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#1 Posted : Friday, June 19, 2015 11:32:15 PM(UTC)
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As a general rule. The Pennine Way (pronounced Pe-9 Way) is that the trail crosses the Pennine mountain range, dubbed "the spine" of England and continued north through the Cheviot to Scotland. Length of the trail is 410-430 km, depending on the alternative paths. The beginning (if going from South to North, it's the usual Greece) at Edale village which lies roughly between the cities of Sheffield and Manchester, and ends in the village of Kirk Yetholm, just across England-Scotland. The trail passes through three national parks: Peak, Dales Discrit Twice, and in Northumberland. The trail was opened in 1965 and this year he celebrated 50th.

Some statistics (not counted, it was taken from Wikipedia): out for 287, breaks ranks and 249-183 passes (over walls or fences) and 204 bridges. 458 meaning signs are placed along the path.

Reaching for and back. I flew with EasyJet to Luton (there are also flights to Manchester) and was fine, although the stories claimed that allowed or forbidden to raise the plane, walking sticks etc. At the airport not to stand in for EasyJet but go straight to security and then there's nothing to stop you to go with the backpack. My walking sticks were folded inside the backpack and posed no problem.

On the yearly at EasyHotel Luton (I had a lot of yellow-orange that day) and I went on to the starting point of the trail in Edale. Here need to stress an important point: the UK train tickets must be booked in advance (at least two weeks) If you do not want to pay fees, as retold in the imaginary future. Your ticket to Edale ordered in advance so it cost me £ 19 per night. The ticket back to London I didn't order in advance because you don't know when to finish the trail (you cannot use except when marked, unless available open card is more expensive).

Returning to London — Kirk Yetholm from the nearest bus Kelso.b on February 7, and from there another bus to the city of Berwick upon Tweed in the East coast of England (up to seven, and something), to arrive early at 11 a.m. There are regular trains for movement from there. At the train station I was told that a trip to London (which takes about 4 hours) £ 128 channel if I want to go to London the same day. The next day cost £ 52 card, but only for a train leaving at 5 p.m. to inquire about. Bus trip takes nine hours and costs £ 30. A bus leaves at 11 pm and the next bus at 11 a.m. I bought a bus ticket for the morning and went to stay at the local youth hostel (10 pounds in a shared room). To whoever who intends to travel in trains.

Level of difficulty. The trail is considered the hardest path among the United Kingdom's national long (probably trails in greater difficulty, but they are not official trails). It increases do on 12,000 m and the highest point along its length is at 893 m (Cross Fell ").

So how much for really hard? The answer depends on the design of several days. Most go finish for 16-21 days. Because the trail is not difficult technically there's temptation to go two days long, sections is incremental effect, especially if you don't take days of rest in between. I walked it in 14 days. It wasn't easy, but also not very hard. Accordingly, the level of difficulty depends greatly on the number of days and chooses to walk the path.

The weather. That is another factor that can affect the level of difficulty. May, where I went for, should be one of the driest. But this year the tables turned. April was completely dry in winter weather returned. This did not come to the fore in rainfall. The used clothes for three or four days only. The rain came down in hail and one day was also intense lasted a hailstorm. The big problem was the winds that blew strongly, especially when you go morgshot in high places (most of the clips for). England is relatively low and there is no actual geographical barrier to stop the winds they blow the power (that's probably why multiple wind turbines that can be seen in many places along the trail). Temperatures measured during walks ranging from 3 to 10 degrees and only on the second day they were walking "" temperature of 20 degrees.

The route of the trail. The trail goes through three main environments: mountains, moorland and rural areas that are usually in the low places. The route of the trail mostly comfortable, thanks to the tremendous work that went into preparing the path for walking. The moorland are those vast areas that the land that constitutes them may they bound are covered in dense vegetation in green-yellow-brown named heather. The water accumulate on the ground and make it a itzatit ground (bogy). In the recent past for people who have sank to his knees on the ground bitzatit and stories about people sinking to the waist and even up to the chest. To resolve this problem, most for Earl were paved with helicopters in rock tiles (slabs) to many kilometers. And still there are many path segments, especially in the northern half, which forced them to candle peering based soil muddy shoes and each day ends when the shoes and the pants are wet and muddy. Hence it is clear that are required if Gore-Tex shoes want to stay with dry socks or less in the end. I started the trail with taupe shoes and finish it with shoe-gray mud, to quote the skit. There are also some videos also on boulders, but overall the work that went into preparing for the walk.

Highlighting and navigation. In General, the trail is well marked, but not good enough to rely on the only. At least once a day you will find yourself standing and wonder where we go from here. The walks came along the trail from big brovo, but still there are those sections, mainly on two rocky mountain peaks or in the wetland savannas, for no discernible route on the ground and use navigation skills (Basic) in order not to deviate from the path.

The trail is marked in several ways to meet everyone there: wooden signs, pop icon who symbolizes national trails, yellow arrow embedded for cities and host Greece going on (but can also mark other trails), רוג'ומים, wooden poles are marked with yellow or white stones with colored arrow sometimes yellow.

A good guide is mandatory. I went with the guide of the accompanying Traiblazer attached. along the path. Except for information that includes Rabbi, has a few schmthiot maps in 135 scale 1:20, 000 with the purpose and provisions that make it really easy to navigate. Danielle is a lot more useful instructions walk numbers given them in the text. The book also has more general maps which I think would render the need for a map. Compass is also an item that can be a real help and could do with GPS I had but only on GPS IX or x I used it for the first time, simply because hatati retrievable from the backpack and set it to the coordinate system.

Accommodation, food, water. A variety of places to stay along the trail including campsites, hostels, youth hostels, shared accommodation and B & B prices of campsites are normally 5 lbs (always have showers and WC), because what jump to 7-8 lbs in the northern part of the path. About pirated "space" sleep – I don't think there's a problem with it unless its tent in someone's yard. Hostel dorm (6 beds) will cost 10-20 pounds and B & B will cost 30-35 lbs including a full English breakfast. There are plenty of places to stay along the way.

You can buy food at supermarkets and shops along the way (uk post offices can also buy food!). I don't think that should stock up on food for more than two days. Pubs and restaurants are in abundance. Pub meal that includes a main course is definitely satisfying Canal 8-10 pounds. A pint of beer will cost 3-3.5 pounds. The Guide mentioned above including details of all the sleeping, eating, and supermarkets. Availability of accommodation and eating in a very good way, except one or two towards the end of the path.

In the water I have unfortunately had a lot to contribute. Because cold weather had on average no more than a pint a day (not including the drinks or evening), except the second relatively warm where I drank about 2 liters. In the early days pass numerous water reservoirs (providing the consumption of Manchester and Sheffield) and I have no idea if the water potable. I was told that water can drinking streams without concern over a certain height adjustment that I don't remember what. The water is usually painted Brown because of the tie, but was told no problem for drinking water. And of course you can always go to court one of the houses in populated areas and seeks to obtain water, as I did once.

Plants, animals and geology. The tutorial I mentioned up there, including details of the flowers and the animals we encounter on the way and repeat. But I want to mention one chicken, Red Grouse hen Secretary small tits The living areas are the moorland. I mention the favorite because of his special readings that are always happy to hear in my power of God in moorland. Here is a short sample.

Here you can find geologic map of the path and cut height.

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#2 Posted : Friday, June 19, 2015 11:45:33 PM(UTC)
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The story through

Day 1: Edale to Crowden (26 km)

I came to Edale train from Luton just after 10 a.m. on a gray and rainy day. I was hoping to eat breakfast and perhaps buy a map and gas tank but it was closed. Putting in the rain and I started to go but before I left I saw a village Caf? open. Ate something there and I left at 11 o'clock. The rain has stopped for now, and the sky cleared, and the feeling of optimism back to me. The trail passes through farms and pastures green, until he starts to climb the ridge. Here was my first acquaintance with powerful winds that accompany me along most of the trail. The rain returned here and there and sometimes accompanied by hail. The beautiful scenery around, but even a simple task like taking turns in this task.

This day is considered to be a tough day and it was so. It includes some increases as the increase to the name Scout called Kinder_ pictorial and Jacob's Ladder to Bleacklow Head, before beginning the descent towards Crowden, the destination for that day.

I came to when premature evening Crowden. Camping have two English: it was his second attempt to walk the path, and Liz, a woman taking a look adinat England had retired and now is in the midst of a walkabout across the British monarchy from its southern to the northern end.

Pictures day 1

Day 2: from Crowden to Mankinholes (37 km)

I woke up the morning of the day. Waited a long day and not easy, and without delay I. I soon found myself walking on a paved trail in the moorland across non-ending And here in the middle of nowhere, I saw a man standing in the distance. It was Liz. We were both surrounded by open spaces, we talked about all sorts of things and then broke up.

It was incredibly fun, which exposed me to Lovely day attack, isn ' t it?  I poured all the owners I have ever met, and they were many.

Mankinholes miles before the target for that day is called pub, The White House beside a main road and near the reservoir. The temptation to eat a meal at the pub led me to the decision to stop here and settled on the lawn adjacent to the pool. And the weather was great during the day, turned over at once. While the establishment of the first tent to sit strong wind that chopapa the central pole of the tent and laid him on the ground. Frozen fingers tried to stabilize the tent but without success. I went to a pub and comfort when I'm relieved when I saw that at the tent stays fixed to the ground. The shtachlati with the sleeping bag between the sheets so I lay awake when the wind blow power tent all night. And I slept thinking about two things only: no tent out and the morning come.

Photos day 2

Day 3:-Mankinholes Ickornshaw (31 km)

And this morning came. But he brought no change in wind power. Frozen fingers I packed my gear was wet (rain) and stuffed it like it is. When I started walking, backpack on my back and I wrapped up my rain gear, back to me the joy of walking. Despite the wind and the cold and hardships, including night, I said to myself, if you pass the night in peace, you move all the other surprises that prepares you for this.

The way to a hill topped by an impressive monument of 19th century called Stoodley Pike. The wall above the entrance to embedded structure of David (see photos). On the question of how he got there name David, I couldn't answer. Between the troubleshooters iogerl mystery. Well, think of something.

The road passes through the village of Colden, where I met two New Zealanders Joe and Richard. Richard is a retired school principal to early retirement. Joe spent eight years in a convent, later lived a few years in Sweden and now she returns to Egypt New Zealand. She speaks several languages, including Japanese and Chinese. After this path continues to the GR20 followed to TMB. The following days we went out together.

Down the road, the trail passes near the village of Haworth, home of the Bronte sisters and the dump was inspired Emily Bront? as a story is exported the book "Wuthering Heights". We finish the day at Ickornshaw camping and dinner and beer at the local pub.

Pictures day 3

Day 4: from Malham-Ickornshaw (30 km)

I'm one of those who wake up in the morning, fold up and are starting to go. I have no patience for coffee, breakfast and spending time. Joe and Richard are just the opposite. They have breakfast all the time in the world, and go along with them. After breakfast, shower, coffee, and just sitting around we missed moving only towards ten o'clock.

Today is brimming with rustic views including the walk along the Leeds Liverpool Canal. Arrive at Gargrave town and nice cafe next to it stands a sign telling the distance in miles from Edale and the remaining distance to Kirk Yetholm. As we sit around the table, Joe announces that she can't go because of foot problems. They decide to stay in town and after separation (excited) I continued toward the town of Malham. When I went to one B & B, instead allowing camping accommodations, too. But because it was raining and I was pretty tired after four days isn't easy I decided to opt for the more expensive option of accommodation.

Pictures day 4

Day 5: from Malham to Horton-in-Ribblesdale (24 km)

The Malham Cove is the first thing in the morning. This impressive limestone cliff that is built in the shape of a threshing floor. Met there my heart, England who works in London and all weekend traveling to her parents who live within an hour's drive from here. We can go together. The trail climbs the cliff and continues to Malham Tarn, a lake created by a glacier and is the tallest building in England. If I could, keep going with my heart up to the North Pole. But at this point she should return to Malham. I broke it off and continues in the direction of Gent, Pen Y resembling in shape the marble for very steep hills. Today Saturday and despite the wind, facing several families with children.

From there the road continues to the town of steep Horton-in-Ribblesdale. When I went to the campsite. The two men sat in the lobby and as I count from Israel and the Pennine Way immediately invited me to come in for a cup of tea or coffee, and although I refused politely, they tied water and cleared my armchair and filed and also told me about the place and what awaits me. This is the place to comment during this journey I came across many English side that met, besides English, courtesy even in extraordinary discoveries of kindness and willingness to help.

Photos day 5

Day 6: from Horton-in-Ribblesdale to Hawes (25 km)

A relatively short day the truth, I don't remember him much. Certainly it was a rainy day. At the end of the day that included the usual mix of countryside, moorland and several summits, got to the relatively large town Hawes, with shops of all kinds. Because it was relatively early considering whether to keep going or end the day. I bought the Fish n ' my first trip the Chips (5.5 pounds, solid price everywhere) fed on dozens of bikers who company. The rain continued to come down occasionally, what helped my decision to spend the night in one of the B & B could still find a room.

Photos day 6

Day 7: from Hawes to Tan Hill (27 km)

The problem there is that the left foot had decided to come alive now. But fortunately, and contrary to the Meg name miodatheno in southern England and reported the problem threatens to turn her (health), I actually felt pain while resting. Walking, probably because it heats up, the pain becomes unbearable. But the problems that accompany me until the end and will have to hobble the stations daily, which will drag the question: blisters?  Almost any man known to happen.

I awoke to a rainy day at the first rural landscapes and continuation of definite wallow action in pools the moorland and it must one of the high peaks. The trail continues along the length of the river is beautiful, and charming waterfall crossing the rendezvous with coast to coast path. Return to moorland and finally reach the goal of that day – the famous Tan Hill pub in the middle of nowhere and looks as far as House and is the highest pub in the UK.

I registered a name for the shared room accommodation where 6 beds and I was the only visitor, but last night the room was fully booked. This saw according to the beds that were offered and the trash that was scattered all over the room. I went downstairs and asked to get clean sheets. The Lady at the front desk sent the man of the named Tony to change my bedding. He also ran a vacuum in the room and so some friendly. The toilet and bathrooms were renovated, including the celebrated fiasco there. Recently aired tv show on the spot and attracts curious, like Canadian couple invite me for a beer. Despite the mess, the remoteness and the uniqueness of the place make a special atmosphere and closeness among people staying there.

Day 7 photos

Day 8: Tann Hill to 46th-in-Teesdale (27 km)

This day will be very wet because of the rain that fell for most of the day, and because the muddy puddles and soil. I and I a bunch of three: two English sisters and a guy who went with them. Most of the way done together, wrapped in rain soaked clothes in puddles. The peak was a powerful hail strike which lasted about an hour. On this day, crossing the line for.

When we got to the 46th turned to B & b booked and I went to sleep in a trailer that had dozens of camping but not a soul one.

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Day 9:46th-in-Teesdale to Dufton (32 km)

Today, in contrast to the trend, going West and finished the day at South point to the starting point. And for good reason – the trail follows the River Tees which is one of the days enjoyable. The river that flows in power has many waterfalls. In some sections the walk is on boulders but generally easy walking. The trail climbs the steep falls one. Climbing up right next to the water flowing, enjoyable experience, but can cause discomfort to people watching from the sidelines as the people stood up and watched me and I had to do the complete opposite way.

Just before the descent to Dufton pass one of the most impressive places along the trail. It is High Cup Nick, a spectacular Valley created by a glacier that overflowed and determined this valley.

In Dufton amiohad, a town where many homes are built of reddish sandstone, I turned to the youth hostel and I was staying in a room of six was unmanned, partly with people I met along the way. We ate dinner at the hostel.

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Day 10: from Dufton to Alston (32 km)

The day begins with a steep and down onto some high point along the path. Mostly cloudy day with many powerful spirits, feel them mostly. On the way past a cabin built for emergencies and called for travel that perished in the area. In the cabin there are thermal blankets, I left there and guestbook. The trail descends to Garigill village and continues along a beautiful river to the town of Alston.

My intention was to stay overnight at the campsite but on the outskirts of the town, right on the trail, youth hostel and I decided to go. It was the best place of all the hostels that lanti. In General, hostels in England are at a much higher level of conottiot that this concept can upload. They are very clean, almost all kitchens for guest use, drying room, washing machine, living room with free tea and coffee and a very pleasant atmosphere. And above all friendly service unexpectedly. I asked the receptionist about dormitory accommodation and for comparison I asked how much room either. She said that I should take a private room because the lodge is empty and so to be alone in a room. To get a towel (great hostel 2) and she said she had in which case an extra towel and she can give it to me for free. Asked about laundry, which is also free, but it's going anyway to do a few things so that she can attach my laundry is free. The next morning I found my laundry hanging and dry in the dryer. They also were ready to move on for me my breakfast so I could preface. This is another example of civility and amiability.

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Day 11: from Alston to Greenhead (27 km)

Another wet day, but quite easy way without serious ups or special occasions. Inclement weather reduces the desire to sleep in a tent and I turn again to the town of Greenhead youth hostel. Apparently to stay there to sign up at the front. I'm a guest lodge and only feels at home. There's not a soul, not even staff. I can choose my bed from 18 beds in the rooms. I returned to the hotel for dinner and there met the two sisters who were walking along a few days ago. The evening we spent in exchanging experiences of the last few days.

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Day 12: Greenhead to Bellingham (35 km)

This morning I don't fast, I make myself breakfast in the empty kitchen of the Inn. Refrigerators full of food left by other visitors to use. For me one day to long height along approximately 12 miles along the most beautiful section of the Wall, Hedrian's wall was built in the 1st century AD by the Romans across England. The walk along the wall constant ups and downs but very enjoyable. Previously, pass Lake created by the eruption of magma that rose from the Earth and created the crater. Today is Saturday, and the area is packed with travellers.

Along the way I met three Englishmen that they now trail in the last stage. Still meet them down the road.

In Bellingham (pronounced Bellinjam) I'm going to stay in a campground full of tents for families (it's a long weekend because of the holiday, there is such thing as extending the weekend maybe that's why I took my 7 pound, not including shower by 50 pence coin). The adjacent to the stables and barns accommodated where cows and horses and instead a very lively I ate dinner in the hotel's local pub, the three Englishmen who met celeb. If I remember well, it was the best meal I've ever had in this campaign.

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Day 13: from Bellingham to Byrness (24 km)

Another day without special events, not too hard. There are two guesthouses at Byrness featuring camping, too. I'm going to close the path and I arrived early I found the place closed, but open and welcoming message to come in and help yourself to tea or coffee to open at 4. Everything is clean and tidy and I passed the time waiting in the courtyard seating. The guy who runs the place is coming and three Englishmen who I met yesterday. Camping is free if you order dinner and I buy the deal. I set up the tent in the yard and joined the three Englishmen. The rest of the evening passed with some beers at the bar instead of late, it's the last night before graduation.

Today is a long day without a neat option on the way. Who travels with a tent able to split the day into two parts. All the others who don't want to go 42 miles in one day, two hostels in Byrness offer a solution: If you invite them both nights, they come with a car someplace halfway and drive you back to the hostel. The next morning they return you to that point to continue.

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Day 14: from Byrness to Kirk Yetholm (42 km)

At 5 am I was already on the trail. The weather was partly cloudy and a little cooler and I'm pretty glad that weather easier certainly for a long day hike that I expected nor have to carry plenty of water. The path starts uphill to byrnes hills and a short way to the Scottish border. Quite surprised to discover that the border between England and Scotland is not something actual and virtual, but has set up marks. From here the path continues more or less along the border fence. The border is not just a territorial boundary, it also divides the landscape into two parts: the English side moorland and nifty celadon hills that characterize the Scottish side. Outside the fence, no sign of civilization over many miles. Loud, almost Needless to mention, strewn with power and it's no wonder that the two summits on the way called Windy Gyle Cragg and Windy. I met an English guy, who knew camping in Bellingham. Tonight he was staying in a tent not far from here and going to spend another night in the tent before the end point of the path. When I asked how was tonight, said: Windy. There are also two way emergency huts called each one named after a hiker who found his death in the area.

Later, the trail has a way that leads to the Summit of the Cheviot, walk miles back and forth. Because my day long anyway, I decided to give up and continued with the main. The decline that marks the end of the approach path. And here's a reserved sign 4.5 miles to Kirk Yetholm. I woman furtherance of theft the last kilometers of walking sticks. Her husband was approximately 300 m. They are London and the path sequence for 20 days. The view changes to the countryside in shades of bright green. On the horizon are visible the village Kirk Yetholm. A short walk on the road and went to the Hotel on the Border outside his End of Pennine way. I went inside and got a beer and a completion certificate. I wrote some words in the guestbook and went to stay at a youth hostel.

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Actually, I thought would be easier. No one prepared me for strong winds, cold, rainy season in may, muddy ground, mental difficulty of intensive walking in power. But all this only heightens the sense of achievement. On the one hand I felt happy that I finished the trail, was a sense of sadness that it was over and got back to normal. All these thoughts one feeling her drain feeling good that we too rarely experience that people call her sometimes happy.

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#3 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 7:18:27 AM(UTC)
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Nice post very spent.

Rainy day and hail out beautiful pictures. And why no picture of my heart?

June is the optimum time for? July?

What average cost B & B?

Directory of BLAIZER TRAIL is very good especially the display of simple maps and route descriptions.

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#4 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 8:01:34 AM(UTC)
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Have fun opening the day with a post that embellishing!

To publish a site called "story.

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#5 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 8:36:21 AM(UTC)
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Thank you!

I know some people don't like them, and exhibit less than publish their photos online.

This is why I generally avoid photographing people I don't really know.

The English weather proved that is unpredictable. April was the month of the year is dry and the weather in may told here in detail.

The summer can be quite hot, at least according to blogs I read, and then of course there is a need to carry large amounts of water.

I think may-June with a little more luck than me she can be the ideal – not cold nor too warm.

Not so bad if you lost some rain here and there, that's part of the experience.

About B & B wrote that is 30-35 pounds that includes a full English breakfast (lunch here that we call lunch).

The two slept on B & B paid £ 32 and 35.

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#6 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 11:53:00 AM(UTC)
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Lovely post, reminded me of New Zealand landscapes that did trekking. How green God

Cool!

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#7 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 1:27:27 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the helpful report and photos.

I would be happy if you see these animals added to the loud bird.

Also, maybe you want to consider the subject too little equipment: what, how, etc.

(By the way, I liked your ending statement-he jumps to mind is the American journalist, also reporting into the beautiful American.)
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#8 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 1:51:14 PM(UTC)
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Each connects to what is close to his heart.

When I looked at the picture of TMB's Guide CICERONE after the third image I get the principle:

Snowy Mountains, green valleys. Great fun.

I looked at the great photos of STARDUST and after the third day I got the point: God mooneee name Green estuary.

What we at INT? A little snow on the Hermon, Spring Green, blue below sea level and at altitude the coastal,

Yellow and orange, red and purple in the Negev.

This is a great thread to sit .

P.s.

I like Libby's part. I hope you go with all the INT and some overseas trails ... אי"ה.

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#9 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 10:07:08 PM(UTC)
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Gone, thanks!

Unfortunately I Luka comes to identify animals and plants, what else you're infallible Guide for this question to a member of the Forum and I have currently no source to lean on. But here are some of the animals I've ever met, and I recall my ability: some deer, rabbits, field mice hordes (and possibly other nbrnerim), hedgehogs, squirrels and more animal about the size of a dog I couldn't identify. When he gets back to me the book I'll try to be more specific.

About equipment, I have plenty. Taking clothing designed for less cold weather it was, but the maximum utilization of all the items took a good answer given for all weather. Here's the list: 2 ndefot sweat shirts (short sleeve), Base Layer shirt, button-down shirt (long sleeves), fleece jacket, two pairs of trousers, rain pants, rain jacket and fleece gloves and of course hats. I needed something to wrap the neck and I'd be happy if the gloves were greenhouses.

Equipment that is: I traveled with two tent like I told the other hook. Not enough sleep with quilt in cold nights and slept with clothes on.

I took with me but no cooking equipment used it at all. Until I got to the store that sells gas tanks to the conclusion that dinner in the evening at the restaurant or at the bar enough certainly.

Gore-Tex shoes a must if you want to stay with more or less dry socks. Walking sticks had two but used only one.
48 litre shell enough all shaoal equipment was tied outside. I estimate that the total weight of the backpack features water and food up to 12 kg.

INT יענק'לה, Jewish Israel? I think I did him not bad public relations. I tried to tell him to anyone who would listen.

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#10 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2015 11:15:48 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much.

A nice array of animals-as far as I'm concerned, this is a further important argument in favour, and this route.

The report about the equipment I think contribute greatly to aspiring to go for.

Happy for her experience.
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#11 Posted : Sunday, June 21, 2015 7:00:24 AM(UTC)
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Libby is the name of my granddaughter with me travelling on INT = ISRAEL NATIONAL TRAIL

On the next trip, don't forget to take a flyer. There are 10 images = 10,000 words.

The PW gets into my plans.

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#12 Posted : Sunday, June 21, 2015 8:29:01 AM(UTC)
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Kohtut22.4.1988 story and pictures and more to the long list of trails that are worth visiting , thanks.

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#13 Posted : Sunday, June 21, 2015 3:10:58 PM(UTC)
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Wow ... What a beauty ... Possible beginning in mid-September?
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#14 Posted : Sunday, June 21, 2015 11:38:36 PM(UTC)
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Mid-September? For it is said: please cut? You won't know until you try.

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#15 Posted : Thursday, July 2, 2015 9:14:10 PM(UTC)
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Completing a small debt, real naturalist.
The list can add: Fox, otter, mink (mink), weasel, squirrel, Badger, Mole and shrew.
Some probably come across my path but I couldn't identify.
Speaking of Badgers: in some places on the trail saw traps, mousetraps and figures in one place I saw a sign warning written to the legal snares and hurt them is expected to be punished. Later I learned that the traps are designed to catch Badgers cults out tuberculosis in cattle.

In general notice to all along with a large variety of activities designed to preserve the flora and fauna. There are many signs detailing the tasks. For example, see many bowls of food for animals are on the way. I'm impressed that langlim has a lot of respect for animals and nature that surrounds them.

Among the variety of the birds couldn't identify the Falcon and Wagtail (well, no great wisdom).

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#16 Posted : Friday, July 3, 2015 7:19:49 AM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot! I appreciate that very much, and adds another star to this track.

Sometimes you need luck to see animals, but also to find and hope has great value to me.

One remembered for my trip to Switzerland, years ago, he meets with nachlialim.

Given the same honor for the British to return to nature Ltd and the mandate!

Too bad where the animals are paying with their lives for the cattle industry. Hope they appreciate us to conquer the greed-the battle is already lost.
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#17 Posted : Wednesday, August 12, 2015 2:25:10 AM(UTC)
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Dear Starry, I just now got to finally read your report and its EXCELLENT!!! I also loved the photos

There's something in England that I can ' t quite explains that really draws me to it; It doesn't have the heights of Nepal, the Glaciers of the Italian From food, etc ... but those rolling green, wind-swept hills ... my heart goes out to them and your report and photos all those good feelings brought back

Well done and THANK YOU!

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#18 Posted : Thursday, August 13, 2015 10:57:42 PM(UTC)
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Thanks amber!

Also I totally got hooked on magic, and I have no doubt that other trails back in England (hint: ask here what your story SWCP. ...)

What is that me on PW is that he is very English "path" (I imagine that other pathways in England are). If compared for instance to the TMB, feeling when you go it is more internationally. Although it passes in three different countries don't feel nearly as differences. Connect mainly to views and much less to any country and its culture.

In contrast, PW, the majority of who are English, rarely meet strangers. With almost tourist trappings and it feels like walking in the heart of England. And I think my non-bshhoth long been able maybe to touch any of the English.


Thanks again and come back safely from where you are.

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#19 Posted : Friday, May 20, 2016 5:41:41 PM(UTC)
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We want to make a section of the pennine way in early July.

Unfortunately (Rabbi) we only have 5 days to walk. Which section would recommend I do?

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#20 Posted : Saturday, May 21, 2016 11:11:46 AM(UTC)
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I think that a section of 5 days you choose "do the trick". It is important to check that there תח"צ to the starting point and the ending point.

I don't know what you fitness, so remember that the first day or two are quite difficult, even for a relative in England, and the northern part is isolated.

If it should recommend a certain thing, then it was the section between Malham Dufton which is-as 130 km

(תח"צ exists in the start and end points) and includes several attractions and the main points of interest on the trail:

Malham Cove where taken one of those scenes in the Harry Potter films

Malham Tarn

Pen-y-mount Arbel Gent of England

Hawes-the main town on the trail, charming and bubbly

Keld – beautiful waterfall that rendezvous with Coast to Coast trail

Tan Hill pub "atmospheric", the highest in the UK

46th town-in-Teesdale

River Tees-walking along one of the highlights for

And of course High Cup — scenic valley that formed as a result of glacier overflow.

The town of Dufton section end.

And I probably forgot a few.

Miss thing-and the Wall we find Hedrian's North.

You certainly enjoy.

I would be happy to answer any questions.

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