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Yanaks  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 9, 2010 9:49:54 AM(UTC)
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Good morning
We plan to perform a full moon hike.
Plan to begin around Beit Shemesh, and Jerusalem in the morning (no large bags, flashlights, water and snacks)
I did the track day, how about tonight?
Avoid routes that they weren't wide walkways?
What in terms of danger from humans at night in the Hall of Jerusalem?
Thank you.
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 9, 2010 12:32:40 PM(UTC)
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I got time to do a segment in the Israel National Trail (INT) (Myanmar-East parking lot)
In light of the full moon, at the trailhead of Barking Dog owners, after 3 miles met thieves (around the settlement Beit Meir) avoided confrontation did, and came to the rear parking lot.

I avoid not wide trails (due to danger of falling or loss of way)

The only danger is: cousins who are engaged in trading in iron or any type of trade which is in the middle of the night.
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#3 Posted : Friday, June 11, 2010 4:46:46 PM(UTC)
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When all night is a dangerous thing.

Go for uncertain, dangerous.

Go for dangerous, incomprehensible and dangerous at night, much to some.

In short – can be an interesting experience and only know the route. If it's been a long time since I did the track – repeat.

If you go a couple together, it obviously beats or even in pairs. Of course, measures to help alert, and someone who knows when, where and how did you track.

As did dozens of navigation routes on foot and by car, I don't know, but enjoy the fun of taking measures.

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#4 Posted : Saturday, June 12, 2010 3:05:58 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Yanaks] good morning
We plan to perform a full moon hike.
Plan to begin around Beit Shemesh, and Jerusalem in the morning (no large bags, flashlights, water and snacks)
I did the track day, how about tonight?
Avoid routes that they weren't wide walkways?
What in terms of danger from humans at night in the Hall of Jerusalem?
Thank you.

The question introduced in several forums and got some answers.

Are you hitting the road during afternoon or at nightfall?
Sakra, sale every rock and plunge Jerusalem reminds that if start will be a problem through several nature reserves like a river and landed plane forbidden cave walking during darkness.
It also provides a solution for the problem here:

Http://www.agenda.co.il/123/forum/500612/

In one of the forums where it is a rare concentration of experienced travelers and shopkeepers, guides some answers from several lengths by master cannons between them:

Http://www.tapuz.co.il/Forums2008/ViewMsg.aspx?ForumId=683&MessageId=142311598&r=1


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Yanaks  
#5 Posted : Saturday, June 12, 2010 8:50:37 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the links, read nthei ... I will answer a few questions as asked in those forums.
Nothing close to me this afternoon is also a good option, so that we can pass through Nahal sorek, even. Or as guysoffer said through Holy forest, scrolls.
Why make the trip? That hot afternoon, and something interesting and original to do once, especially reaching Jerusalem at dawn. We want prior tour of July ה"פגרה August.
We have a lot of experience, we are in great shape and made many treks in the desert and, hopefully soon, Israel National Trail. In terms of physical difficulty so we're not afraid. We go three or four people, take plenty of water, I think we won't have them.
I also realized that the safe is wide walkways so that sticks.
About reserves, why the prohibited in the dark for? We're not sleeping there.
More scary than cousins sons of the terrain themselves.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, June 13, 2010 11:29:43 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Yanaks] I realize that the road is safe, so that paths to them.
About reserves, why the prohibited in the dark for? We're not sleeping there.
More scary than cousins sons of the terrain themselves.

There is a prohibition in the law on traffic and the dark area reserves (except campgrounds or approval). The main reason is maintaining a minimum level of wildlife in the proper field. In other words: animals are having active night life, and they don't have people on their heads — literally. Not matter if you are walking on foot or in jeeps.

About cousins – there are two active centers in the area of the jungle at night: Meyer and Kobe region-introduction more there took place before some random assault and theft. Change its Shepherd eye Limon (local, and some sort of cult for veterans) but in relation to the thieves from the trusted plesinit can he women. as stated, the remaining safe areas.

I think it's worth you start pm so don't miss this one hot area reserves

Good luck!

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#7 Posted : Sunday, June 13, 2010 11:30:48 PM(UTC)
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Way more experienced and senior travelers broke, legs and other body parts in the pits and other evidence than by cousins.

I got to meet a Navigator even fell asleep on railroad tracks. Unfortunately, it ended with a broken head.

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