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שחר  
#1 Posted : Sunday, December 13, 2015 1:59:00 PM(UTC)
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I am looking for a path to follow. Something at least two months and a half to three months.
I want to travel and meet people there, so Bill tole, prefer not to go alone for weeks.
On the other hand I was looking for something wild. I think the disconnect with reality.
But some thought about pct movies I saw the magnificent landscapes there don't look especially compared to images I've seen from other places in the world.
Am I wrong again charm didn't see PCT. Do you think about Bill fit me?
I am 22 with a healthy body and I get very fast relative fitness, don't scare me grads or difficult tracks. Even regardless I plan to go to Israel National Trail.
The way is released this summer, but is not limited to a particular season. If there are other variables that you need to know to adjust my Bill don't be afraid to ask.
Thank you Todd and a good week,
Dawn
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Amtrak  
#2 Posted : Sunday, December 13, 2015 3:39:38 PM(UTC)
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There are many trails in the world, with great views. But I'm not sure that can be said about the PCT which is not one of them. I really enjoyed the mountains and valleys of the Sierra mountains and the impressive views of Washington. This path has to offer visually.
But maybe your tastes differ.
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#3 Posted : Sunday, December 13, 2015 4:16:35 PM(UTC)
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Hi dawn,

Still not a track as you plan. But I went this year about 3 weeks on the PCT in California.

On one hand I understand what you're saying. I had this track segments let me down if any of the test. These were long sections in a dusty Indian drab forest. On the other hand, as Noam wrote, you can't say the runway is not scenic. There is a great view points every day and there are many wonderful sections (which is stated only in a short segment that I couldn't go). So as a whole was great and really wouldn't eliminate this route.

You can also check the Colorado Trail. Is much shorter. PCT and walked him (yet ...) but maybe his views "speak" to you. By the way, is not 3 months.

If you want a course that is one big Wow every step on each track you choose in the area ofMt. Everest (Nepal) will probably be like that. But I don't think you could sew one straight path name of 3 months (maybe I'm wrong). Maybe if you compare a photo album of a trek in the foothills of Everest to the PCT's album so it looks that the PCT does not provide the same level of these tracks but just so different.

Just to provoke "wow" about the PCT.

This is a photograph of Lake Aloha in Desolation Wilderness (West of Lake Tahoe, Calif.--Yes, for PCT)

Lake Aloha, Desolation Wilderness, California

So what do you say now about the quality of the landscapes?!?!?!

imtl  
#4 Posted : Sunday, December 13, 2015 9:09:40 PM(UTC)
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Amber, same place.

But there's also:

odedor  
#5 Posted : Monday, December 14, 2015 10:45:34 AM(UTC)
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Hey
During the TMB met several great folks did the GR5.
This trek starts from Holland and ends in Nice, takes over for three months.
Everyone I met did "just" up to. Question of the month +. I realized it was very stark and Tawil.
Encourage

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זמי1  
#6 Posted : Monday, December 14, 2015 1:23:07 PM(UTC)
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Dawn
When you write off and on the other hand, you don't want to go alone, I understand that you are looking for this is the Israeli ahooiia
I mean new, detached newspapers rather than people.
I suggest you go the pilgrims in Central France to Santiago. Bill tidy, fill Inns without carrying gear is nbishol.
Separation for walking up to you, I can go with people around me and feel detached. It's all about the mental.
A medium difficulty. Read and ran what it is, it's a unique path all going in one direction and out/lchch to know the world and ages, and if you go during the summer months from June onwards also find yourself a girlfriend.
Another possibility is with the GR5. Tough and beautiful.
gaggag  
#7 Posted : Monday, December 14, 2015 6:17:06 PM(UTC)
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In general I would recommend maybe starting with Alpine route first to see if it even fits you and gain experience, I was Rambo syndrome before the big trip.
Option 1) South America and United States: start houerz the tourist trekking for the experience and maybe then to Patagonia (or vice versa depending on the season) and then to PCT and Canada-to exit now.
Option 2) East: exit-then Nepal New Zealand next season.
שחר  
#8 Posted : Thursday, December 17, 2015 12:59:02 AM(UTC)
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Thank you,
Weekend be home and start to check the options with a computer.
Invited always to offer more:)
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