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רן ודין  
#1 Posted : Monday, April 4, 2016 7:22:04 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone! Our first message here so I hope I write enough information but I'll try to summarize.
A friend and I finished the year 19.9.16 service, we are looking for a week's trip to Europe.
Looking for a intermediate level (1st trip we do individually but we trekked before.)
We look forward to some more suggestions and information, thanks in advance!

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#2 Posted : Monday, April 4, 2016 7:26:03 PM(UTC)
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Shalom inshinim

Tent? Cabins-

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#3 Posted : Monday, April 4, 2016 7:36:49 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = io_travel; 591555]

Shalom inshinim

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#4 Posted : Monday, April 4, 2016 7:46:37 PM(UTC)
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Can recommend two of the runs I did:

1. the Carros de Foc in Spanish Pyrenees-except one (which is very rugged)-easy to navigate, and full coverage of cabins, beauty, can be combined with the charming Barcelona (try to leave at least two days of town), filled with Lakes, in September, although the Spaniards didn't speak English but they are very nice and make the effort to communicate and help makes it easy to reach Barcelona by public transport.

2. the West Highland Way in highlands of Scotland with lodges, Inns, etc.-very suitable for beginners, for September, speaks English, easy to navigate, easy to walk, easy, good logistics, course, beauty can be combined with day in Edinburgh. Disadvantage: Scotland wasn't cheap (cheap flights).

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#5 Posted : Tuesday, April 5, 2016 1:23:55 PM(UTC)
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Thank you amber, we look forward to receiving recommendations from other people who travel across Europe.
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#6 Posted : Tuesday, April 5, 2016 1:29:00 PM(UTC)
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Via ALPINE violet can be a good option, look for the thread I opened, I traveled it in summer, resturants, a combination of cabins and chalets.

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#7 Posted : Tuesday, April 5, 2016 3:00:01 PM(UTC)
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19/9 is a little late to alpine trekking (from toiilim until mid-September), some places are already closed.
Two popular trekking in Europe they have and the AV1 in TMB. Both are long, but allow Trek.
I think your worth to check availability. There the two material from and estate, including through stories in October.
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#8 Posted : Tuesday, April 5, 2016 4:38:35 PM(UTC)
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Date. It just falls on the week that starts to close.
If you leave after September 19 and you want Alpine huts route, you can do the first half of AV1 (specify encouraging) from Bryce to Paso staolance.
There are plenty of cabins open until the end of September open complaints well into October and some of them are open all year round.
Huge concatenation is dedicated to this track and hundreds of Israelis went in 9 years. Still not found the hiker who thought that fails or not.
This should be your first priority, given the schedule and your experience better than that.

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#9 Posted : Wednesday, April 6, 2016 8:14:15 PM(UTC)
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Date. It just falls on the week that starts to close.
If you leave after September 19 and you want Alpine huts route, you can do the first half of AV1 (specify encouraging) from Bryce to Paso staolance.
There are plenty of cabins open until the end of September open complaints well into October and some of them are open all year round.
Huge concatenation is dedicated to this track and hundreds of Israelis went in 9 years. Still not found the hiker who thought that fails or not.
This should be your first priority, given the schedule and your experience better than that.



Hello Amnon!
Thank you for your detailed answer.
Have AV1 sounds and looks great! Wanted to ask a few more questions before we close on one track.  From what we saw on the runway AV1 thread closing in the third week of September and is planning to fly at21.9 is this be a problem? This question also attack the weather at the time. (Of course, we are aware that our dates are not exactly in season)

Another question about this, how many days would it take to do the course? Daisy chaining write 12 textbook and good gym owners, both in great shape but as specified without trying.

Of course we'd love to hear suggestions and tours were made in these dates in order to expand our selection.

Huge thanks for the help, ran and Dean.

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#10 Posted : Thursday, April 7, 2016 6:43:32 AM(UTC)
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So ...
1) if all the huts were close orbit AV1 in late September there I suggest this route. The whole idea is to have enough open cabins there into October.
2) the weather until mid-October but the excellent days pretty short (6 dark compared to 9 in the evening in June), cold nights (around 0° c) and a chance of snow in the plume.
3) write clearly that you can do the first half of the track and the whole route takes 8 to 12 days. In the southern part of the route most huts close on September 20.
4) already wrote you're looking for a week's trip, which is usually 5-6 days, excluding travel days.
5) If you fit really great, you can do 2/3 from AV1 in 6-7 days (or 8-9 days including airfares yemei).
6. other options) walk in the northern hemisphere if you are interested in Alpine routes, and I don't think you're thinking about a trip to Nepal or North India for the benefit of the Himalayas.
7) briefly found to AV1. You can arrive to the Paso-Duran and sleep every night in the cabin.

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