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fez
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15.08.2006 16:53
Nepal antworten
wenn sich die politische Situation bis dorthin beruhigt hat gehen wir ja wie verabredet zum paddeln nach Nepal, nicht wahr ?

Hier schonmal ein Überblick über ein paar Bäche: http://www.shivaoutdoors.com/boathouse/general_info.php
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imagine

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Froschel
Schwammkopf



16.08.2006 10:12
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
ich dachte 2008 sind erstmal die Pyrenäen dran


....aber dann gleich danach kommt Nepal


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fez
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16.08.2006 10:15
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
ok von mir aus gehn wir 2008 zu den Pygmäen. Aber dann 2009 nach Nepal!
2010 British Columbia - oder lieber Californien ?
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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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Froschel
Schwammkopf



16.08.2006 10:54
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
ich dachte 2010 kommt erst Chile dran und danach Neuseeland


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fez
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16.08.2006 11:48
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

ach ja, stimmt, habs durcheinander bekommen
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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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fez
Held vom Erdbeerfeld



16.08.2006 11:51
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
aber jetzt mal im Ernst:
Ich möchte gerne 2008 evtl. irgendetwas größeres machen. Mit Familie.
Die Planungsphase ist hiermit eröffnet!

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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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fez
Held vom Erdbeerfeld



18.08.2006 08:53
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
habe mir eben billig das Standardwerk für Nepal bestellt.


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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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fez
Held vom Erdbeerfeld



18.08.2006 10:10
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

http://www.kanumagazin.de/karnali,nepal.39677.htm
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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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Froschel
Schwammkopf



18.08.2006 11:30
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

den Bericht vom Kanumagazin hab ich, kann ihn dir mal ausleihen wenn du willst.


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fez
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18.08.2006 13:22
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

gut, kannst ihn ja am Samstag mitbringen. Ich habe noch einen anderen - von 2004 glaube ich, bringe ich mit.
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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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fez
Held vom Erdbeerfeld



18.08.2006 13:45
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

wäre was für die Tati:
Lower Kali Gandaki

Difficulty in Nov: Class II
From: Ramdi (Alt. 370m)
To: Narayanghat (Alt. 180m)
Distance: 128 km
River Days : 6
From Pokhara: 5 hours
Av. Gradient: 1.5m/km (7 ft/mile)
Volume in Nov: 250 cms (10000 cfs)
Best Season: Oct-Nov, Feb-Apr

A big but relatively easy river, with beautiful, unspoiled scenery, small gorges, jungle and an abundance of wildlife. A relaxing river trip especially for the kayaker with limited experience.

Below Ramdi the river flows east into an open valley for approximately 100 km before joining with the Trisuli river at Devghat to become the Narayani and flow onwards to the Ganges. There are no roads near the river, no tourists, and few other river runners: local people are natural, unspoiled and of course friendly.

The lower half of the river is sparsely populated, with a jungle corridor and pristine white beaches. There is abundant wildlife along the river- including more than 250 species of bird. There are reports of the rare fresh water dolphin. Also rare, but occasionally seen, are crocodiles- the gharial ones (a fish eater) and the marsh mugger (eat anything!!).

Rafting:
A pleasant river trip with a gentle current. There are very easy class two rapids to add interest, but these are very safe. If you’re nervous about the white water and don’t want to get wet, but still want an interesting river with the ‘get a away from it all feeling’, then this is the one.


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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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fez
Held vom Erdbeerfeld



21.08.2006 10:36
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
ok, dann gehn wir halt alleine

Ist übrigens garnicht so teuer wie befürchtet. wie z.B. hier zu sehen:

http://www.visitnepal.com/udnepal/depart/sunkosi.htm


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If you wanna dance with a buggy
Put all six feet on the ground, yeah
The bug will pick up your luggage
And drive you straight into town, yep
Where you're safe from the spray and the kitty and the chase
If bugs can make it there they could make it any place
Between the sun going going down and the sun coming up
Yeah bug city's rocking, Yeah that feather pluckin' log is lit up

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jorgos

21.08.2006 13:32
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

Hallo, bin wieder da.

2008 ist noch recht lange hin. Wie wäre es mit einer "Vorbereitungstour" im Sommer 2007? Siehe dort.

Muss aber ehrlich zugeben, dass Nepal für einen ängstlichen Menschen wie mich etwas exotisch klingt. Wie wäre es mit den chilenischen Flüssen, die nach einem Pressebericht von letzter Woche demnächst evtl. verbaut werden könnten?

Grüße
Jorgos

Froschel
Schwammkopf



21.08.2006 14:06
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

in Chile sind die Flüsse dann nochmal etwas schwerer, zumindest die Rivergods.


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fez
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21.08.2006 14:09
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

zudem braucht man auch wieder eine Weile um an die Flüsse ranzukommen.

Ich denke als Vorbereitung für Nepal sollten wir bis 2008 oder 2009 halt mal ein paar richtig volumenreiche Flüsse in den Alpen und Europa ansteuern.
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imagine
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Froschel
Schwammkopf



21.08.2006 14:12
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

oder halt die Enz...



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fez
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21.08.2006 14:18
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

nee, solche Wuchtwasser-Hämmer wie die Enz findet man in Nepal eh nicht...
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Froschel
Schwammkopf



23.08.2006 09:08
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

hier noch ein netter Nepalbericht:

http://www.kajak-channel.de/kajakstory58-1.htm


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Froschel
Schwammkopf



23.08.2006 10:52
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

hier nochmal was über Chile, das Video ist auch klasse, noch mit richtigen longboats.

http://www.exchile.com/kayakchile.html


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fez
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23.08.2006 11:04
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
wow ! hört sich geil an. Auch das Programm überzeugt:

Futaleufu River Valley Kayak Week - Class III/IV

Day 1: Arrival and Introductions
Arrive at either of our entry points in Puerto Montt, Chile or Esquel, Argentina, the gateways to Patagonia. Connect with our representative and travel to the remote riverside town of Futaleufu, surrounded by majestic mountains. Here you will find your accommodations at Kayak Chile's, Tres Monjas Eco-Camp along the banks of the Futaleufu River. A hearty meal, hot sauna, and wonderful views welcome you to Chile.

Day 2: Rio Espolon
You wake up to the brilliance of life along the Futaleufu River with the jagged Tres Monjas peaks standing sentinel over the river and camp. After a delightful breakfast we take a short drive to the Rio Espolon. After warming up on the crystal clear water, review your techniques, practice rolls on both sides, surf the dynamic Espolon surf wave, and prepare for the big water of the Futaleufu.

Day 3: Futaleufu, the El Macal Section
Today we put-in on the Futaleufu River, below the impressive Class V “Casa de Piedra” rapid. Vertical cliff walls surround this gorgeous Class III “El Macal” section, along with glacier crowned peaks. We will practice all of our big water skills as we work our way down this introductory stretch of the Futaleufu River. Rip it up on "Every Man’s (and Woman’s) Surf Wave"; feel the power of the rapids, and enjoy some of the best scenery on the river.

Day 4: Kayak the Río Azul
Today, if water levels permit, we will take a break from the big water of the Futaleufu. We will drive to the footbridge put-in on the Río Azul, a tight, glacial-fed creek that runs through a lush micro canyon. Here you get a chance to relax and paddle the technical drops, surf and cartwheel at some excellent play spots, and enjoy the scenery. We take-out at camp where the Río Azul meets the Río Futaleufu.

Day 5: Futaleufu, Terminator Section
After breakfast, we put-in at our camp beach and head down river into the “Terminator” section. We will warm up on numerous Class III and IV rapids, and then we will walk around the huge and powerful Class V “Terminator Rapid”. Some of the more intrepid paddlers in the group will have the opportunity to sneak (Class IV+) the “Terminator” on the left side. From the “Terminator” we will carefully pick our route through the hole-filled Class IV “Kyber Pass”, and on to some giant wave action in the Class IV “Himalayas”. Here you will surf some of the biggest standing waves in the hemisphere! We return to the Kayak Chile eco-camp to relax on one of our white sand beaches or take a soothing hot sauna.

Day 6: Kayak the Río Palena (or Rio Tigre)
We will take a scenic drive to the Río Palena on the border with Argentina, where we have an ox-cart waiting to help us to the put-in on this Class III/III+ paddle. It's a gorgeous drive through a valley with a slightly different ecosystem than the Futaleufu River Valley. Water levels permitting, we may run a section of the spectacular Rio Tigre, a nearby tributary of the Palena.

Day 7: Upper Futaleufu; below the Infierno Canyon
For an exciting finale, we head to the remote and spectacular upper section of the Futaleufu and the Las Escalas Valley. An exciting shuttle ride through an old growth forest brings us to the river just below the Infierno Canyon. This visually spectacular section of river includes the Class V rapids “Zeta” and “Throne Room”. We will take the well worn footpaths around the two rapids, and head into the “Wild Mile Section ”, four miles of continuous whitewater action which takes us right back to our camp. After a full day on the river, you begin to pack up and enjoy Kayak Chile's farewell asado and fiesta.

Day 8: Departure
Wake up for an early breakfast and drive back to Chaitén, Chile and your flight to Puerto Montt, or relax for a couple of hours and take our shuttle to Esquel, Argentina. As you catch a final view of the Río Futaleufu; surrounded by hanging glaciers and snow capped mountains, take a moment to reflect upon all of the amazing sights and experiences of this past week. After all these years we are still stunned that views like these exist.

Nur der Preis schreckt ab...
Price: $1595.00 USD
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fez
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23.08.2006 11:29
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

boah - geiler Film . Diese Longboats haben einfach was. Ich stehe da voll drauf

Cool finde ich auch diesen Typen im letzten Teil der die Füße vorne aufs Deck legt und so die Hammerteile durchfährt...
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fez
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27.08.2006 22:11
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

wie wärs mit Afghanistan ? http://www.kayakistan.com/index.html

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Froschel
Schwammkopf



28.08.2006 09:11
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

auja, da können wir dann gleich beim Mienenräumen behilflich sein...

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Froschel
Schwammkopf



01.09.2006 09:03
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten
Hab mir gestern mal das NepalVid angeschaut, ist eigentlich wie ein Werbefilm für ein Raftingunternehmen mit schlechten Darstellern. Es werden aber die meisten der bekannten Flüsse kurz gezeigt wodurch man einen recht guten Eindruck über die einzelnen Flüsse bekommt. Es werden jeweils die schwierigsten Stellen des Flusses gezeigt mit Schwierigkeitsgradangaben. Und die schreiende weibliche Raftingbesatzung darf natürlich in keiner Sequenz fehlen. Aber für 4 Euro muss man so etwas eben in Kauf nehmen :-)


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fez
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16.10.2006 13:24
RE: Nepal 2008 antworten

eigentlich wäre Norwegen ja auch noch eine Option...
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