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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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For established long distance routes, you can find them on Scotland's Great Trails. These are waymarked long-distance routes, that you may be able to get special maps covering the route. There's also a slightly better overview map at WalkHighlands. Most of these long-distance routes however delibeatley avoid unnecissarily summiting however, which conflicts ...


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I make two to three trips to the boundary waters between Minnesota and Ontario every year. And for meats that are canoed or hiked in, I always freeze the first night, (next morning's) meat, and if it's spring or fall, can repeat again the next night, pre planned and the next morning so on and so forth, nature becomes an ice box. The meats that are carried ...


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The woods of Fontainebleau and the one of Chantilly are great hicking sites. Here are additional pieces of information: camping overnigh in the woods of Fontainebleau is not allowed by the Office National des ForĂȘts (ONF, in charge of wood management). According to the website of ONF, there are particular places where camping is allowed: a campsite ...


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It's very likely the roads won't be open yet, according to the Icelandic authority, which publishes statistics on such matters. The median date for opening Landmannalaugar is June 17, the earliest date being May 31 so you're short on luck it seems. If the roads are closed, I don't think any bus company will attempt to go there. I've checked a few bus ...


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The most beautiful forests around Paris (within 1 to 1.5h) are in : Chantilly Fontainebleau Meudon Rambouillet Saint Germain en Laye Now, I would suggest you to take a map of the forest with you as you could quickly get lost. Depending on the places, camping in the wild might not be authorized by local authorities. There are dedicated areas for camping ...



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