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אמנון לנגי  
#21 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2015 12:08:35 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = arthur; 588808] yesterday I thought it a good idea to engage in local liquor tastings with French's family until 1 at night.

Arthur grip. Another route is via Tequila

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#22 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2015 1:15:34 PM(UTC)
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Laugh laugh.
16.8

I'm in Vallouise. Since the last update dated Queyras National Park hut named Furfande and long descent that took pretty much all day long Durance Valley and Mont-Dauphin city fortified by the second time please visit our city planning architect of war Vubhan-guy and the last two days been engaged in crossing the Durance Valley. I went on the outskirts of Ecrins National Park because what via Alpina ignores him and continues North towards Modane and and?. I didn't catch this in time, otherwise I'd correct this distortion in my own variation, but that's the way it is right now.

Although it rained all day yesterday I managed to push a double day and reach from Le Reotier to Vigneux and today the weather improved and I'm heading towards Monetier les Bains.
And you might even be able to move a little more if I wasn't lazy (and apparently will be).

The current phase R128.
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#23 Posted : Sunday, August 16, 2015 4:56:16 PM(UTC)
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Beast you Arthur

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#24 Posted : Sunday, August 23, 2015 12:51:29 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone.
22.8
Since the update happened.
But what's interesting here is that friends got venoaz after I moved the Ecrins. And now I'm at the Resort le lac-after 3 days I finished and?. Unfortunately I was a happy stay there much longer. The place is amazing.
I added one day because I found an interesting way much more than the official hoiha Alpina
From Modane, instead of going to Termignion, 1700 m can pass named Chaviere and venoaz into a much more interesting way on GR55.
Two days later my friend back to near Entre deux eaux cabin. I was told by the day before Israeli couple there. I checked the book and call them life and skata picked up if I'm not mistaken.

Walking in venoaz was difficult but rewarding views were very much. Snowy Mountains and glaciers, wildlife run in valleys. Spectacular waterfalls.

Today I went toward the Resort and crossed the border back into Italy, and advanced towards Aosta.

The present site of R120 Alpina.

Edited by user Sunday, August 23, 2015 12:58:16 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#25 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2015 9:14:11 PM(UTC)
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25.8
If you are dumb, it's probably a long time part 2

OK so yesterday I crossed the Col du mont and moved back to Italy. The rain kept off all day. When I got out on a small and quiet road towards Valgrisenche. I bought a few days maps in the store and tried to dry and warm up a little.
Because it was only early afternoon decided I've had enough of the daily section and can get to Aosta today.
I went through and become rain. I went between small and quiet villages that look like time stopped for centuries people herding sheep and still smell of animals.
It is a narrow valley surrounded by mountains with ten tiny and isolated villages partially only about five houses and even no roads but mud trails mixed with cow feces.
Who comes to be in the area I recommend simply walking along a small road leading to the Aosta Valley and ascend to ridges and I'll explain.
I tried to cut through the Western Ridge and began to gain altitude quickly, for sure, was blocked in vegetation and rock landslides hands azericho. Because every bolderim wet and rain had just gotten my rhythm was slow-but being stubborn I hope it just progress a little piece and problematic. I climbed (in every sense of the word) from Boulder to Boulder when I reached my opinion section collapsed completely. Car-sized boulders lying among trees on the island and displaced with topographic residue.
It was 20 when I realized I had about 40 minutes of light, then the flashlight head comes off.
I started hazls back to the Valley. I found the lower and went with him in the darkness, falling a double curse, rose and 22:30 p.m. reached Arvier. I haven't eaten anything for almost all day. All shops were closed and I was wrong.
Wet dog also entered the restaurant was already closed and employees sat down to eat. I asked for something to eat and they said they had already closed. I ordered a beer, at least a little drunk would hurt less. Once employees noticed that wrong they just gave me all their food from the table and refused to accept.

A total of 14 hours in rain and 40 mile damn. Not including birevor.

So right now I'm in Aosta. Tomorrow hopefully crosses into Switzerland. The via Alpina does serious bypass around the Mont Blanc.

Current per phase R117 via Alpina website.

Edited by user Wednesday, August 26, 2015 12:37:19 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#26 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2015 9:34:11 PM(UTC)
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You motto in life. Do-abinveni and press-is impossible.
What can fit into a long-term stage idiocy?
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#27 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2015 10:52:47 PM(UTC)
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Love you, Arthur.
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#28 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2015 11:08:35 PM(UTC)
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PS I woke up this morning and saw big mountain and up the Valley took me a moment to realise that this is a Mont Blanc. The day after the month for celebrating. I saw the Mont Blanc.
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#29 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2015 11:53:38 PM(UTC)
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That crazy Arthur

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#30 Posted : Wednesday, August 26, 2015 7:59:58 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = arthur; 589030] 16.0
I tried to cut through the Western Ridge and began to gain altitude quickly, for sure, was blocked in vegetation and rock landslides hands azericho. Because every bolderim wet and rain had just gotten my rhythm was slow-but being stubborn I hope it just progress a little piece and problematic.

Some familiar, abstract:

Fortunately, in recent years the logic fails to overcome the stubbornness to continue.

[Quote = Amnon Paulose; 589031] Moto you alive. Do-abinveni and press-is impossible.
What can fit into a long-term stage idiocy?

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#31 Posted : Saturday, August 29, 2015 9:53:00 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone
I'm at Champex 29.8. Two days ago I crossed the border from Italy to Switzerland: long walk from Aosta to Grand Saint Bernard. The friendly staff of the hotel Paz insisted I go with them to a bar to celebrate a birthday for work-I'm not a guy who runs.
So after a night that I don't remember much I rocking back into my bed hope not to meet the Holy Father Raphael who gave me sleep dormitori. Of course with my luck is exactly standing at the threshold of the door.
TMB for tomorrow for a few days, connected to the orbit of the moon.
Right now the weather is great. Supposed to go towards the next day.

I remember talking about it in the Forum sometime so I'll tell a little story. Today I recognize map 3 young men who look Middle Eastern. Pace and light clothing Gregory-Americans? I thought to myself. But then one of them stood up and I see a WILDCAT mountain shoes. Boom. An Israeli company.
I asked them where they were. And they replied from Jerusalem with an accent.
I walked a thousand miles, and this is the first time I met Palestinians on a path.

Maybe the way to peace goes through to coffee puckle Trient.

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#32 Posted : Sunday, August 30, 2015 12:56:06 AM(UTC)
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According to my plan I get to Champex on 2.09 during the WHR.

What can you tell about the weather?

And spare us the chapters in the saga continuing idiocy, or in other words.

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#33 Posted : Sunday, August 30, 2015 1:02:38 AM(UTC)
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Two days should be a rainy front to stay here at least daily.
But you know how it is.
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#34 Posted : Wednesday, September 23, 2015 11:24:05 PM(UTC)
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Arthur, iicha- It's been a while.

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#35 Posted : Thursday, September 24, 2015 12:58:33 AM(UTC)
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Last seen two weeks ago in Chamonix.

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#36 Posted : Saturday, July 16, 2016 10:27:01 PM(UTC)
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Returned members.
July 2016 arrived and I continue where you stopped. And where is it you ask? So in late September 2015 arrived to a place called col du sanetch. Test between Canton valais and bern in Switzerland. Away off the trail and a few days later I was on my way home.
This year on July 9 for a mesmerising him where I stopped.
The first day was a huge success. Stuck in our Bowl and difficult to navigate through to col des audannes, fought heroically and snow moved, navigate by map without markings, rivers and bridges out of step and when I got to the transition area to the conclusion that it cannot be passed without snow and heavy equipment had to return to the starting point.
From there moved to Adam and sanetch although it was already 9 p.m. decided to descend in the dark across the ridge and sleep near gsteig to attempt to attack the North ridge
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#37 Posted : Saturday, July 16, 2016 10:33:19 PM(UTC)
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The next day the 10 of July I plowed field. After I went to bed at two in the morning.
I folded the tent and moved to the small village of gsteig. Drinking coffee in the company of a lady from isle of man who left his comfortable life and moved with her family to Switzerland in order to establish a lodge and restaurant.
The trail took me through forested paths to the Lake named launen see but I knew that in order to get to the North ridge--high agisti variant with the unexpected rise of my map above 1000 meters. Then after a short break I went shbiach road is steep and twisting to the side of the waterfall. A few hours later emerged to up to alp and began heading out through tungel pass in individual fields is careful not to slip and hurt.
In the 8:00 p.m. came finally to hutte wildhorn after I managed to get to the ridge from the North because what was more accessible from the sunny South.
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#38 Posted : Sunday, July 17, 2016 1:36:55 PM(UTC)
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Take care of yourself.

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#39 Posted : Sunday, July 17, 2016 3:57:42 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for reinforcing me!!

On July 11 I cabin and after breakfast and an interested with the landlord about the pass that crosses the main ridge from North to South. Sonenjoch. He claimed that the pass is open, and although I can find some isolated snow fields "I get along easily with bitterness in my heart I knew that actual situation will be more complicated but let him convince me and started to climb up.
Almost immediately I started walking on snow, snow fields and flat keys but as accumulated height so the walk became more vulnerable to ice skating and falling.
I kicked myself a stairs with her shoes as they do in mountaineering, needless to say, with less results area Sprint shoes.
When I was at the La Paz looked around; Views of peaks and all controls with the Wildhorn glacier at. Below there is a small lake glacier tongue and half frozen.
I started off cautiously apas. Sometimes the snow going and sometimes on FBL. After about ten minutes, I saw a couple of your campaign. Armed with sneakers climbing with crampons-boys are educated, not like me-interested in conditions of the pass. I explained that because I don't have crampons ranks deep snow slopes and they can use them.

I continued down toward Lake with dam threatens Tseuzier. And after a conversation with some locals, I realized the next day begins stormy weather that lasts three days. A decision to give up the vendor comes to Wildstrubel hut hutte because I didn't want to get stuck there all day in stormy weather.
So I took a deep breath and started down to the decline of several hours the Bisse du ro way favors a kind of moat which leads water from the mountains to the Valley in hot seasons and built in real life risk directly into the cliff. A very interesting walk with exposure to hundreds of meters of fall that makes every moment thinking "how the hell did they built it centuries ago before heavy equipment and security measures."
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#40 Posted : Monday, July 25, 2016 11:13:26 AM(UTC)
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I continued to descend towards the Valley of valais small advanced trails. It started to rain and, of course, no one was out except me. These moments of solitude on the path toward evening when you realize that you have travelers.

I went to Crans-Montana 2 small Indian towns. The judging that the ski season here.
Two towns turned around until I found the campsite. The site's well was noisy power metal music, drink beer and Guy) a little drunk but nice (very like Jordanian Swiss mountains he talked and talked, and I just thought about the girl from Argentina--and what she said.
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