks.
I did some last year from yellow and no options. Was really uploaded.
AmitH  
#4 Posted : Sunday, March 29, 2015 7:56:33 AM(UTC)
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Hey:) Thanks for the responses!

About beach trips was not long on the TASMAN was amazing ABEL but I prefer the more Alpine tape.

Regarding other recommendations in Scotland and I will look later this week.

Anyone have a definite answer regarding the offences in thousands in early June? As mentioned at last June when I was awesome.

Again, thank

shaharellert  
#5 Posted : Sunday, March 29, 2015 8:12:19 AM(UTC)
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Early June I wouldn't take that risk, especially the relative time frame.

I was squinting toward Norway. If you need info/assistance.
יובלש  
#6 Posted : Sunday, March 29, 2015 8:35:27 AM(UTC)
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TMB-last year on the 27th of may all the crossings were still full of snow.

Http://www.autourdumontb...tions-may-27th-2014.html conditions.

Two years ago it was winter and some aisles were filled with snow until early July.

A Forum Member here had tried to go under those conditions. This kramphon loss and a broken shoulder (years later he had
He corrects the experience and made the track in good conditions).

If you're not rich experience in walking on ice fields, deep snow is not for you.

Because it's also more high routes should not insist and find routes elsewhere.
If it has to be in the thousands looking for tracks not cross 1-1, 600 meters.
vetiss  
#7 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2015 10:57:47 PM(UTC)
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Norwegian Alpine Trek in mid-June is a bad idea. Apparently above 1200 m deep snow would be ~ rest assured there won't be any bridges over streams, seasonal (stationed every year). Most of the routes through the heights.
Always look at the week before at selected points webcams trekking areas (Google Earth), but it's probably too late.
shaharellert  
#8 Posted : Tuesday, March 31, 2015 9:40:42 AM(UTC)
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Here is an example for ardangrbida in May (but not Alpine look amazing).

You can also look at other areas (dovrefjell, rondane)

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