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#1 Posted : Sunday, September 14, 2008 4:27:27 PM(UTC)
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Hello

Me and my friend are planning to go to the northern part of Israel the day after new year's Eve (30/9) and start before the track himself, blessing of the Hermon.

No. doubts we have:

1. is the blessing of Kibbutz Dan is a reasonable first day trip (Assuming we arrive and start to go will be late morning)

2. We plan to reach the village press and finished the day before Yom Kippur (7.10) i.e. inhaled 8 days each. Does that designing? We can both go and lazy, but it's been a few months since the last good walking long tracks with full equipment.

3. assuming the time plan makes sense or not, if you can recommend a walking controversy. I looked at a lot of recommendations for these divisions, but on the surface it looks like a very balanced division days of 20 km or more, days 10-12 km, so I wonder if anyone can recommend a more balanced division.

Thanks in advance

Haggai

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#2 Posted : Sunday, September 14, 2008 5:06:14 PM(UTC)
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8 days looks fine to me,

1-Dan.

2. ein roim

3. fertilizers

4. Myron

5-potters

6. Arbel

7. Degania

8 Kfar Kish

Fundamental Division.

Let's what others say.

Non-balanced division resulting from the selection and half days, just breaks without reason and more here and here.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, September 14, 2008 7:58:28 PM(UTC)
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I would contact a day or two. I don't think you can get off the berekhat RAM Dan for one day if you start in the middle of the day.

It is better to sleep on the first night before track Nimrod there hostel.

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#4 Posted : Monday, September 15, 2008 2:48:18 AM(UTC)
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Definitely worthwhile to get to the trailhead in the morning (to sleep around – Nimrod, ative or blessing from space area)

I started at Nimrod way Plexus Banias and finished the first day at Tel Hai, so welcoming of Dan is doable.

8 days possible.

1 Dan

2. Tel/ein roim

3. dishon/yiron/Thunder

4. Myron

5. "finished organizing his/hokuk

6. Arbel, Tiberias

7. Israel/Kinneret Jordan, or even to rise toward Fort Worth and skip the increase to mitzpe Eilot

8. village press

If you want to go to school until Yom Kippur you rely on public transportation, should the last day, that the night of Yom Kippur ends at noon.

Happy new year and happy trails

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#5 Posted : Monday, September 15, 2008 2:57:43 AM(UTC)
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I have another day (eye-Sheepdogs power fortress then dishon stream.)

So if you still want this to do in 8 days you have to squeeze a bit more so the days to see like this.

1 Dan, 2 shepherds, Tel Hai, eye 3 koah, 4 dishon, Baram/yiron, 5, 6 page/hokuk or pull up to seven Jordanian Tower (intubate, but possible), Kfar Kish (long day) if there is a possibility for another day or end in Jordan seems better, but if you have the ability.

Good luck

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