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  1. Hello (I'm french and don't speak german) In early spring, hiking through Mediterranean islands could be an option (but you might have snow in the highest parts). For Cyprus, Sicily, Crete, you will find there informations (GPS tracks, water, accomodation, daily stages...) in english or in french. I'm currently preparing for 2021 the hike through Sardinia (475km) which is probably the one easier to do early in the season as there are not high mountains. Later in the year, in the map below, all the trails I hiked with GPS tracks and useful informations.
  2. Congratulations. I met you the last day of your HRP and you told me you wanted to end the HRP in 22 days and 22 hours. You succeeded. You had a light backpack and an heavy camera... I hiked the HRP in 25 days (22 days from Canigou to the Atlantic Ocean + 3 days when I met you) at the end of my thru hike of France from Alsace to Hendaye through all the mountain ranges of the country (Vosges, Jura, Alps, Massif Central and Pyrenees).
  3. Hello. You will find informations for some parts of those trails in French or in English I hiked through France this summer
  4. Hello I will start the "Grande Traversée de la France" June 17th from the French/German border. 3 months hiking, 2500km 117km of elevation gain from Alsace to Basque Country through the five mountain ranges of France : Vosges (Grande Traversée des Vosges), Jura (Grande Traversée du Jura), Alps (north part of the GR5), Massif Central and Pyrenees (HRP). More info of my way (GPS track, information...) in english or in french
  5. Well, usually, I'm starting to think about a new long distance hike in autumn and I have 6 months to prepare it : preparing the GPS track, learning foreign language, reading books, novels, watching movies about those countries. I bring some ebooks or pdf books but once I'm hiking, I don't have a lot of time (and mind) to read.
  6. Hello. In Italy, from the eastern island of Sicily (Marettimo) to the French Border, I hiked 2530 kilometers. Depending on how many kilometers you hike a day, it takes 3 months (30km/day) to 4 months (20km/day). It's easy to make 2/3 weeks in Sicily then the same in Calabria... etc. You will find more about this thru-hike of Italy and the other ones on my blog.
  7. Hello. Sorry, as I'm French and I don't speak German, I'm writing in English. I just discovered this forum as some people linked a post to my blog. As I'm now lockdowned in my apartment, my social life is reduced and there's only phone and internet for that... I love long distance hikes. I hiked in Nepal, Appalachian Trail but I love particularly long distance hikes in Europe. Here, we have not only wilderness but also history, culture... I'm very happy to find information when I'm preparing a long distance hike so in return, I try to do the same when I'm doing one. So, you can have a look on my blog in french (more complete but in french...) or in english if you want information (GPS track, accomodation, water...) about those hikes. Hiking through Balkans, Carpathians, all Italy are splendids. I specialy love the Pyrenees (my home mountain...).
  8. I agree with "German Tourist" post. There are so many possibilities in Europe where you can not only have "the wild" but also culture, history. I really like make stops in a cafe in a small village, meet people. Eastern Europe is great. Western Europe is great. South Europe is great for that. Carpathians mountains, Bulgaria, ... and one of my best hiking through Greece and then Albania : sumptuous mountains and fantastic hospitality. If you want a little more information about those hikes (GPS track, accommodation, water, resupply), in English or in French. Sorry, not in German.
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