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nadav  
#1 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 1:05:02 AM(UTC)
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Hi Forum members,
My wife and I are looking to go on a trip of between 45-30 days, early September, not too expensive and not too hard.
We make the SWCP but not sure because costs and difficulty (we're not in peak shape), I'd love to recommendations regarding the European tracks (but not mandatory).
Thank you

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#2 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 8:07:58 AM(UTC)
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For the 45 day you don't need to get in shape because you build it in the first trimester.

The short tracks 6-12 days is best fit to destroy a large part of the fun.

Not specified if you want the track log cabins or based course is based.

Crossing the Pyrenees (GR10 or 11) are relatively cheap and convenient to route the database chalets

And Israel National Trail-trail based tent

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#3 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 9:13:29 AM(UTC)
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Also long legs travel should be in good physical shape, not like an Alpine trek-to be

Able to walk 15-20 miles per day with a backpack weighing according to what is most appropriate.

To Israel 15 kg without an appropriate physical fitness journey will end after a few days.

And of course the equipment most suitable shoes "broken", not from the store.

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#4 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 9:36:34 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = nadav; 647042]

Hi Forum members,
My wife and I are looking to go on a trip of between 45-30 days, early September, not too expensive and not too hard.
We make the SWCP but not sure because costs and difficulty (we're not in peak shape), I'd love to recommendations regarding the European tracks (but not mandatory).
Thank you

Hi Munna Bhai,

The SWCP is your very cells in terms of difficulty. The track is off the grid (an understatement) and is convenient to divide that allows a gradual start and gym. While there are a lot of ups and downs but no Alpine mountain passes. So the correct outline (short days at the beginning) and choice of the section (for example – start at Minehead) perfectly suitable for those who do not prepare.

However, the track certainly doesn't answer your second requirement "not expensive". England. Can lowering by b in hostels (not each section!) and/or by camping. I don't know if it's relevant for you but there are cheaper routes.

Try to check routes which pass through Eastern European countries. Maybe via Alpina website you will find something that goes at least partly in the European countries.

Specifically, checking the via Alpina purple the Bavarian section. Impressed at least in Bavaria (from Western Europe-Germany and Austria) costs a bit cheap in comparison to other tracks I went to Europe (Italy, Switzerland, France, Pyrenees)-worth checking out (not sure it even cheaper than renting a tent in England). Another advantage--at least in the section above, the mostly open into October.

A completely different idea – earn throwing colors and fly to New England (USA) to track such as the Vermont Trail (more options). It's only relevant in placing you with.

Don't know if this route might be of interest to you-a wooded path.

Must take into account the price of the flight.

There's plenty of options.

You are planning to go with a tent?

nadav  
#5 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 11:48:17 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the fast and detailed,
Big fitness, we are travelling here and there (mostly day trips) and we have equipment like old shoes siisi, so no fear of new equipment from the store.
Did Israel trail so I know the feeling of carrying weight and therefore also irrelevant (was great), my concern is that there will be my wife too hard increases of tracks like GR10 or 11 so looking for something challenging but with fewer people (that's what I'm interested in SWCP).
We don't have a problem going with a tent or sleep in inns to lower costs but is it feasible to reach $ 100 +-pounds per day for two people (excluding travel flights etc)?
Vermont Trail-a flight to United States from jumping the costs so not sure that makes it worthwhile is the via Alpina purple looks interesting.

Nadav
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#6 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 11:59:17 AM(UTC)
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Blue Lane in Hungary can fit in terms of degree of difficulty and costs.

It is suitable for autumn in terms of casting, colors don't have to fly across the ocean.

Amnon testify better than he went in it three years ago.

Read the indicated amount.boohoo

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#7 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 12:52:19 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = nadav; 647059] we don't have a problem going with a tent or sleep in inns to lower costs but is it feasible to reach $ 100 +-pounds per day for two people (excluding travel flights etc)?

With tent and motels I don't see how you pass the 100 pounds a day! (Not including flights and travel equipment)

But if you really think atcatib you, you gotta do this test yourself! Tdegum some hostels, camping sites and B & Bs along the trail (I assume you don't want to spend every night in their room in the Inn and/or in a tent). Add the costs of meals, sitting in a pub once in a while. I add a little extra blatm. And this value.

I think if you calculate exactly like this one week of the example, it will give you a pretty good picture for the track.

(The SWCP.)

nahum  
#8 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 1:04:01 PM(UTC)
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The third lost a set nearly 18% since we u.n for amber.
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#9 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 1:36:20 PM(UTC)
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Although an ardent fan of the returned SWCP I personally wasn't going about 45-30 days.

Seems too monotonous.

In cost terms possible in my opinion to go on a budget of £ 100 per day per couple (half the cost)

But it takes probably going about watching streaming video on so long.

Why we're so passionate about SWCP. is much due to the overall envelope with all escort around a walk.

When you walk in a relatively spartanis conditions so not sure this exciting trail is probably not when you go on it so long time.

Consider may combine weeks at SWCP with walking on the C2C or before.

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#10 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 4:26:28 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = יענקל'ה Saar; 647060]

Blue Lane in Hungary can fit in terms of degree of difficulty and costs.

It is suitable for autumn in terms of casting, colors don't have to fly across the ocean.

Amnon testify better than he went in it three years ago.

Read the indicated amount.boohoo

That followed the Sept-OKT-October 2015. Just have kept the dabd opened three years ago.

Hungarian route, as the Romanian, Bulgarian, Slovak, etc. is a very cheap and hard. Cost of 50 euros per couple per day, including accommodation and food.
But Hungary has no language difficulties. Outside Budapest, almost nobody speaks a word of English and menus at restaurants need to guess.

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#11 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 5:47:19 PM(UTC)
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For a moment I feared yeah me too fast. Luckyboohoo

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#12 Posted : Thursday, August 4, 2016 9:30:46 PM(UTC)
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Ma a little slow to respond, so I suggest instead the pilgrims – especially if you are looking for comfortable and experience trail.

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