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#1 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 8:56:40 AM(UTC)
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Hello

Is there a course of 2 or 3 days, suitable for children aged 6-11 in reasonable shape.

The track does not have to be circular because the car isn't a handicap.

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 10:24:59 AM(UTC)
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My granddaughter (7) is in very good shape walking and I don't think she can go on AV1,

Certainly without proper preparation. So I wouldn't count on the fitness of children.

The rough and steep for an Israeli hiker that has the first hike in the Alps.

There are no easy days on AV1.  I met young children on track but everyone went in short day trip and they

Europeans. I don't think a young kid can handle rain/hail die.

In any Hostel/Hotel in a way not seen children who should be in place. It is possible to infer a conclusion.

I think it's too early for three days on AV1 with children you must

6 year old kid.  Try to stay in one place and have short legs star tours in the area.

Cortina is excellent for this purpose.

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 11:28:58 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for your reply.
And how about a round trip of three days tzinqua Tori suggested in this forum
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 11:47:05 AM(UTC)
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General comment about hiking with children. You of course know the natives and should touch is they love to explore the hiking or not (because if you're not sure, I would recommend the planning of 2-3 days tour tiolis circular and continuous-because if they don't enjoy, you won't enjoy it).

Personally, we travel with our four-year-old daughter a few (and she really likes tours). The last trip to Europe went with nature days (hiking round-4 though) and which she climbed 400 meters and went 5-6 km, so theoretically your kids should be able to you in 7-10 miles a day (over two days). But this is assuming you do them proper preparation!!!!! -Don't expect that after meeting in front of the tv are just and beautiful location over three days.

--Before going abroad, especially when we know it's going to be a combination, we do with (much). At least a month in advance we combine 3-4 foot (4.6 km progressively) in order to accustom it to. Without preparation that your kids can enjoy and have a very bitter experience (seen friends)

The issue to AV1.

Alternative 1-the beautiful ones but is designed to fit kids iachisit

1-day walk from Pederu to Rifugio Fanes (an initial increase but then very pleasant walk) 7 km. buses to Pederu (but need to see the details)

Day 2-Rifugio Fanes to Scotoni she early in the day, followed by a decent walk 8 km

Day 3 – If you have power, if not decline, the bus off the highway.

Alternative 2-day 2 not so easy but if your children in shape, definitely possible

Day 1-take a cable car to the Cinque torri-travelers some area and sleep at Rifugio Averau (amazing amazing amazing) relatively short tour can be combined with other things.

Day 2-the day after going through Bill 452---Passo di Giau: Croda da Lago-Rifugio (although 12.5 km but not too difficult, one in middle) beautiful route

Day 3-Cortina city through gorgeous forest

If you think too hard runways

Possible to shorten

-Take the funicular to the Cinque torri-Rifugio Averau and sleep in the day after, just to go to a more or less circular route to Passo di Giau and back to Cinque torri-trails route 453 443 then

-Take the cable car to Rifugio Lagazuoi away down to the Scotoni-sleep there in the morning to return to the road.

If you unlocked the AV1 also has lots of beautiful trails in the area Corvara (don't have specific recommendations)

Refers to a site with a map of the area-http://www.kompass.de/touren-und wanderkarte-regionen #lat = 46.69033589239209//& lon = 12.088331071319534 & z = 15 & s = Touristik ROOMS

P.s. If your trip is planned to start this year to book hotels yesterday!! (Already have a hard time finding places to sleep)

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#5 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 12:10:43 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the detailed answer.
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2016 3:47:37 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Shaubi; 640774 Orit] thanks for your reply.
And how about a round trip of three days tzinqua Tori suggested in this forum

Although the track is tough all include steep ascents and descents. Short tracks combined lifts can accommodate six, especially white.

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