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#1 Posted : Friday, June 5, 2015 9:16:44 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

Years around the cage equipment Forum. Not allow me to travel the world and not have anything to contribute in other forums. Only dream.
So now it's finally happening and at the beginning of August and I going on vacation for 7 months.

We would love to spend some significant time on trails in the world.

As far as I know this is a tricky time of year for a walk one long track and probably need to put some shorter walks.

We wanted to consult you on trails that can match.

As a couple we are not in good shape and we have no technical skills (using crampons, axe, etc.). Also in terms of navigation and we completely begin (usually marked trails ...). My date went a significant part of the akmino and the Israel trail. I have no experience with long paths.

We are looking for a sequence of trails allow us in gently but matters will allow us the time to do something more ambitious. For example we go in November or December, North of New Zealand's South Island. It sounds far-fetched?

Start with something like Camino isn't very enticing and we wanted more experience nature and culture and landscapes. On the other hand to start with something like, I think maybe GR10 GR11 ambitious/not suitable?

So we look forward to any suggestion of/sequence of trails that can match.

In terms of world regions we are pretty open but would love some experience.

Thank you

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 3:34:27 AM(UTC)
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Fun.
I'd start in Ladakh (India) in August, September, October, November, Nepal and New Zealand finished in winter.
Ladakh can wear beautiful long continuous Trek of darcha-padum: mioro-צ'ילינג-Valley-Stoke-La Marca. Something like five or six weeks. The clear, simple logistics (there are many villages, you can even do without tent), only need to adjust the height. If that's not enough you can go on foot to Spiti via the Tso Moriri Lake-kinnaur and there, oternch.
In Nepal, you can connect the following sequence: trekking in langtang, Ganesh the imal, SI, Annapurna, dolfo. The areas of langtang, Ganesh and the earthquake damaged imal and might still be problematic. Again just logistically, except a little more tricky dolfo (but amazing).

Another option is appropriate in terms of weather is South America Chile Argentina Peru and later.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 3:52:15 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = zvikamr; 587039] fun.
I'd start in Ladakh (India) in August, September, October, November, Nepal and New Zealand finished in winter.
Ladakh can wear beautiful long continuous Trek of darcha-padum: mioro-צ'ילינג-Valley-Stoke-La Marca. Something like five or six weeks. The clear, simple logistics (there are many villages, you can even do without tent), only need to adjust the height. If that's not enough you can go on foot to Spiti via the Tso Moriri Lake-kinnaur and there, oternch.
In Nepal, you can connect the following sequence: trekking in langtang, Ganesh the imal, SI, Annapurna, dolfo. The areas of langtang, Ganesh and the earthquake damaged imal and might still be problematic. Again just logistically, except a little more tricky dolfo (but amazing).

Another option is appropriate in terms of weather is South America Chile Argentina Peru and later.

Langtang, Ganesh area and anaslo in Nepal are irrelevant. The most significant injury there anyway to manasalo need a qualified guide.

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#4 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 8:39:10 AM(UTC)
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Hey afix (name?)

I think the gr10\11 are not a bad option at all.

Both start in the regions (it doesn't matter where you start) of lower degree of difficulty rises gradually until you reach higher areas of the Pyrenees will be after 10 days.

I think this is a good choice for routes long Sunday.

It's early August isn't bad to start them.
Note in the Middle-late September weather in the northern hemisphere begins to cool and this time you will need to migrate to areas closer to the Equator like India/Nepal (as Eyal wrote, may be problematic because the day was a disaster) or Central/South America.
Away for decber you can continue South to New Zealand or Argentina and Chile

Enjoy!!
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 8:46:27 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

The name guy.

Thanks for the responses. I look for more information on directions uploaded. Encouraging to hear that the GR11 sounded reasonable. Nsgrano him but not final at this stage, we don't have much time left to plan and about already have invested a lot and design work.

Asked what kind of information we're looking for Bill. So fantasy views of mountains and forests, few people on the trail, reasonable logistics (we prefer to sleep in a tent and cook for ourselves but we are happy not to carry food and water amounts), and the path is marked in a reasonable level. In a large cabin to cabin cabins in Europe less attractive us Tour with "culture" and less and less attractive natural landscapes.

Another option for September-October is distance _ hiking_tracks_in_Australia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_long Australia
The bibolamon looks nice and possible for beginners but not spectacular, exciting and crowded.

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#6 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 9:17:49 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = afix; 587061]

Hey,

The name guy.

Thanks for the responses. I look for more information on directions uploaded. Encouraging to hear that the GR11 sounded reasonable. Nsgrano him but not final at this stage, we don't have much time left to plan and about already have invested a lot and design work.

Asked what kind of information we're looking for Bill. So fantasy views of mountains and forests, few people on the trail, reasonable logistics (we prefer to sleep in a tent and cook for ourselves but we are happy not to carry food and water amounts), and the path is marked in a reasonable level. In a large cabin to cabin cabins in Europe less attractive us Tour with "culture" and less and less attractive natural landscapes.

Another option for September-October is distance _ hiking_tracks_in_Australia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_long Australia
The bibolamon looks nice and possible for beginners but not spectacular, exciting and crowded.

For South Australia and Tasmania, it's early in terms of trekking. Unless it's like the beach route.

How about South America?

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#7 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 9:43:11 PM(UTC)
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Guy.
If you are planning to go to Australia in September, you'd better hurry, the visa process along last month as well as the Australians did not approve visas automatically (unless you have a passport more attractive).
Your dates are slightly problematic in the southern parts of Australia (NSW, Victoria, South Australia and the southern part of WA)-still quite cold.
However that in Queensland and the Northern Territory is ideal.
Most of the tracks in Australia are along the continent's ikapia the tracks into the continent bare minimum you think appropriate, according to the torch.
Said Australia's continent already? Well, it is! Her amazing distances need to be more focused on planning.

Edited by user Wednesday, June 10, 2015 10:13:48 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#8 Posted : Thursday, June 11, 2015 5:46:44 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the information about Australia.

About South America-specific relevant pathways? I searched a little and didn't see that trail seemed appropriate.
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