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jobran  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 7, 2016 10:08:51 PM(UTC)
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Hi, I am 30 years old Jubran.

I am looking for a challenging and interesting Trek in August 24-the only time (non-ideal for exploring Europe-load) have a holiday the lamb.

Two years ago, finished the TMB in 8 days (views), and last year the AV1 nalati finish after six days because of knee pain of man (my trip) (track cute-less impressive what TMB in terms of mountains and snow, scenery and wild)

I have 2 weeks vacation, I wanted to combine with Trek then not to return to work with dust on the back.

This year I'm torn between AV2 in lush parkland and the northern part of Corsica GR20, CARROS DE FOC maybe in Spain

Asked about the AV1-AV2 being at very tempted to do some official apirtot the question here about the AV2-the official pirtot not included. In what part of the track to stop and perform one-pirtot to buy/carry additional equipment.

Thank you very much.

I'd be happy to help.

Prices already are expensive: <

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זמי1  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 8, 2016 1:49:30 PM(UTC)
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How about Spain? There are plenty of tracks. See here
-Http://www.traildino.com/trace/continents-Europe/countries Spain #/Map; Trails


Check about PICOS DE EUROPA in Northern Spain

GR204 North Shore Trail in Spain-search information network

Seems to me the most seductive East end lights in Northwest Spain.

Caminodosfaros


Also, one of uriantim trail to the pilgrims for Spain, the classic Camino.
It is a variant of the camino del norte coast
Or camino primitivo
Both are less well-known and less toilim and more difficult aklasi.

Another suggestion is the Spanish Pyrenees GR11, equivalent hard.

I suggest you go deal with France in GR12 out Pyrenees. Start walking from Biarritz on the Ridge a couple of enough.
Extreme, too. This is expected to be crowded but less than the others.

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jobran  
#3 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 3:30:18 PM(UTC)
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Hey Ma, thanks for the quick response.

I would be happy for Spain, it also will save the flight from Italy to Spain (even though it's not a big deal). I am looking for a mountain trek (Alpine similar) with the possibility to sleep. Nature, peaks and water. I'm not too familiar with Spain.
I heard quite a bit about both parks of Northern Spain (Ordesa 2 days) and igoastorts (rotation of 5 days)-which offered the GR11-easy to get Sleeping cabins? A few days?
Thanks a lot!
Jubran
nahum  
#4 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 4:05:31 PM(UTC)
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Small patch available.
The GR11 is harder than the French brother GR10 harder is the HRP (watershed trail), which runs between both (approx.).
shaharellert  
#5 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 4:54:17 PM(UTC)
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You can track work is lscon to Gavarnie the HRP-based, from where you can continue on foot South through de Rolan towards Torla, Ordesa and taste.

I walked part of the NBA and was very beautiful.

About the level: while I was sleeping, but I got to see the huts (especially Spanish) around quite inimlesties compared to thousands (?/Gran Paradiso/TMB).

jobran  
#6 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 4:56:14 PM(UTC)
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Thanks shaharellert! -For a few days?
shaharellert  
#7 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2016 5:15:17 PM(UTC)
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From lscon to Gavarnie on I think HRP scheduled 7 days. The Gavarnie to Torla 2 days/three depending on which course you choose.
There are many options for hiking and mountaineering to several peaks.
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