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#1 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:01:03 PM(UTC)
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Three hours, of which more than half an hour with Ben Dvir. Well done to Ben ' Guide is intended, I think, to hear practical advice about the path.

The new presentation was introduced for the first time, nice but very concise and brief time it is unlikely indeed.

I was able to put almost an hour of what I know, the equipment, preparation, medical problems, how and more. I make Word or Acrobat document, which will be open to everyone for comments and additions, all moved. Soon the subjects he chooses and I talked real outline and had lots of questions.

I was disappointed to see that whoever stands already within one to three weeks to go and nothing to advise him about physical preparation or equipment.

Big-leaving no train and gear holders, period. Too bad.

I understand that the majority for not even coming to the briefing, don't come to the forums and leave unprepared. Conclusion – public relations.

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#2 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 3:28:52 PM(UTC)
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I agree the heat don't come to this forum or enter the briefing. I meet them in the South and immediately see them in, but not as smart as they experience learning in the field. Belenky and a friend. Happy new year, Yossi.

Those who come to long for briefs to purchase the maps on NIS 700 + entry fees.

Year available

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#3 Posted : Monday, September 29, 2008 6:47:03 PM(UTC)
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I was at a briefing in early July and, except for a special meeting with Ben Dvir other briefing was boring and presentations/video were quite outdated and much history on the trails at all important information for hikers on the trail was fast and incomplete. Therefore already said hatidroch intended to soothe stressful, so it seems.

Sounds very fresh and serious to have someone who comes in and off-road journeys and experience than someone responsible on the trails, although he knows well the path but rather has experience in walking with equipment and etiquette in the traveler and responsible (and much respect to him!!!) that carry color brush and most of the track done with Jeep. Some point to a defect.

I think all who receive the passport for (according to new preliminary concept) are required to pass step and then receive your passport and the first stamp. And atadrkim are serious as Ma told and hope to get more than an hour.

Yankele: I can testify that if there were serious as the information briefings and received help in the Forum likely would begin the path now and as I started at the end of August.

"Wise man" experience so we met and talked a few fathers and hiked the path with children and we are at the beginning of the establishment of the body/Association that aims is to help ensure that the path to family trips. The intention is not to them but to the JNF and my brother like this who want to travel for a week or two and do the trail in sequence or in large sections. (3-5 parts) like I said, we who experience and know the needs of trip with small children. And we want to get the help information available.

Anyway I'm glad I was exposed to and expensive forum that remind me always with special and we have a great country.

Happy new year to yankele adekunle and all other members of the Forum.

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#4 Posted : Tuesday, September 30, 2008 3:04:41 PM(UTC)
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I think really the most important thing is to pass the minimum equipment needed on the path, and to emphasize to people that anything can pass. It's all a game of front of weight but the weight is much more important, and ultimately contributes to the comfort of the back and legs.

Ultimately, I think that most people don't want to hear it, and carried what they want and keep saying "I am not carrying anything" and walk the path with 15-20 pounds on your back like that is the only way. They have successfully.

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#5 Posted : Tuesday, September 30, 2008 4:09:40 PM(UTC)
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The problem is that many bilists "discover" the problem of weight after leaving the field. Not always known to have such identity.

Amterki: how's it going with the GPS?

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#6 Posted : Wednesday, October 1, 2008 1:49:32 PM(UTC)
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Three points:

1. Israel trail is really not a difficult track (the North is even easier.) No need to go overboard with the approach and the multiple concerns.

2. who travels once or twice in his life, know that there is a serious factor in the lmshcl enjoy the trip and prepare accordingly.

3. who does not explore his life and plans to go to Israel, I think it's a bit much. Cow-Cow. Don't jump over the head, worn with short trips and then try the for-I don't see any problem with having travellers who do not finish the trail due to poor preparation. I even encourage this important evolutionary process, of the Israeli culture.
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#7 Posted : Thursday, October 2, 2008 12:36:06 AM(UTC)
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To Nimrod

The trail is not difficult for a trained us.

Aaya has the fall because the path is not a path that few days before iomas in tour culture style. This is a first for mental, social, etc. Our goal is that people preparing to do it all came ready and will be disappointed on the first few days.

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#8 Posted : Thursday, October 2, 2008 2:25:00 AM(UTC)
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In terms of difficulty, my intention was to logistics and dangers.

The goal is clear, and I'm totally with you on this one. What you wrote is not contradict the point I mentioned.

I think a little extreme with concern. They say we are intelligent.

BTW, I have a problem when people feel left out of the first few days, not everyone has the benefit for Israel. If the reason they fail is due to poor preparation, preparing better next time and again. However, I don't believe that hike some export life so not ready so you will have to stop for.
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#9 Posted : Thursday, October 2, 2008 12:36:15 PM(UTC)
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This is not a concern because we have information from our duty to bring it to the attention of those who have it. We set ourselves a goal to help those who are going ....

Nothing to do with intelligence.

The average shbilist is not even bothering to enter the sites, does not bother to ask questions when asking questions is not listening to advice.

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#10 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 1:17:54 AM(UTC)
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In recent months, several people approached me with feedback on the introduction to Israel and the coordinates, and apparently those who do. On their percentage I.


My quest after I finish preparing the number (currently already made all sections from Tiberias to the freedom and recorded, although some are waiting to type; I hope to graduate in spring everything) is to expand it-not only for, but also the Golan, and side trips to do it. Obviously sites would be a good idea to get Dan's Guide also for the Appalachia-a book that references the way sections.
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#11 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 1:18:58 AM(UTC)
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Belenky, age of children-what do you mean?
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#12 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 6:13:43 AM(UTC)
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I think you can walk the path together with children, after proper preparation and physical abuse from the age of 10 to the age at which children stop walking and start to walk away. Around 16-17.

As larger children easier, but children who commands (bar) the story is getting more complicated and requires logistical assistance much more. And here in the topic I'm going to build some sort of help and guidance.

I go back to after the Yom Kippur war for two weeks. I intend to explore where we stopped, isfiya, and Arad area, although received recommendations to do now, the desert easier to complete the portion between Carmel to Arad in comfort.

What is your opinion? What should I do?

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#13 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 2:07:19 PM(UTC)
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The desert: assuming likely weer (roughly speaking: no) I'd do either Arad Eilat (about 3 weeks) now. But October is roughly speaking: exemption, and November when f.  The desert during the late winter early spring, perhaps a little chilly at night, but this season the better. I think your choice is correct. And now you hear other opinions too, of course. ...

About travellers fall: what I'm impressed with the problem is as easy as one might think than Ma wrote. Indeed some don't read enough, and some readers don't always listen to advice, but generally impressed with people who I meet in my area they go with good, reasonable weight, ready with several road maps etc.

It is rare to hear about travelers who fall, and it has expressed in the Forum failed to recall (I hardly with ... 320K). Could be the reason that Ma "worried" she is about 10 days, Madden and the northern part is easy also to those not trained and therefore are "sloppy preparations. Until South (Abadi, blade) they learn about food weight should be minimal.

Those who are beginners arrive in perfect condition after the desert. I always bilists ready better than Northern boys. ...

Yesterday I saw a string House is 400 meters from the path , see the balconies visitors. But he's not doing anything. Look, maybe.

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