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amosi  
#1 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:54:04 PM(UTC)
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Hello and thank you again for the reply in regards to TMB. As I mentioned the kept the track to AV1 and I have a few questions regarding track and getting there and back.

We are a couple with 3 children (14, 12, 7) and plan 4 days with 3 nights in rpiogy as listed in published recommendations regarding the ultimate Division of the track Sunday night, two night rpiogy in rpiogy to auerla, skotoni in rpiogy night planning to go rpiogy to go rpiogy and nuts skoiatoli and cable through the tunnels and eventually to drop cable and skoiatoli reach.

1. is there a way I described (course of choosing all the options easy) problematic places in terms of technical barrier as a very narrow road with cliffs or places to fall from them??

2. is the hike to the Lake rpiogy. Rais described on hand as hard climbing route, possible?

3. is the hike to the rpiogy rpiogy Chesnut skotini realized, could be our, need some equipment and okay with kids

4. where it is advisable to leave your car at the Lake in Rais or Cortina? And in Lake nshairo Rais-which can reach transport from Cortina to Bryce Lake? Is there a recommendation to leave the vehicle elsewhere?

5. continue the hike to rpiogy-skoiatoli for averau away by cable car and go from there as to where transport for departure from and return to the Rais-

Many thanks, Doron and Michal

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#2 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 3:30:49 PM(UTC)
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1. If you mean a very narrow path one must divide clearing vertically or nearly vertically – no such thing on track. There are steep slopes and alongside the track.

2. it is certainly possible. I guess your kids in shape walking. Met this rising families with children apparent them they don't have a gym.

They all came to the end but it took longer.

3. There is no need for special equipment.

4. it depends from where you reach the trailhead. If you leave your car in Cortina, Venice and two buses: one for doviako and bris.

If you leave you'll have to go back in the bris buses from Cortina.

5 m cable down to has AVERAU road and from there a bus to Cortina.

Two General comments about the schedule and the opening Note: distribution

A. the ultimate distribution schedule (10 days) refer to those with physical fitness/benefactor go who chose to walk many hours a day.

That means you need to take into account more hours on the road.

In 4 days to-I doubt AVERAU child 7-year-old stands.

amosi  
#3 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 4:01:26 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much. Just great forum!
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#4 Posted : Saturday, May 9, 2015 2:15:00 PM(UTC)
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Hello hikers! We are a family with three daughters, ages 4, 7 and 11. Plan a week walk between cabins in northern part of AV1 (e.g. between doviako excepted), and add 2-3 nights of walking between shacks in another part of this path or another. Do you know of problems with sleep in cabins with a 4? (Someone mentioned it and functional). If not, we will be happy to recommend a route, which includes cabins. The girls are going fine (Alpine routes abroad and almost every Saturday, until 7-8 km) but still stay here to want to slowly break into shorter sections. In addition, all logistical advice ranging from how book cabins (for example through a company like http://www.alpineexploratory.com/holidays/dolomites-alta-via-1-north.html) and how to get by public transport to the start of the Trek, where excess gear during the Trek, etc is welcome.

Thank you! Wren and Shirley

Edited by user Saturday, May 9, 2015 2:27:28 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#5 Posted : Saturday, May 9, 2015 2:39:21 PM(UTC)
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Read the welcome message of AV1 has a lot of information, arrival, and contact information, divided into days and more.

4-year-old girl in my opinion too young for this track. But I don't know her. Maybe go from cabin to cabin in very short sections

That very difficult lifts and the pace will be slow.

neutrino  
#6 Posted : Monday, May 11, 2015 4:50:34 PM(UTC)
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Dear friends, after exploring, please write here how was (welcomed). The father of three, I'm interested in this trip.

Thank you!
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