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ronenkk  
#1 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 2:13:48 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

I wanted to ask your reasons to track between 2-3 days of Sukkot holiday coming.

Thanks in advance,

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LiorEl  
#2 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 5:37:31 AM(UTC)
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On Israel?
In the field?
Preferred area?
How old is the child? How fit?

Happy new year!
ronenkk  
#3 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 9:28:08 PM(UTC)
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Interested in Israel as part of accommodation in a privileged area on the North the son 12 and both in good shape.

Happy new year to you too!
LiorEl  
#4 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 10:14:20 PM(UTC)
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As ever here:
Http://www.hike.co.il/forum_posts.asp?TID=6503&PN=1

A very nice course
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#5 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2010 10:24:58 PM(UTC)
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Congratulations on the initiative

Two of the participants in this forum have done or are doing the path with their children. Mark walked the path with wonderful character when your son's age, and I'm going with my baby is old age.

Great experience for parent and child. Something different from what we know, and that leaves his mark on you for long.

And to the point-I recommend the sections of the trail, we Dan. If you are in good shape to fertilizers or iron. This is no hard parts (except those short non-exceptions like Naftali), giving "more". Another important advantage – they are comfortable in terms of logistics and lodging. And educationally, you'll have the opportunity to talk with your child about things related to the history and background of Israeli identity places as the roaring lion and power.

Another advantage-you don't have to carry all the gear on their backs. Keep your tent and car shkshim (assuming you have) and culminating course planned to reserve a cab ride and brought to a stop (we nohagis). Less load on your back means more miles to go. Another option is to go with everything on their backs (mark probably extending logistical matters).

I suggest you buy soon in the Israel National Trail (INT) Guide (I: number of sa'ar and Henkin with maps) and browse it.

Good luck!

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#6 Posted : Saturday, September 11, 2010 4:57:29 PM(UTC)
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Okay, so because homltzati for consultation on the subject, remains in the hands of a few, but to give advice.

Most important is to decide what is the area in which you're traveling. This of course relates to the place of your residence and you are ready to try to get away.

Another issue is the level of challenge in which you are interested.

Indeed, the first section is an interesting thing. In three days you can easily get to Fertigation (we got Miron).

But I think the most interesting thing is Highway 85 fertilization. It has a pleasant walk, challenging Elk River to mount Meron (can sleep in Meron field school or nearby parking), decreased to Nahal Amud and it-ladders, railings, pieces (hope there's something left after the summer). At the second night can be, or is Yaron (near Meron eye) or stream sahoi ponds (gotta go some 800 feet East, toward Safed to sleep in). This can be done by road 85, or further South to a tower. We did it in three days of Pesach, so that sunlight hours and weather may be similar (fertilization to Tower Bridge).

About-loads a 12-year-old could possibly go with a certain weight, especially if it is in good shape. Mainly water, then quickly receding water and weight.

The transportation issue could be tricky — both places would not leave car. This must worry about a taxi/shuttle/connector.

ronenkk  
#7 Posted : Sunday, September 12, 2010 11:40:31 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

Thanks for the quick and considering.

Just let you know that last Saturday went first thing Ussishkin to Kfar giladi (roaring lion). Very helpful and appetite.

Read everything you wrote here and try to assemble three days traveling in the North of the country.

I have the right to ask additional questions if necessary.

Ronen

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