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#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 10, 2008 4:23:28 PM(UTC)
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My past few weeks walking the South from Mount Carmel for Israel.
I left Jerusalem at noon, and Binyamina in 2. Bus to decantation comes in only three and a half so I took a taxi (after the מ"ומ decided to put up 33 dollars--and charge pod, 37 dollars).
The path was easy to find and the weather was nice. I loved the way, East of pordis, between hills orchards. The quarry of decantation didn't check well and lost, I went on my tracks and I found the path. Overall, a very nice way, hills, valleys and wooded area with Rocky Crest with holes and spiikim. The Bell cave and cool, and beyond came across a herd of cows and creepy-looking signs! " Free dogs in space ". After crossing the road to Ofer tberbrot again. I found myself on a hill with massive shamck vegetation of North mountain. I repeated my tracks and turned back to her wrong and over a cliff. In the end I went west to that began descending slowly to the East and found Israel trail. Apparently he cut way down the hills and was missing, for travelers going to speculation and shingles. There in the Office, the JNF and grass available for night with water taps. (Met Russian couple + 1 child to feed me chicken and potatoes I had the cherry and the night was narkati night.
The next day the trail went through pine forests on the hills with tendency to the West until eventually, descending to a dirt road and back into the open, rocky outcrop, and yet that respect began giving its toll. Brown man rush all the time and somehow made it without falling on the jagged spikes of the crest the fatal cave stream reserve and found to hide (35 degrees in the shade). On the follow-up to Oren gave up for now.

And the question is: why would the Israel National Trail passes instead of rovlachum and so exposed to rain? Why can't the path through the space left in the maharal and isfiya?
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, June 10, 2008 9:34:49 PM(UTC)
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It was thought that plan of the path. We have no influence on the track.

I have a question for you: why do you weather of 35 degrees in the shade?

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, June 11, 2008 1:34:05 AM(UTC)
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I had to unwind and these were the only two I could get time off work/school
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, June 11, 2008 1:46:38 AM(UTC)
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Well I gave up on the rest of the House because the walk from Pine Creek caves to ein HoD is simply a nightmare.
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, June 11, 2008 3:49:33 AM(UTC)
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A year ago I did this in the opposite direction with another friend in mid-may from Pine Creek to the caves. After 5 hours nshbrano the heat was more than 35 degrees. It was a valuable lesson for me and now I'm waiting like a good boy for September-October.
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, June 11, 2008 6:13:46 PM(UTC)
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What about the trails that lead through pine from isfiya to vineyard fast? The situation there.
Really enjoyed the South. Is the central part of Mount Carmel so bad?
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