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#1 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 3:59:26 AM(UTC)
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On Saturday begin the path with my son, Tomer, enters in his bar mitzvah.

We shall continuously and go to Medan. Approximately 53 days with a break of two days on new year's Eve and the next day the landfills. Yom Kippur rest day that I'm not sure yet where it will be. (Mitzpe Ramon-Smith).

Certain parts of the journey we will do them "upside down" means you go from South to North to catch the drop rather than suffer it, such as Kfar Kish today and according to Jordanian way going from North to South where it's not easy to say the least from the sea of Galilee to Kfar Kish, in the above-mentioned day is divided into two and in addition have to worry a lot of water because the route is one of the most difficult passages in the North without PT water way.

The first weekend to join us on a journey Tomar's friends, classmates, and family and friends, the day becomes a family tour so we turned to a few days, these weekends have days with little difficulty such as this weekend's third and fourth ones will be in Carmel towards ein HoD, and instead of going from Neve Shalom to tsuba we get tsuba towards Neve Shalom, anyway we do all for The direction does not change us, to do and to try and enjoy as much as possible from each other and together the trail.

I'm not going to carry much weight when you otherwise, so the northern and central to Arad we travel without sunscreen (mattress, a hotplate, a pot, ...), when each day pick us up (family, friends, and acquaintances) end point and the next morning do us down the track.

In the South it has been another story logistics intend to reach with car and find a safe parking the car in which towns and kibbutzim or moshavim get recommendations from acquaintances and friends (Yes! I know that large parts of the South, although there is no need for a passport, it is a completely different country and you want to park your car in a secure location). In the South a try as much as possible to reduce the walking days where I have to carry a backpack and look for a way to get a car at the end or receive jumped early in the day. If all else fails then we hike with all the weight on my back since my 12-year-old will have to carry with me a little bit more and of course also to atmanot.

A large portion of South please call quite close, others not yet close to me have to worry about before I get to the area. I could use some help.

Word file attachment of journey planning, planning is done with the help of Odie Milo walking with daughter converted 12-year-old who finished all day at 51 for three years ago (a young girl who walked the whole trail in sequence), and also recieve help and (from light for Israel, http://orbi.co.il/ahome/) also marched together down the path.

I would like to receive tips and recommendations from each

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#2 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 4:31:40 AM(UTC)
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Good luck.

If there is a water problem from Netanya to Herzliya rang me beforehand and would love to give you water ashore.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 4:38:05 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = blanky]

In the South it has been another story logistics intend to reach with car and find a safe parking the car in which towns and kibbutzim or moshavim get recommendations from acquaintances and friends (Yes! I know that large parts of the South, although there is no need for a passport, it is a completely different country and you want to park your car in a secure location). In the South a try as much as possible to reduce the walking days where I have to carry a backpack and look for a way to get a car at the end or receive jumped early in the day. If all else fails then we hike with all the weight on my back since my 12-year-old will have to carry with me a little bit more and of course also to atmanot.

About tips & tips more interesting company here from me and I am sure they will help you. But about the South, I suggest that you complete the entire program before. You want to leave your car in a safe place and I definitely agree, you want to keep him seated. Look again at the map and count how many you see near the settlements for Arad to Eilat, excluding the days on the Prairie.

I will save you 3 (Sede Boqer, mitzpe Ramon, shizafon) + a few kibbutzim on the Prairie near Eilat.

You talk about the segment is worth almost along the footpath.

I don't think it's possible, but you may run into serious difficulties given the conditions set. If you decide to go with the weight problem first point (beak) you may find yourself and baby son in a situation that I suggest you don't allow yourself to get to him.

Looking back to the logistics sections or get used to carry some weight before sections of the South and prepare for another 2-3 kg of water per day to the same problematic segments (assuming you shovel).

Anyway, good luck and judgment!

Jonathan

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#4 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 4:39:32 AM(UTC)
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Hey Noam

Still I record your generous offer, I need to stay in the area tells you soon, I am pretty neat (my in-laws be angry if I reach Tel Aviv area and had her!).

Anyway when I get to your call and maybe take a coffee break!

Thank you

Yossi

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#5 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 4:44:05 AM(UTC)
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To get involved with your mother-in-law is worse than no lhatka.
Anyway best of luck to you and Tomer
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#6 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 5:00:43 AM(UTC)
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I passed on your planning in Durham and I want to emphasize more in depth what I wrote earlier:

It appears that you did a thorough planning and serious, but according to the table at least, didn't give an answer to the hardest for and all.

You have to plan exactly what you do ה"קשים days" where you sleep and relies on carrying capacity. In any case don't begin like a river segment when it violated the first son carrying a heavy bag! You're getting yourself into trouble.

About your ability to handle your vehicle without external help-much more complex than you think.

Some of the points you build them (Arad, Oron, etc) add you quite a few miles to route planning.

Ein Netafim cannot under any circumstances be considered as fill water!!!

In my opinion you need 4WD follows closely the Earl sections or start to accustom your kid (and yourself) to carry heavy already from Tel Aviv. Any other experience can get you into hole!

Hope not too iaseti.

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#7 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 5:06:24 AM(UTC)
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Indeed, taking into account the same problems you wrote some days have a boyfriend with a jeep in the area (will visit his wife and son in little house) so that it gets me off the field toward the vehicle or bring me the night pod composition (tent, food and gas burner, and of course water for the next day), other days look similar to orbital retrieval by SUV at the end of the day, I need to get answers from several friends who live in the area or friends who know people from SUV owners. If you do not manage, must find who is willing to do so.

About planning the trip was in walking that UDI Millo in the same way with ו"תפר daughter" Similarly the South with vehicle. Except for a two-day walk twice without getting into the car at the end of the day, Oron and trace Foundation saronim to Sapphire which exists in the area and came upon them by a friend or acquaintance.

There is no doubt that this is a complex logistical operation but I think in my case is worth the price hike with equipment. Of course you want to close all the information before and during ... But I was also walking with all the necessary equipment if necessary (in the car), we will also atmanot before entering the wilderness.

Anyway thanks for the advice and concern.

Yossi

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#8 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 5:15:27 AM(UTC)
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In light of your update it sounds much better.

However, I want to emphasize that even if it's one thing to have to go with the gear on the parking lot (which is incidentally a very best in my opinion) it's still a section where you can run into trouble, and one into trouble. You don't need more than that!

Again, if your child (or you) experience of walking with equipment, I insist on my recommendation not to try it for the first time in orbit like a cockscomb and oedipoda. You may find yourself stuck in the oedipoda at night, no signal and no water.

I'm certainly all for what you do and it is a special experience. All I said was we do not belittle or barely walk with the leaders, certainly it would be a combination of first time.

Well, have fun! And good luck!!!

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#9 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 8:41:23 AM(UTC)
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Hi Joe

I have a creative solution for you: I went with a friend for a late April and us went all the way to the faithful at our ass. She carried our food, water and even the guitar. Were

Here's a little video for you to get the idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byAC9FYXYp0

Think about it.

Anyway in Arad, you're welcome to stay with me my email is benshif@gmail.com

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#10 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 2:31:40 PM(UTC)
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How horsepower has to fuck?

Very original idea, I've seen the clip your very creative!

Aathon don't seem to be able to get into the bug of my car, and my hosts won't like the idea to bring them to a. ..

Thanks for the invite to hospitality! I wrote, and though about regarding accommodation for you

Thank you

Yossi

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#11 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 3:29:14 PM(UTC)
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What about the prohibition to include nature reserves?

Played stepping on dog shit but you step on its droppings mare's weight is offered and you perfumes for at least two days.

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#12 Posted : Sunday, August 17, 2008 7:10:50 PM(UTC)
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I noticed on machdra/day to 20-25 compared to 15-20. On it likely will take into account the cumulative fatigue. No rest day once a week. It is highly recommended and important. If you have days in the Negev without logistical solution send me a private message and I will give you phone numbers of people to help you, there are those from Arad to Eilat.  Day 36:23 km No 19. Day 37 15 km. and have lack of about 60 km. length of the trail according to Danny and 1000 km and 940 Gaspar.  This supplement is not because weighting but surface route. Everyone should update their data.

You have two days of rest before the crest. I was planning on walking day before the crest in order to get back into shape before walking to the hardest day on the trail.  In my opinion because you don't have planning days of rest, he will change after a few days.

Have fun!!!

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#13 Posted : Saturday, August 23, 2008 2:44:33 AM(UTC)
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Good luck
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#14 Posted : Saturday, August 23, 2008 4:50:03 AM(UTC)
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Today at 9:00 a.m. depart on a journey from Dan to Eilat.

Many thanks to Dear members of the Forum who helped and support aimed at the planning stages, choosing the equipment, making the idea of journey. Likely to be available in a number of Arab Internet so come in and fill the forum about our position and we ask questions and look for tips and advice too.

Thank you to everyone.

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#15 Posted : Saturday, August 23, 2008 2:14:53 PM(UTC)
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Good luck!

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#16 Posted : Sunday, August 24, 2008 2:09:58 AM(UTC)
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Good luck! We would love to hear.
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#17 Posted : Tuesday, August 26, 2008 7:07:27 AM(UTC)
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Hello

You can use me for everything in the North from ginnosar to Kfar tavor, showers, bounces, etc.

Yishai yechieli personal space.

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#18 Posted : Tuesday, August 26, 2008 8:20:26 PM(UTC)
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Yesterday we walked from iron to the Don field until the torque curve/whatever his name is.

Tomorrow we leave very early the Amud to Highway 85 in sibvot 6:30 a.m. and finish as early as 11-12 zone so that it enters the heat load of the big lunch (until the h?uqoq)

In light of that there not going to March on Thursday to pass a rage after a weekend see what happens.

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#19 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 7:15:17 PM(UTC)
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There are people in the wake of the rash and following some warriors from North to South and vice versa, and I registered for a new tour in the wake of declines! A great idea! Why take her with you can do the reverse too, whoever reaches South down the stretch tomorrow (Kfar Kish to Jordan) whereas whoever North expect and need to worry about atmanot. So what do you think of my idea?

Where you can make the path downhill we there! Otherwise this heat and broke faster than expected. It was built after two days walking on the trail if you keep walking by it get away!!!

Today we made a section of Kfar Kish to Alexandra yardenit, jumped from kvutzat Kinneret until Kfar Kish amkapitz and that was with an SUV so it took us deeper and saved us several miles away.

The walk began at 6:30 and already were in decline so steep and smooth day moderate class but most of the day, we are exposed to the Sun and heat, as we went we felt the difference of temperature from assault to turn Valley and Jordan Valley.

After today I am convinced that it is desirable and duty to do so in the end, winter driving and lots of nature not commercialized like the marble ...

Son, Tomer, asked me, why do massive amounts of "mines" (cow poop) fresh whole rachinis mostly downhill and everywhere, questions to the Observatory and Jordan infringements not at all!! Except 4 cows we saw at the Observatory, we couldn't sit anywhere along the way, every serious tree gives shade and browse through everything just shit-covered phenomenon? Where are the cows?

At the end of the runway at "Rob Roy" we saw bilists preparing for it and want to minimize distance until turn River and encounter with the green.

They just don't know what awaits them on her.

Tomorrow do Mount Tabor!

Later Yossi

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#20 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 7:27:48 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = blanky] after today I am convinced that it is desirable and duty to do so in the end, winter driving and lots of nature not commercialized like the marble ... D
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