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Nir_lev  
#1 Posted : Saturday, February 3, 2007 10:29:16 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

We two shptachot who want to "do" the Israel in SUVs, from North to South. Whether something can refer us to specific information on the topic to include information on substantive issues such as how many hours driving requires for What are the transfer and transfer etc.

Thanks in advance,

NIR.

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#2 Posted : Sunday, February 4, 2007 12:05:15 AM(UTC)
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Hi, here is a friendly link to guidelines for field trips, but mostly not, also about motorcycle trips, you may find some link to site more true for you:

Http://www.mototracks.co.il/navigation.htm,

* Before I saw somewhere, wander a little page on the network and amtaimim forums and I'm sure you'll find something relevant *

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#3 Posted : Sunday, February 4, 2007 3:05:46 AM(UTC)
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Anyway there is no substitute for an ordered design work with topographic map.

Recommend also circular walks (listed tracks number).

Otherwise get bored (the kids).

And maybe even start also travel for walking.

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#4 Posted : Sunday, February 4, 2007 8:23:36 AM(UTC)
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I don't know how others here on the Forum but I serve personally opposes reaffirmed to the leader for SUVs.

One of the main reasons I go the path is to get away from civilization and cars. Happened to me more than once that magical moment alone on the ground destroyed me when I suddenly heard a growl of the engine, and large SUV and loud passed is accompanied by a cloud of dust.

I'm not enthusiastic about SUVs in General, mainly because of the tremendous damage that minority drivers causes but, I know that your right to believe in a little different values.

You may believe that the best way to understand nature is through the window, with all the comfort and confidence in the car, I believe the best way to know is through your feet.   As long as you are careful not to damage the surface is no less legitimate than mine.

You have thousands of dirt roads where you can meet in your way. I have only one path where I can meet you in my way.    If you really care about crazies like me, please don't go on in Israel. Stop us having to look behind your shoulder in fear when we suddenly hear a hum from the motor, give up on our running to the side of the road when money seems you approach and save our ashtncot in a dust cloud following you.   If you really care about us, please, please, leave us the moves for this one, Israel.

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#5 Posted : Sunday, February 4, 2007 1:06:00 PM(UTC)
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No personal Nir_Lev, but I agree with Rooney.
Almost everywhere you go there's some jeep on the road. Of course I'm not someone that will enjoy as it used to enjoy, that's just me.
I'm sure if bred to walk, even enjoyment will increase in such a way that seeing a lot more, and you might think like me eventually.
There is no substitute for feet!
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#6 Posted : Monday, February 5, 2007 6:22:18 AM(UTC)
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I don't understand the question and the commotion that followed. Pedestrian path in long and many scenes simply isn't moving any vehicle. So what ever the problem. Driving vehicles on the road and go for. Who doesn't love vehicles to carry water over the back of Sapphire hues or beyond and see if he still doesn't like cars on the road.
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#7 Posted : Monday, February 5, 2007 1:35:50 PM(UTC)
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Firstly I'm not sparring.

Secondly, should not be perceived personality patterns that you imagine. I'm sure all the families who came to this trip went furrows in Israel and abroad as the Forum. No ideology around view "window", just when you want to get the whole family, and civilization (we live in, what to do) does not allow a month's vacation to go to Bill Israel, yet want to go out and travel and so Israel love's values to rethink not just trip of three days since crossing all Israel.

Thanks anyway for all respondents, and thanks to Yankale17 the pist.

I wish all of us continue to travel as much as possible without disturbing and disturbed.

Good week.

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#8 Posted : Monday, February 5, 2007 1:44:33 PM(UTC)
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3 days will not be enough to make all of Israel National Trail (and the alternatives, of course). Chillum39118.4485416667
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#9 Posted : Monday, February 5, 2007 10:57:51 PM(UTC)
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NIR. I don't think we have such ideological difference.  I'm simply asking that all the dirt roads that you may choose to cross Israel, do not select any path that Israel, even though it's your right to do so.  In addition to the reasons I wrote, if you or one of your family members are thinking one day to do the trail on foot, you may find it quite frustrating to walk for three days, a dirt road once traveled on it in three hours.

If I couldn't convince you, and you are locked on to do, might do some good, and some water caches in more remote places, where hikers can use the emergency. (To do this have a good description/coordinates, and digital photos of huge).

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#10 Posted : Tuesday, February 6, 2007 3:20:32 AM(UTC)
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Ronnie!

Thanks so much for listening and tolerance.

I need your knowledge won't have a problem and vice versa – it will be an amazing experience, Zionist and ethical for children (and adults) to plant water or anything else that can help.

But for that I need help, any information source that can tell me what are the parts they deliver, not where I should override the path etc. I know that this is a complex and antz challenging surgery according to route map, but I believe that knowledgeable bones best method.

Thank you or any member of the forum for assistance.

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#11 Posted : Tuesday, February 6, 2007 6:06:36 AM(UTC)
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NIR Shalom,

A place for planting water problem for travellers without parking 4 stream between the Sapphire crust shades (Negev). However I don't know if there is a way to stream a garage and Sapphire back. Until the road is transferred to the vehicle. So what makes the gardens (Ranger) and Dani Gaspar, when they get to where they leave the water. All other accessible places (also soft). Places where you can help: sleepy Creek parking lot (in the southern foothills of Mt. cockscomb) on the way to the Mall, the developed Black Canyon. I don't think you can carry dozens of liters that your family fill the car, but all will help all disposable happily by.

About: three days. Don't know how but it depends also on your spare time and how many miles you will make, if any. Example in the region of Paran: a mall. Come to a place in the vehicle collection and ladders on top. Her time on foot can be a couple of hours, there's groups. Down the road, after jogging, Mall and Meredith: a decrease in the group.  Vehicles need to descend from the mountain around Wadi Faran and meet the walking out of the Mall and Meredith (+ extra time walking down the stairs to the mouth of the Canyon). Check the map regarding access to the mouth of the Canyon with rosefinch. If you decide on both places is more than half a day. Ein akev: beauty of a pond to bathe. Car accessible to the small distance from the pool. Children and families will want to soak in water (cold spring) will take you a few hours. Ein ovdat?

Book of deer Declaration on Israel, I think (not sure) he has also.

He's up to. If you want to help atmanot and water for travelers or recommendations from my experience leave a private message and I will send you my phone.

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