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#1 Posted : Thursday, June 4, 2015 8:41:10 PM(UTC)
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Everything I read somewhere as TIME IS MONEY. So I purchased the guide of CICERONE

For this year, TMB. Not a few finished his praise. And another reason for purchase:

I wanted to see how a guide CICERONE.

A manual edit. Wonderful and beautiful photos but they are all very similar to each other: peaks and valleys.

It's "for" area where you are going. Excellent information and everything you need in one place. The $ 85 price includes shipping.

The trip costs $ 8000-5000 (depending on how you sleep and eat) so the price guide really negligible.

Two disadvantages:

1. weight: 300 grams of 170 km trail. This heavyweight Guide. Description of the route in both directions that benefit.

2. maps. That I knew.

Price includes $ 85 if two buyers submit maps 1:25, 000 is about 15 euros (about $ 65) and approximately $ 150.

Total 90 א"ג per kilometer trail that in my eyes.  The guide I don't take to it just for reading at home.

I know you all the information you can find on the Internet. Including a guide by some Members here.

In AV1 went with map and description of the way I downloaded.

The post is the Guide reviews who decides to purchase it.

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#2 Posted : Thursday, June 4, 2015 9:33:58 PM(UTC)
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Directory without maps and guide it so the recommendation is for the Guide.
In the gipyasim era and frequently updated information (especially for canonical as TMB) to buy the friendly
But if the goal was to learn how the guide is structured, and then probably noticed beyond the scandal, even as its third most often from him.
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#3 Posted : Thursday, June 4, 2015 10:52:01 PM(UTC)
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As regards the information guide has it all. So I think it's great.

Just need to read and get information that is important for walking. As the road is very appropriate.

And not just because of the map. According to my scale Guide to 170 km + maps 1:25, 000 should consider each

Best 100 grams and in my opinion, no less. That's pretty much what weighs the guide in French.

What exactly have any other page? I get the point after the first two pictures.

Or list of guidebooks on cars And there are lots of empty space not printed. It is beautiful to the eye

But wasting paper.

When I read French isn't bad and I even have a copy of 2007 that Ma sent me

Two years ago or more. But I'm too lazy to read it. The road to take a list of places to stay with phones.

Enjoy and buy map 1:50, 000 or 1:25 ' 000 2.

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#4 Posted : Friday, June 5, 2015 8:31:36 AM(UTC)
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I wrote this a few times in responses to our friendly was their guide to TMB from 2013 or 2012. Very not impressed.
Schmatis illustrations of maps, road boring, it's not easy to find your way around, and in General is not served us almost at all on the path.

The French really guide much more than recommended. His excellent maps and we used almost exclusively, without having to refer to the book itself. I bought a Digital Edition, so I Google Translate to translate it into English. Shaky translation and twitching. But I am sure that we are able to understand the meaning of things, if we need to use it. In retrospect, we used only on maps (which I printed separately, very good quality).

Soon I make a file oplein to BCNav maps and Orux Maps for the TMB, and I think it will do most for those who want to rely on unlocked. Still should at least print out maps of the French Guide.
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#5 Posted : Friday, June 5, 2015 10:17:34 AM(UTC)
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I also went the TMB with the guide of Ciceron, and my impression of him of Amtrack.

That impression was strengthened after the introduction of another guide, Trailblazer, the Pennine Way footpath from which returned a week ago.

The book weighs slightly more than 300 grams, not bad for 430 km long, it contains 135 charts of the scale 1:20, 000.

With plenty of purpose and general comments that look like handwriting in the margins of the charts with every reference element (Gate, bridge, and Highway) you meet on the way, refreshing change compared to the guides that are packed with texts: "crossing the bridge, and after 200 m turn right, continue straight and after the third turn left." And approx.

The arrows toward the foot of her teachers (double arrow marks on it) and darts is about teachers.

The book also has over 300 landmarks along the path you can navigate by GPS.

Example for TMB.

Example-Pennine Way chart

In addition the book contains general information about the trail, including flora and fauna, as well as detailed information on accommodation and eating options along the way.

On its usability, the fact that dated to testify a new book and a worn book altogether. However, the number of new Ciceron seemed almost after 2 attempts to go the TMB.

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#6 Posted : Friday, June 5, 2015 12:04:13 PM(UTC)
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I know Amtrak. The truth is that finding information on concatenation of 80 pages takes time mooneee.

But I didn't buy it for I wanted to see what this is about. You love everything but you gives digtal

Still a significant minority that grows and expands, as well as some of the members here. But people still like to hold a book in your hand.

If everyone were like you, I had to go to conquer any Hill junction, and begging.

300 g to 450 km = 0.67 g quite heavy for I guess atheor is one way that manual.

Which the standard books for me should be a maximum of 0.25 grams per km including maps 1:50:000

And if you want maps of 1:25, 000 it will be about 0.45 grams per km I don't understand for what the book has GPS points-

It can be downloaded from the network. It's much simpler, or am I missing something?

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#7 Posted : Friday, June 5, 2015 1:01:10 PM(UTC)
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The description is one way. But since these graphics and text orientation that mountains going in the opposite direction can use

Reverse order book-the last chart to the first chart, which miithr the need for a description of the way in both directions.

Additionally, at the end of the book global maps of the path which you can find your way around greater environment, which miithr the need

Additional maps outside of the book itself. I went with a book that was enough for me completely.

The book also contains maps of the major towns along the way.

The coordinates displayed in the graphs as shown in the diagram for example I gave (Pennine Way-031 book.

A table with all the coordinates) directs goes exactly to a specified point on the path, as opposed to coordinates that are downloaded from the network.

Not clear what point on the path they are directed.

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