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Amtrak  
#1 Posted : Friday, September 28, 2007 3:40:10 PM(UTC)
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So after three retired Marine. We came on to the Ein zivan, it looks about a third of the trail.
The first day we arrived at the Hermon on 11 before noon, with a taxi from Kiryat Shmona. 140.
We went to the oak forest reserve, and arrived around 5:00 p.m. Milan's first water at the restaurant, where the path breaks hard left and started walking along welcomed RAM and a restaurant. Oak Forest at the beginning a little tent and Campfire barano, but the sound of something heavy going around and Snort that sounds especially reflectors, bouncing and fast losing the right to enter the forest, on the trail. There was some rain in the night, but not bad.

The next day we went to the Merom Golan, before her Lowenthal. Milan way plaplia water at the entrance to bocata. They were very nice and gave us coffee. The people at Merom Golan-at first we just a couple walking on the perimeter if there's somewhere we can raise a tent and sleep. They are also invited to set up a tent in their backyard and said if I clean the tent anywhere in the group, nobody would wake. The recommended place to pitch a tent there was the dining room, where you can go to the bathroom and free water. We got there and started to make tea, then someone else from the kibbutz came to us, and unfortunately I don't know her name, and offered us to sleep in an empty apartment. With mattresses. She apologized that there was no hot water to shower. The apartment was excellent, and the owner always offered us help, and asked if we needed anything (she even offered us to cook in her kitchen, if we need ...). She said they took 12 in recent weeks (we the 13 to 16) and when I get to the hostel for hikers on the trail, she said she was thinking about organizing something neat like that. A great place.

On the third day we Lowenthal. Her a little steep, but I really enjoyed. And the view from the top. The Caf? opens only in 1000, but around 800 -1030 opened the diner and buy drinks and popsicles. And full of water. The decline of abntel pretty disgusting, because it's all about, and knock your knees. And from there to the Ein zivan can be OK, but we were already in a mod to get there and finish our trip, so it seemed like it lasted forever. In retrospect, for there also nice and light.

To summarize-for mostly passing 4WD roads, with some small sections of narrow trails, and other sections of transitions between orchards (Apple offered us many out there). The trail itself is interesting, and when you get in this plantation getting boring rather quickly. And territories moved on the first day was filled with trash and leftover fruits (I don't mean crap I mean what's left when Barbara died two yards from the trail) and a little gross. Very beautiful landscapes itself, also from Mount Hermon in the beginning, when you see the finger roll, then play either, and as you go down and see the implants, and Syria. It's very interesting to me. Maybe one day I will go back to continue a kind wines. Or start from scratch and to finish it properly (even faster pace).

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#2 Posted : Friday, September 28, 2007 6:41:24 PM(UTC)
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If going in the spring (cold and rain ...) and plan the path deviations to interesting places and sites that could be flowering.

Happy holiday.

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#3 Posted : Friday, September 28, 2007 8:29:00 PM(UTC)
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Yes, I'm sure after rain (and a little while) more beautiful landscapes.
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#4 Posted : Sunday, September 30, 2007 5:17:24 PM(UTC)
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You make me want to do the trail in winter. I spent two years of my life level, when it's all covered in snow. Start planning it challenge nice equipment and skills. Anyone want to join?
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#5 Posted : Sunday, September 30, 2007 6:08:06 PM(UTC)
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After I failed in the fall, I don't plan on snowy winter as next attempt.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, September 30, 2007 8:17:54 PM(UTC)
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Such beautiful picture and feel out.

Why finished early?

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#7 Posted : Monday, October 1, 2007 7:58:12 PM(UTC)
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It was difficult for some of us.

Also an inconvenient case caused the pain in the lower back, and legs as a result of blisters with shoes. And lack of enjoyment from it.

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#8 Posted : Tuesday, October 2, 2007 5:51:01 PM(UTC)
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I not disparage, I am asking!

After 682 posts?! Usually see here name has so many posts here ת'עולם rupture, why after three days suddenly. " Lower back pain and blisters result feet with shoes. And pleasure of it all. "

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#9 Posted : Wednesday, October 3, 2007 12:38:41 PM(UTC)
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First of all, I wrote 682 messages just saying I.

Besides what I did years ago. Five years ago.

And third, not this trip alone, unlike for Appalachia. And shtlois more people, it is not always possible to do what you want.

In retrospect (just a week and a half, lines shazichronot) I am a bit sorry I went alone. But never mind. The views were beautiful, the challenge was interesting, but the trail itself wasn't as successful in the world. So the challenge and I will keep to Israel soon.

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#10 Posted : Thursday, October 11, 2007 3:02:31 PM(UTC)
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You can also view the pictures I managed to photograph
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Hey, what's up? It's there, your ROI how cute ...

I went to see the photos from the trail and suddenly I see yaeli "reserve" album. Hey, I didn't know you were such a walk! Appalachia trail?

Take care of yourself, I have a feeling we're going to be seeing soon.
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#11 Posted : Friday, October 12, 2007 8:51:26 PM(UTC)
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Don't say such things. It's scary. I haven't gotten any mail order, touch wood.
Cool that you're interested in hiking trails. As you can see, I was a little more, a little better and today I write on forums, but programs still running in my head.
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#12 Posted : Tuesday, November 6, 2007 9:06:44 PM(UTC)
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Me and me (my Corsica GR20 route) liberty walk for days and the personal impression:

1. junk. Lots of junk. Really a landfills heights that looks like spam for main point.

2 this isn't a Bill. Worthy of the title: "the way" or "the road". To read this Bill is really a joke.

3. severe warning! The track produced blisters feet too tough, as expected from a long walk on roads.

Summary statement. A great disappointment. Planned three days on the trail and cut at the end of the second day.

Summary: Sunday Hermon-ein zivan.
Note that the lower gate Hermon open at 7:00 a.m. so that there is no point to trying to get to the box office at first light. Already rising from Mount Hermon to dump huge surf with animal carcasses. Then comes the humus of me in a restaurant's main square. Birkat RAM is almost completely dry in November and it shows. Apple orchards are also almost completely empty though and find another Apple in decent shape. Ruby mountain might walk some to confuse that WiseGuys picked up ferrous marking for to mark where the lines of several plantations. Fast track to bokata light and fast and most importantly at the end didn't miss the typical ksshhh in local Abu Zeid in candy. The owner prepares a NAPA evening whose name is known all over the region. A major dump road bokata and start the move east of the Memorial plants to volcanic 77 stronghold. The walk is annoying warts growing on the back of rgef. That's where poor regretted the choice in shoes. My journey went in sneakers and suffering even blisters. The monument and the Valley of tears and rest completely flat until the buffer under the worse situation Lowenthal. The Lowenthal is the only real path from Mount Hermon! Her beautiful little coffee sitting in cloud. Ein zivan, L?wenthal to walk across water tube nasty In the garage organized entrance to Kibbutz.

A total of 32 Sunday route-miles. Backpack weight 12 kg 10 hours

Synopsis: in Ein zivan junction-varicose veins.
If the first day surprised me of lack of "biliotho" and "bishiotho" the other day and said to me that this group akshkosh "Golan" should never have been born. All this day medals to go on roads. Even a short section called the Google maps and it's the Green ghost, unable to improve our mood. What a joke to go at 26 degrees on that field on fire? Add to that that all dry and stores, boar stories seem thin on the verge of death and understand why today's 20. II decided to cut home

Not back to finish the Golan and certainly not recommending him to friends.
The third day with the sea observations would improve did but we had no desire to do it.

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#13 Posted : Tuesday, November 6, 2007 9:24:10 PM(UTC)
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Ah. And I wanted to add a trail is marked and you can go it without maps.

We leave in July 2008 6 members walking in HIGH ROUTE n.1 in the Dolomites in Italy.
I don't think we go there a lot.

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#14 Posted : Tuesday, November 6, 2007 11:14:38 PM(UTC)
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Sorry but I don't agree with your opinion on the trail.

It is not a path that exists, but large parts of it are really beautiful.
Apparently you got dry season and as I understand also go 30 + miles per day, so I don't see how you can benefit especially when flying to gobble.
The walk is a lot of dirt roads and paved roads on I think it's because the problem areas of the manifold.

In the spring, with the track should be no small attraction.

I bumped into endless amounts of junk I haven't done this for a long time.

The last part of the sea of Galilee is really pretty too bad you stopped.

I really think it's flying way off the beauty of the trail.

About blisters, I walked 20 km a day and had problems with blisters. Nor to my trip. I went with high mountain shoes as I always go. So maybe the problem is not but in your shoes.

I wish you love, why don't you do the path again and change your mind.
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#15 Posted : Wednesday, November 7, 2007 1:33:33 AM(UTC)
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Deliberation-the Israel National Trail or road Golan? Interesting
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#16 Posted : Wednesday, November 7, 2007 1:35:26 AM(UTC)
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The southern part of skip.
I loved the South but maybe if I travel north this spring was more sympathetic.

Dump the unit really bother me was specified after the condemnation.

Now about 80% of the trail passes and bicycles.
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