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#1 Posted : Sunday, October 12, 2008 10:20:44 PM(UTC)
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Hello to dignitaries!

I plan to get back on track on Wednesday, and do the usual route--i.e., kziv. Myron-SJ (and atlit-SJ).

Anyway, I wanted to know if there is an alternative to Amud fast Miron. I couldn't find anything on the map, but I'm missing.

What would you recommend if rain, or if you just want to tint (I did the SJ)?

Someone made the track How Nahal kziv? Worth considering the more southern route

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#2 Posted : Monday, October 13, 2008 12:17:21 AM(UTC)
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For "sea" you have to get to.

The central axis is undoubtedly Amud SJ + there is drops to either Tzalmon stream, but to connect to it from Miron, you must go through a inhabited Strip without markup (Rama, Karmiel area), and a lower, less Tzalmon stream, which I can attest not מ"המסלולים" worth the effort.

You can get an eye towards tzfat, where Weiss always has water and a small pool, and from there through the Woods and thought, this track definitely worth some nice rock forest, connect to the mouse and you have to keep track of.

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#3 Posted : Monday, October 13, 2008 7:11:53 PM(UTC)
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In Nahal kziv have approximately 9 miles unmarked. Then when you arrive at the crossroads continue on alkush Nahal kziv until he and mountain there for black South near Beit Jann, blue for South of the appraiser and join that near ein seter.  Tzalmon is also possible as soriel wrote, but not very exciting. If you choose to go to level through Beit Jann has about 5 km of unmarked level early Tzalmon stream. Yankale17 39734.6751851852
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#4 Posted : Monday, October 13, 2008 11:10:42 PM(UTC)
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From Mt. Meron mountain ridge will continue to praise and Kfir has one spectacular views towards the lower Galilee unfold in front rows all ridges and completions of the lower Galilee, obviously, you can see the sea.

From there the spinach with blue and green to beloved these days is a nice place to take a break, from Moshav Shefer and Nahal farod (hopefully some water after the rains of Tuesday), red with the stream until amiad Junction Road. Halafta junction a mile east of junction hananya ("seven) there are several graves from the company you love to visit there, Rabbi Eliezer Ben Jacob and the tomb of Rabbi chalafta and his sons, cross the road towards tear (maybe go see Azam Azam) reach the outskirts handkerchiefs for this passage in a lift (simply because there is nothing to see on the way) get scarves in Zalmon River Walk eastwards to the gnsor Tower and the end of the blue trail crosses SJ.

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