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#1 Posted : Monday, July 7, 2008 3:44:49 AM(UTC)
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Hi,

Me and my friends son and 17 other us military and academic difficulties would not allow us to go another time. Understand previous messages in the forum you unanimously agree not to do the southern part before the end of September. Therefore I would like to ask about the way that section macepon until around Jerusalem.

-Unlikely to go up in August, or heat conditions requested.

-Since I don't have experience in excursions designed for walking, so it's hard for me to estimate the distance you move every day (say 8 hours standard in the morning and afternoon). What is the distance from the North all the way to Jerusalem, some really going each day and what time limits to appropriate for the road.

– During a revelation not designed experiences, new people and places who want to stay longer. How much more time would you recommend to allocate for this purpose? How the trip varies whether going the same good rate (see first question) or in peace and in taking an planned deviations?

And one last question, what would it mean for you to do the trail in full compared with those who did bits of it separately? Tell me I'm not prpectonist feasible, but it seems a special experience that is worth the effort. Would love to do.

Thanks, dawn

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#2 Posted : Monday, July 7, 2008 10:55:46 AM(UTC)
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My personal plan is to do it, but it is knowing that I'm getting out.

In your situation I would do what I can as long as I can.

So you see what they say here in the Forum. It is not recommended, however, if: will need to be aware of the heat load, and rest during the hottest, and carry enough water.

The average rate per day is around 20 km when taking into account that the first few days, it's better to let your body get used to the effort to remember to do a day off each week going little or not at all.

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#3 Posted : Monday, July 7, 2008 1:11:07 PM(UTC)
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The most important question, what shape? Walk every day at least 20 km with a pod 15-18 kg is not easy and it requires adaptation and fitness training, and of course the equipment.

Too bad you're not ready to quit after 3 days due to pain, blisters, tendons taut and all kinds of trouble.

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#4 Posted : Monday, July 7, 2008 2:15:19 PM(UTC)
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Goeie worth the effort. Nothing to sequence. But even this experiential sections very special experience in both. Isn't that the name of the planning game, your very worthwhile perfectionism Mid-August is very hot and if you can find better in early September. Fitness is already written.
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#5 Posted : Tuesday, July 8, 2008 1:10:54 AM(UTC)
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As one who was once 17 I can add anything else.

The enthusiasm and feeling of "I can" definitely coming instead of whippin's do, but, especially whippin's.

There is much a matter of judgement and decisions you'll need to have both. It is certainly exciting to do, but you can finish it successfully, particularly in season, if you are really responsible and restrain the enthusiasm in places where it is needed.

I'm not too old, not too far from the age of 17. I just know we managed that, without prior preparation or with shit equipment and weight the whole way just because we all are climbing a cliff, crawl for forgiveness or to extend the runway that 5 miles away there was something amazing and beautiful that someone told us about it. Not saved in perks anywhere else we could. By the way, very quickly discover that Apple, for example, that someone gives you along the way, equivalent to half the Kingdom and no shower.

Bottom line, come, go, enjoy. But don't look for too much adventure, everything should be done in the right measure. Need to rest, eat well and basic discipline. And when you get to Eilat.

Hope I don't sound like a party crasher

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#6 Posted : Tuesday, July 8, 2008 5:24:28 AM(UTC)
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I can tell that started the Northern trail and the first day was kind of ran (relatively easy day compared to later) and it cost me the first night that I threw up the soul and returned home.

But I decided I went a week later returned to Tel Hai and went on from there to Jerusalem (perk I also end up sometime also the southern part)

Good luck and a great trip!

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#7 Posted : Tuesday, July 8, 2008 7:51:21 PM(UTC)
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We all fit most 17-year-olds, we don't mean horses but still get along well in a relatively long and the load.

I guess we have to do what we can from the trail. And return after the military in a few years to redo the way and finish the remaining half.

I found a site that shows the path is divided into sections, so I figured that's about macepon to Jerusalem around 400 420. Friday how long did this way

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#8 Posted : Friday, July 11, 2008 2:30:38 AM(UTC)
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Hello dawn

17 days (according to the book of Bill 42 fragments) pretty quick pace walk about 16 miles a day.

1. Nimrod Plexus (away started)-Tel Hai

2. Tel Hai-koah

3. koah. guarantee (within dishon, beneath the Baram, in Charter section 2 point 4)

4. guarantee the eye checks (Nahal Amud top-pt 2 6 section with Bill) just watch out for Park authorities.

5. checks on finished organizing his "

6. "stand"-Jordan (long but beautiful day)

7. Jordan-Gazit junction

8.-the Ashlar lead junction

9-node launch.

10. launching-junction Beit Oren

11. the Beit Oren-eye contact (point 5 section 15 in Declaration)

12. ein Tzur-Hadera forest

13. Hadera forest – shefayim

14.-shfaim, Yarkon Park

15. the Yarkon Park – expects informants

16. expects informants parking Burma Road (PT 1 23 trip at Declaration)

17. ein chandc Burma Road (near Hadassah Ein Kerem, the point closest to Jerusalem) today has been the Jerusalem that could connect him to the direction of the city.

Recommended for hot days begin very early, right at first light go about 4 hours (9-10) to rest in the shade until 4 in the afternoon and go until the last light (8:00)

Nice trip!

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#9 Posted : Friday, July 11, 2008 7:06:29 PM(UTC)
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Wow!

I'm leaving tomorrow, a motivation, not do it like this ... There are 9 year old with us but when you see what you did seem to get along with our program. Up to 8 days on the Jordanian 6 includes a section of Dan Nimrod Plexus you did and we're not done.

May I ask how much weight carried on your back?

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