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#21 Posted : Monday, May 23, 2016 9:50:27 AM(UTC)
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Following the stunning description bought a ticket for one week in early July to mantzster (hooray!)

Get a great recommendation and start the track in Malham. Later, when a preliminary route plan to consult.

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#22 Posted : Monday, May 23, 2016 12:05:25 PM(UTC)
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Indeed. One of the best written summaries of the site
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#23 Posted : Tuesday, May 24, 2016 4:15:08 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = jino; 605294]

Following the stunning description bought a ticket for one week in early July to mantzster (hooray!)

Get a great recommendation and start the track in Malham. Later, when a preliminary route plan to consult.

Some recommendations:

1. don't specify how your fitness. If you think you can't gobble 130 miles in five days, you don't want to give up walking day

From 46th-in-Teesdale to Dufton. In this case consider to start in Horton-in-Ribblesdale instead of Malham.

2. If you remain, try to incorporate the adryanit wall, even if you have to skip to.

3. If you intend to arrive and return to trail by train and you don't want to pay that kind of illogical, book your tickets in advance.

4. on the weekends there is strain on accommodation.  You might want to pre-order.

Enjoy:)

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#24 Posted : Friday, June 3, 2016 12:39:50 PM(UTC)
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Fitness wise-35 +-reasonable fitness (improve it) and graduates of the TMB and the AV1. Intend to travel without a tent.

About accommodation on weekends (with a combination of summer apparently) found out the hard way, already was very, very difficult to find places to stay along the route between 5th and two daily

Our excursion program is.

Day 1-arrive by train to Skipton at around 1130 am and walk along the CANAL to Gargave and join the Pennine way. Overnight in Malham (exported for 18 km) – there is an option of taking a bus from SKIPTON to GARGAVE-mention that some weird day was born from at the weekend and despite the wish to start the course on the first day and sleep in Horton-in-Ribblesdal just haven't been able to find accommodation for 3 days off and so we decided to postpone for a day.

Day 2-Malham-Horton-in-Ribblesdal

Day 3-Horton-in-Ribblesdal-Hawes

Day 4-Hawes-TAN HILL INN

5. TAN HILL INN-46th-in-Teesdale

Day 6.-46th-in-Teesdale Dufton (I'm optimistic at this trip up already but if systems difficult saw that you can take a bus to Langdon Beck fluctuates in 10 km) in the city of Penrith-and we should be 10:30 a.m. at Manchester's airport and a direct underground places)

Unfortunately, we can't adryanit wall coming but probably should always leave more.

Thanks for the tip about the trains, order today.

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#25 Posted : Saturday, June 4, 2016 11:01:57 AM(UTC)
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A few comments:

1. According to your plan you will get another nice town (Gargrave) with the caf? in the town centre and the famous sign that reveals the distance

From the beginning of the trail and how much remains.

2. today from Malham to Horton-in-Ribblesdal-23.5 miles c. and includes two qualifying peaks (884 m cumulative increases).

Can be a little difficult because it is the first day (or other object) but you graduates two Alpine trails so I believe it to be small.

3. starting 46th in-Teesdale and ends in Dufton is the longest day – 32 km but is perhaps even today.

More beautiful. If you decide to skip by bus to Langdon Beck that Miss two beautiful waterfalls: Low Force

And High Force and actually most of the walk along the River Tees.

Incidentally, on 25.6 (according to initial plan) cross the PW Keld area when I go from West to East the Coast to Coast.

Enjoy and come back safely, would tell how.

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#26 Posted : Sunday, July 17, 2016 11:39:29 PM(UTC)
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This week returned from five days of walking along the Pennine Way route, the section between Gargave – Dufton

(The Dales National Park Twice and North Pennines)

Green rolling hills and breathtaking moorland views that accompanied us along the route were impressive, fascinating and exciting. The timing of the trip, who happens to be completely out in the last week of England

You can track to be indefensible and intimate. The atmosphere in this region of England charm. The people we met along the way (and places) were all English, British or visit regularly

The region. They were generous, warm and consistently protesting to stop and start the talk. Food and local beers were our best — not including the English breakfast – that we don't really connect (recommendation at the end of the post).

Against the walk at the track was sometimes very challenging – robust, aggressive rainfall which winds not characterize this season (who says no global warming?), muddy and rock pieces, and walking sections

Long load on joints that created and formed sometimes mental difficulty.
-Mention, because the track has no technical difficulty, and load on joints (due to the length of the track), is not physically hard (compared to Alpine routes, for example).

The trip left us more, and we return to more hikes Bay (C2C, West Highland Way, Offa's Dyke Path, Trail, or Cape Affric Kintail's Way – so many options!!).

But the disclosure also strengthened, built early hunch, we bnsmatno "Alpine" types.

An extension to General information of the original work:

Flight: flew back with EasyJet toManchester, since opening the line occasionally available tickets at very affordable prices. We bought enough tickets in advance and they cost us approximately 333 euros per person (not sent files).

** Note for global to this airport: the airport area taste disgusting animals. Since the byrneses landed at 00 and there were grateful that Milan bottled water at the Airport (habit).

Train: as mentioned, you should train card to buy some time in advance to ensure a "sane". Status of purchasing the card checked the option of splitting the card some fraction (buy tickets

By section rather than direct card – about trains and completely identical). This saved us quite a bit of money, and we encourage you to check this option in the future of the travel Forum.

Accommodation and food prices: the we in this period of the year (July and may), prices are high compared to the original post. Accommodation in 2-pound must be added at campsites; Other similar rates, but during

This does not include breakfast. Pub meal cost us 8-12 pounds per person and 2.0-2.4 pounds to pint. (At the end of the post recommendations about places and beers we loved)

Water along the way – most streams along the section that we were steeped in foam and dark in color. Although the colour comes from the very dark area, they have not been seen drinking (maybe I'm wrong). Anyway.

We drank up to 1.5 liters of water per person and only cetiideno.

Highlighting and navigation: Although overall the trail is marked in a reasonable manner (and some small, sporadic or notations such as "an Acorn-shaped icon size 5 x 5 cm), there are many places in a way that can make a mistake and lose your way.

To do this we on telephone and GPS maps software freeware Maps.me which works offline (after downloading the map is no need Internet connection at all). The software appear many paths

(Including the Pennine way, Coast to coast and numerous trails; General recommendation regardless).

** Note on physical preparation course – evidence, physical preparation we did was good and wanted to share in order to save other mistakes. From the lack of preparation, our route was very similar.

To prepare for Alpine treks (lots of stairs and toning). The problem we found is that a physical challenges focus around the issues of individual orthopedic while walking (which extended at least

Prepare him). For comparison-Alpine Trek body most of the time not really walking upright, due to multiple grades, which creates changes in the pressure points on the feet and knees. At Pennine (and similar programs) to walk

Is upright (in General) and throughout the day enabled click the same places in the body, which increases problems and pain.  When we finish days earlier treks we feel your muscles especially,

It is the muscles were not a problem (because the walk itself is not very hard), but at the end of each day or pressure points new injuries were caused many pains.

In retrospect, the preparation for this kind of track had to be sound of repeated walks (at least 20 miles in Planar area d) along with gradual increases in weight training to strengthen tendons around + regions

Problematic (especially knees and ankles).  If it's trivial information, we are happy.

Our route description:

Originally the itinerary was planned for 6 days (as discussed in my previous post) but when we got to HAWES at the end of the third day, after rainy days and fog (and for another day) and combined

With the start of one injury, decided to change the design path: take a break day (let the foot rest) and found ourselves in a very enjoyable bus trip to 46th-in-Teesdale. Away

We split the foot (intended) to DUFTON days (stopping at Langdon Beck) in order not to overload the foot – this allows us to add 2 small round trips and very nice (see below).

In retrospect, the recommendation to start the course in Horton-in-Ribblesdale and split some other route was quicker.

Because the original description is so detailed and successful, we especially attach pictures and comments on specific recommendations, and the short tracks added:

Day 1- Kirkby Malham Skipton – Gargave- .

Because the train and brought us to Skipton (walking down the long today), decided to add a section to track along the Leeds Liverpool Canal which connects to Gargave. It's easy to stroll along Green Canal.

In Gargave uplinked to PW and the pleasant walks towards Malham. Due to the load (a weekend) the night we attheVictoria Inn in Kirkby Malham- 2 km before Malaham, which turned out to be a blessing. The place was.

י ום 2- Kirkby Malham --> Horton-in-Ribblesdale .

For the next three days, the weather has not been our shining faces, most of the time it rained and was foggy (photos taken between of course). The track was a little challenging after Malham due to multiple sections saturated rock

Gear which became very smooth. Rumors claim after the stunning Lake views, but because of the fog we cannot confirm.

Day 3. Horton-in-Ribblesdale--> Hawes .

It was a wet day as its predecessor but less foggy. The route is beautiful, comfortable, and passes through beautiful landscapes (also could see them). In the evening there is a youth hostel of Hawes and fortunately discovered the town

Is culinary stronghold.

4. Hawes--> -In-Teesdale 46th day, not about the PW.

Following will let foot rest on this day we decided to go on buses (5) between the two destinations. This trip turned out to be a fun surprise that gave us the opportunity to experience landscapes, towns and many nice people.

We went for a walk at 46th (8.5 km) along the river pilot, along the Way in Teesdale between mickleton teesdale to 46th-cool and very green. If someone decides to rest.

In this town, definitely worth your time.

5. 46th-in-Teesdale-> Langdon Beck , as mentioned in the original post, these days (one day) they hiked them hippies.

Following the split of these days let us add a great detour along 6 miles in an area overlooking Cronkley Beck Langton-Fell "(check map) this track is accessible views of the river pilot.

(The next day go along under the PW).  It is important to note that the second part of the track (marked dashed line.) is very muddy, and in retrospect we recommend to go to the river and back via the same path.

Detour map for Cronkley Fell "

Pictures from aaikof to Cronkley Fell "

Day 6. -> Langdon Beck Dufton-a beautiful day with great weather, we thought the highlight of the day will be High Cup Nick (and indeed was amazing) but the real surprise

Arrived 15 minutes later when the US revealed a hypnotic arrangements of thousands of sheep by shepherds and dogs specialists of gas across the whole region.

All the lovers (and very well be like that if you want to do this) we have some videos:

Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3RbpN9DkN8

Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZo9zDXSELQ

At the end of the day we caught a ride from Dufton (shommat during the week, no buses) to Penrith to catch an early morning train to the airport.

Recommendations for restaurants/pubs (Track order)

Not to be recurring situations, the food, the atmosphere and service was good everywhere and we'd go back to them.

The Masons Arms- Gargave -located on the South Bridge PW Great pub serving local food

Victoria Inn- Kirkby-Malham is a great place to spend the night, happy and full of locals

Hawes , we attach to two places (although there were also excellent aromas from other places):

The White Hart Country Inn – the place isn't cheap but serves good pub food we ate.

Wensleydale Pantry – the restaurant is located on the second floor and looks at first like a dining room, an incredible restaurant that is managed by a team of aunts.

The old control arm. This was a great experience and fantastic food (recommendation surprised cheeses pie)

Teesdale hotel- Teesdale 46th in on locals here, somewhere nice and generous, the food is great and really leave room for dessert!

Recommendation of beers :

The beers of the Yorkshire Dale surprised us again and again. The region specializes in pale ale and bitter (in most cases more-fun PA). A common denominator of the beers he's Super-dedicated agaza to d.c. with manual pumps operated by Pub. The resulting texture is very similar to STOUT (like rpis, Gaines) but tastes of speed and peonies.

We wanted to drive on some beers that we hatblato:

Tetley's (a man on a red background)

(Timothy Taylor (Pale ale (logo white on green background)

Pale Pennine (luminous yellow logo on black background)

Black sheep – "local beer" – is the most popular, everyone's very proud. Undoubtedly to taste, but those listed above are better than her (in our opinion)

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#27 Posted : Monday, July 18, 2016 1:59:48 AM(UTC)
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WOW what pictures!
Thanks for the summary of Jino. This is a different experience in vhv Av1?
Very interesting your comment regarding the type of training required for the introductory track.
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#28 Posted : Monday, July 18, 2016 8:06:11 AM(UTC)
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W O W!!! This is ... I am devastated for England.

-Jino summary and photos!

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#29 Posted : Monday, July 18, 2016 10:52:43 AM(UTC)
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Tilapia on the difference between the PW to AV1-for us it was an entirely different experience working on other senses.

The area of PW goes old ב"אנגליה" doesn't just define the path as the back bone of England. It's not really over the 21st century if was meeting Jean Austin tea break with her old aunt, it wasn't exactly surprising.

Integrated population towns among retirees who returned to their childhood after towns in the South, people living in the village but resistant working in cities and farmers. From discussions with persons not only our son was missing children and families, almost no towns.

Views (in the area were at least) very different from Central Europe, are much more calm and composed of rolling hills and open fields, especially shows with various elements should be the same. Throughout the route you are accompanied by cows, sheep and rabbits. Much less dramatic landscapes and varied (breathtaking views nation of AV1 and TMB).

In terms of walking, there are two main differences (besides what specified above) 1-very soft and wet land along most of the route so that the feeling of walking a different atzmn (and it is important to note that need shoes wine completely (and giitors if the jazz enthusiasts) mostly because walking in the fields is a great enemy of the shoe).   2. Despite the fact that sometimes the amount of ups a day to approximately 1000 m, no consecutive increases that are challenging large, cardio is designed so that the "serious" lifts (300 m in most cases) are very comfortable and no large mappings

The walking track is very green, and somewhat back, allows you to relax and soak up the unique atmosphere, you get the time to adjust and to study the environment and humans to create a deep friendship.

Another difference we had felt they were people we met along the trail, if Europe (now possible to separate travellers mostly encounter:)) ש"דוהרים the mountains with a lot of determination (Yes, that envy you hear) in England we met the" roving "traveler, those who go the 20-30 miles a day but in some basic relaxation (and their dog).  At the end of the day we meet at the pub (which was always happy with dogs) not only these local travellers and the fact that everyone speak English opened options ahead of random conversations with locals. On this trip, we had a feeling that was given to us a chance to interface of the local community (not just travellers like us), Europe had more difficult.

But I want to be direct-marmots in England, and that's the real difference!

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#30 Posted : Monday, July 18, 2016 3:16:05 PM(UTC)
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But there's not a Groundhog the Marmite

Were busy brkazit thing there?

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#31 Posted : Monday, July 18, 2016 3:46:01 PM(UTC)
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Marmite certainly must be very healthy, or no explanation to point:)

We ran into many discussions regarding the brkazit, especially elevator conversations between friends. The majority expressed a feeling of confusion and concern about the decision, but one man summed up his position by announcing a "happiness again will be duty-free on flights to France ski holiday!!!!"

Edited by user Monday, July 18, 2016 10:39:42 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#32 Posted : Monday, July 18, 2016 5:47:29 PM(UTC)
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Welcome back and thanks for reporting that triggers the longing. You must indicate that you have saved us nothing-story way too beautiful pictures, good food and even local beer Sage!
If we could spray some water (well, instead, rain ...) you would put us completely of English atmosphere.
Sad to hear that the weather prevented the full enjoyment of their snippet for you, but when it comes to England need to take into account rain is part of a structured transaction.
Bonus also describe the nature of the path that is a path that is Israel.

Now that you mention the British culinary and specify it, should remember that once-distant English food was the subject of countless jokes. But I can testify that the English had delicious food to delicious!
They say the change came following the European Union brought hordes of immigrants from the East of England, and one of the most important changes that immigration is the biggest improvement in the standard of English cuisine.
It is true that the menus in pubs seem almost everyone the same, and the food is pretty simple and almost each dish accompanied by a check, but it's delicious, and the perfect English (the thought of proving)

And reminds a bit the saturated rags and an oil. If all this comes with a local beer. UM ...

And something about fitness. Your comment about your physical preparation is correct. The following explanation: when I was training in preparation for my first Alpine, steered his effort in the high mountain steep ups and downs.
One evening I decided to diversify and settle for a walk through the city that is characterized by its topography of grads. I thought after training I did pick up a quick walk along 12 miles with a backpack on your back will be a trip.
And here's a surprise-the ending felt like the muscles of the body are up from a deep slumber I had cramping. It made me realize you muscles need to practice in two "admit":

The one that requires more strength and less speed (UPS and downs), and the other requires mostly strength and speed (fast walking along more or less planar surface).
Since I combine both types of training, yet it has proven itself.

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