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Most if not some of the way is possible to be trekked on a semi-beaten path. The ridge you mention actually has roads most of the way around it. If you are to go hiking, some that I recommend (although still old paved roads) would be somewhere like Sky Road / Laputa Road (Yes, named after the Studio Ghibli movie). Google Map shows it as Closed (which it ...


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Daytime temperatures are around 10-20°C which seems good for hiking (up to 23°C in Tetovo). Nighttime temperatures can drop down to 0-5°C. You could get some rain and thunderstorms during a day but also few sunny days in a row... If you go hiking for a week in April/May, you are pretty likely to get 1 to 3 days with some rain. Temperatures source : ...


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In 2016, the cabins in that area will open on June 23, according to the Hemavan Tourist Office: Hi David, They open a few days later that month, the 23 of june so if you can wait a few more days it is not a bad idea. Before that it can still be a lot of snow and/or very wet in the terrain so we recommend people to walk after midsummer, usually it ...


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Kompass are great: http://www.kompass.de/touren-und-regionen/touren/ Switch layer to Summer/Winter in top right to see the details like marked trails and contours (otherwise it shows Open Street Map with less details). There are even winter ski tours there.


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Best Austria Alps maps are Kompass: http://www.kompass.de/touren-und-regionen/touren/ Switch layer to Summer/Winter in top right to see the details like marked trails and contours (otherwise it shows Open Street Map with less details). There are even winter ski tours there.


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One possibility you have is to find a hiking club. There are some all over the world and that's where you'll probably find the most involved hikers, those ready to invest money on long hiking trips, far from home. Most of these clubs have online forums or some sort of ad board where people would post any climbing partner search ad. They also organise these ...


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If hiking the King's Trail, you will most likely be starting your hike at Abisko in the very north of Sweden. So you would most probably get there from Kiruna (by train, bus or car), and you would in turn be flying to Kiruna from Stockholm. So your main options are probably to leave the luggage in Kiruna, or in Stockholm. In Stockholm, assuming the main ...



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