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mizrav  
#1 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 3:17:35 PM(UTC)
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Hello

I soon 17 and I plan to go to Israel from North to South in the next year alone.
I'm a serious dilemma in which time I should start. A lot more comfortable out in September, but I don't know how big a failure not to get in the spring.
The Miss of the season, blooming caveat. Some significant difference and if this larger drafts out precisely for the autumn test.
It's important for me to emphasize that merges the warm air that wipe me if I went out in the spring, I don't fear at all, I have no problem of fitness or coping with the heat of the South.

I'd like someone who can answer for me, hopefully it will help me to make a decision.

Thanks in advance,
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#2 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 4:17:09 PM(UTC)
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Do you want to do all that for?

If you start in the spring from North to South you reach the South in high heat, but if you start in March-April, if you start in the spring from South to North will miss all the green ...

September hot for whatever and no green. Think about March.

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#3 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 4:19:01 PM(UTC)
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As for the South if you are coping with difficult. What about fitness? And gear
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#4 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 4:23:52 PM(UTC)
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Hello fellow

There are some problems with what you have uploaded

16 like you can't go on a journey of 1000 miles feet without water, food and a place to sleep.
The 16-year-old also developed and mature for their age and physical fitness. Have you ever been out alone on a journey of three days? Only ever steered? Do you know how to get food and water? Do you have the financial means to buy groceries (at least $ 2500 per month)? Do you have proper equipment for such a journey for Israel?
Exit a long journey is not comparable to anything I knew or knew in the past. I have all of these, but allow me to doubt the ability of 16 and 10 for dealing with emotional difficulties. Even if he's physically able to walk 1,000 miles in two months.

You want to go?
Amit, you may legally, I'm not sure if anyone is allowed to vote you in contrast to reviews. But even if you don't have a valid issue-16-year-olds don't need to wander without food and drinking water in the mountains, desert or anywhere on the Israel trail.

If the interest for burning in your bones, get your parents permission to join one of the groups that makes up for parts.

Soon begins year of studies, spend it (and maybe spend more than one year and forbid) a romantic whim, and we may be.

Israel National Trail will have after the army.



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#5 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 8:24:27 PM(UTC)
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Not agree with the principle, even if correct, nthei points.

I know many who were able to do that at the age of 17 in terms of ability, fitness orientation etc. You may have a population where the terrain becomes familiar and a friend after the army and it is legitimate, but there are many that grow on it from a young age (like maybe your son, if I'm not mistaken).

Actually its a colleague to teach that is irresponsible. If out alone at this age? This may need checking, but not that night.

Amit, good luck! Walk while you still have time!

I, incidentally, 23.

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#6 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 10:49:40 PM(UTC)
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A. the ideal time is at the end of February. The weather is as comfortable as possible [hot South and rain], and see a lot of green from Arad to the North [if not the record.]. The only drawback is that starting from the South and that's hard. Besides, I think it's time for the port.

B. nthei: there's a lot in what you say. But like I said, if that moish bloke who makes serious preparation. Probably not a good idea to most people but, to such mature enough and serious and experienced. At worst, it breaks and stops in the middle. It's not the end of the world travel

And more used: 2500 more than enough current to all expenses for [not including the purchase of equipment].

C. to a colleague: read carefully and refer to nthei's questions. As for heat in the South: in my opinion it is not normal to travel this summer [may on +] in the South. It's just abnormally hot and hardest routes for the heaviest case for [more water and food for a few days], it's a celebration.

But even those traveling, and says it needs special preparation and a special experience. I think you kind of underestimated this consideration.

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#7 Posted : Thursday, July 29, 2010 11:48:16 PM(UTC)
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Not really determines age here as long as the guy prepares. Met last September in a hole before the Army went the path alone. So it is certainly possible.

If you are serious and ready and willing to handle the time alone on the road then go for it. The best time to start is at the end of February and early March.

Everything else needs a shed. I.e. prepare yourself as best possible. If you see a few days later in a way it doesn't go by the planning, and you

Cut to the nearest road and after a few hours.

Incidentally budget: If you were my son, you'd get the budget to add travel tip on the initiative. It beats a trip abroad you do before an army.

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#8 Posted : Friday, July 30, 2010 2:34:04 AM(UTC)
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Hi Amit

I joined the opinions of my predecessors (probably the first time I think alike and yankel) optimal exit date mid/late February. In addition to the rash I add my judgment to be used mostly in the back and shine your scenery and consideration on water flows in streams that are supposed to be at their peak on the site so there is a possibility for drinking water (after purification of course) (SOAP so as not to harm life on the backs). I think the combination of the water with the Green edge and the rash is significant and worth certainly postpone the departure path. In fact, I 'd go out in the fall, but only if I had no other option.

I highly recommend to exploit September emerging as free you for a trip of 5 days to test the equipment and yourself and making improvements that you can do.

Regardless of your age, leave alone seems to me essential to communicate with them with someone who knows the path and can track you break a leg, in oedipoda in the middle of the week to eat a whole lot of shit.

Have fun

Assaf

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#9 Posted : Friday, July 30, 2010 8:21:18 AM(UTC)
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Maybe I should qualify that: even though I travel a lot, you may want to go with a partner, at least. It's more safe.
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#10 Posted : Friday, July 30, 2010 3:03:06 PM(UTC)
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From and writing:

"Amit, good luck! Walk while you still have time! "

Maybe because he got engaged yesterday. Luck.

Is it not the end have to be pessimistic. Together we ...

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#11 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 12:13:30 AM(UTC)
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First of all, thank you everyone for your responses. Kbilati I decided to wait and get around February to March.

About whether I really prepared enough and the respective capabilities and fitness to do. Yes, I travel a lot, alone and with friends. I know how to navigate in the field, I know myself and I know how much I can carry and what my limit. Equipment-there is my big brothers. Most planned trips out to them I know how to deal with water and food.

Thanks for the concern, it doesn't exist. I know what I'm going to go and I know this is quite a journey, and this is exactly what I was looking for. I just finished school and I'm looking for such a long adventure.
About my parents ' minds: basically they are willing it, my mom is a little worried, but she's still my mom.

Per-port enabled you, thank you!
I must ask a few more questions later about the things I can't close them.

Amit
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#12 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 12:36:42 AM(UTC)
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Oh and I forgot,
The path I prefer to do only to adventure. Anyway, my friends thought to get them to be in prep.
I'm considering this but is there any way to take my dog for a walk as a partner in the northern section of the trail.

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#13 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 4:24:10 PM(UTC)
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#14 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 8:24:33 PM(UTC)
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A dog-not recommended for anything as no animals for nature reserves and certainly not to sleep with them, no trained dog for walks and you will damage to the feet, not accustomed to the effort every day, you'll need to carry food and especially water.

Read the forum about dogs, there's no shortage of information.

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#15 Posted : Saturday, July 31, 2010 9:51:52 PM(UTC)
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Thanks, I'll look.

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#16 Posted : Sunday, August 1, 2010 2:50:19 AM(UTC)
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A lot of you soul.

Do you get hurt and have fun and finish! And ditch images after ...

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#17 Posted : Tuesday, August 3, 2010 4:34:35 AM(UTC)
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Fun to read that discussion, good luck.

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#18 Posted : Monday, August 9, 2010 12:14:47 PM(UTC)
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I feel a bit like Poland, although the Polish and I'm not old.
It worries me to think out except for
Age 17 is pretty complicated, and always feeling of all can you grow can navigate and in top shape

But Israel trail at all unlike anything you've ever done in my life, or I've done in my life, is an ongoing effort, and even more than that of dealing

I'm sure a guy 17 can handle it, but not only, in fact I think that it's better to go for sweeping not only, so that those who take care of you, who to use and difficult to laugh when shchif, and you can always split up to go the days except for the experience but at the end of the day, you have to know people.

I suggest you think about to find a group that you can join so that you can walk alone for some time.
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