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#1 Posted : Sunday, April 26, 2009 6:04:26 PM(UTC)

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I am a student and want to make the path to freedom before the holidays, because it's the only time I have.

I wanted to ask if it's really not a good idea in terms of weather (hot in summer) or is this likely?

I'd love to hear comments from people who have already done it.


#2 Posted : Sunday, April 26, 2009 8:05:30 PM(UTC)

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You're not the first to issue concerns her.

Yes it's hot.

Yes, it's summer summer taxonomy.

It's not impossible, it's more difficult than in spring/autumn.

The northern part can be done with the addition of water, but I wouldn't even go to the wilderness area this season.

With good planning and available water sources along the way (in the northern part it is easier, of course) I don't see any problem.

If you want to have fun too, so of course it's best to go during spring or autumn-standard.

#3 Posted : Tuesday, April 28, 2009 1:25:17 AM(UTC)

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It's too general. Spring, autumn ...
I was released on 1 August and began studying in October.
I think it's very possible to walk the path from.
That FS. North (likely) and when I get to this September and forensics decreases.
I could use more references.
1. fun, fun versus the desire to do the path Israel at all costs.
2. is it cold enough for September (fall) or still?
3. tips for holidays in between? (Or finish before)
4. maybe a trip abroad and to wait for another time (worst option for my taste)Temani39930.9348842593
#4 Posted : Tuesday, April 28, 2009 1:31:26 AM(UTC)

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Hi, Ma'ayan

As Sue-Cheryl noted she's not summer season that recommended for Not only have less time to travel a day in terms of hours because of the Sun, you also have to contend with heat, in addition to all the other things that come with such a trip.

Despite all the above, I did Israel trail last summer (from May to July 2008) and survived. Yes, it wasn't smart, but I don't have any remorse for the Act. If at the end you decide you're going to do summer time wisely and be sure to carry enough water each day, rest during the hottest under a hatmagn shade from the Sun in General. Also, start from the desert. We shouldn't get there really in high summer. It is better to go in the desert in May than in July.


Don't feel obligated to do everything at once. If you decide to do only the northern part and enter the desert, you suffer.

#5 Posted : Tuesday, April 28, 2009 2:27:29 AM(UTC)

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Hot hot hot, early September last year was the season you want roughly speaking: in August, not much fun. Not much fun at all. As I haven't seen anyone Trail Angel from mid-June until the holidays. Blank, blank was for.

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