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bar1992  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 9, 2010 10:56:42 PM(UTC)
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So ... I graduated from high school and I want to make some for Israel.

I don't know where they dyno outside begins and where it ends, please help me with information I need to know things you should prepare in advance etc.

Please please;)

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ironisrael2007  
#2 Posted : Thursday, June 10, 2010 1:06:45 AM(UTC)
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Buy the book of Israel
The new release with topographic maps

Is there any information,

Even if you don't do the whole trail, you can use as inspiration for day courses, three daysironisrael200740338.9215625
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#3 Posted : Thursday, June 10, 2010 2:38:01 AM(UTC)
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And most importantly don't start till the holidays don't stick in the heat and a suitable date and the right equipment so you can hianot. How long do you want to exit?
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#4 Posted : Thursday, June 10, 2010 3:00:45 AM(UTC)
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Toots bar,

Trip planning starts with three basic things: the weather, how much time you have, and information on the planned route.

Before beginning, recommend you to go to the Committee's briefing to mark trails, and to understand what things meant. In addition, read material on Wikipedia and the oikishbil for various matters.

The weather: it is not recommended to start the Israel in the warmer months. Day temperatures climb to levels that are difficult to follow them. July and August are considered good months for walking, or let walk this morning and this afternoon-afternoon too hot.

The recommended time is in the fall and spring. If you go in summer, you have to start in the North because of the heat and fill options.

Israel National Trail: 940 km if you took the average real rate of 16 km per day (i.e. including rest days), that means at least 59 days, i.e. almost two months. You have the time. Or maybe all for respect, and get only pieces of it, or the only, and all other creative solution, and the rest make up next?

Information: not only on track – as mentioned יענק'לה 's book provides information not bad. but also on foot. You have experience in camping, hiking and field conditions? If not, no big deal-should learn about it, or join or affiliate/shares, that will help you to learn.

Two things you should consider:

1. Need equipment, which costs money and needs to buy food and other necessities when you're on the trail.

2. many people start and end for him, at least 20% retire to.

Therefore, we recommend to start according to your skills and knowledge and to proceed slowly and cautiously. Will help you as much as we can, but in the end who goes is you, not us.

T.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, June 10, 2010 11:29:18 AM(UTC)
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I join my predecessors said things about the planning and preparation of the path.

On Sunday the 20th of the month will camping at briefing Committee (in the old central bus station in Tel Aviv). Details on the following link:

Http://www.teva.org.il/?CategoryID=279&ArticleID=1982&Page=1

The briefing is a must especially if you went (to differentiate from within the school, or youth movement) and highly desirable for all others.

Indeed, buying the book "Israel" (red cover) by Jacob Saar is asked and vital, but before you get $ 130 you should read a bit online, bimonthly for friends and acquaintances and even read the second book on the path (of Green Charter) to figure out the size of the project it takes.

Basically, you need equipment, fitness, good preparation and road maps, but the most important feature is the character.  Maturity, persistence, organization, and ability to cope with dangers and Balthazar (and such have profusely-my word) and not run into such situations.

In principle, for there are two start/end points: the kibbutz Dan Ussishkin and Coral Beach in Eilat. If you choose to exit during Tishrei (don't you dare think about departure earlier) are more likely to have to do the trail from North to South, beginning at least physically difficult and more adapted to walking the need to build a good gym for the rest of the way.

Don't be shy to ask and interested.

And good luck!

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#6 Posted : Thursday, June 10, 2010 9:28:35 PM(UTC)
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There is also a step in the society for the protection of nature.
We recommend that inexperienced, good and original background for the path.
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