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#1 Posted : Monday, February 6, 2012 6:03:00 PM(UTC)

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How the route and frequency of markup?

How do you recommend me as one who is experiencing for the first time in the Israel National Trail (INT) to start traveling?

Jeep GPS or maps, gaining confidence?

About Tel Dan and start South as far as going in two weeks no pressure.

Would love to have someone point me to the beginning. The main difficulty I worried him that breaking the path.

How to bring in food for the first few days or days of emergency, if I go to target.

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#2 Posted : Monday, February 6, 2012 6:30:45 PM(UTC)

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The markup. You're not the first and not the last one goes there and definitely meet other travelers.

Found with maps. Topographic maps of topographic maps or attached to the relevant school.

You don't need GPS.

Take food for three days and be sure to bring along the way.
Anyway you must go/stop settlements in order to fill water, just buy what you need at the grocery store.

Although it is not a question, it is important to specify to take enough water.
6 litre keep you well also in the longest day, but if you have fill points, you may prefer to take less (I always take 6 and prefer to be safe and to finish the day with the excess water from which to hang).
Anyway to go with less than 3 liters is considered dangerous. Arik 40945.6478819444
#3 Posted : Monday, February 6, 2012 6:36:31 PM(UTC)

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Most markings provide but there are more problematic.

Should also remember that most Israel "trail rides on other routes and therefore many times for marking will be long intervals between red/white check, green/white, blue/white, etc.

We are a group going with "the Red Book" also includes a story through and maps 1:50 000 (and warnings about where the problem) and in addition we have two guys who downloaded to the Smartphone and app oikillok trail marked her.


Still, we were able to "screw" easy three times. Once in the village of Ahmad once shpispsano the Carmel River and again Carmel lap as the haoron mountain shpispsano.

In these cases it is very simple. If you haven't seen the Israel trail more than a mile that you're off course. Repeat tracks to where you see the path and look for the next check apparently missed.

Anyway I think the excessive concern that North (and the Center) is very hard to go really lost and every few miles you cross highway or passing near the settlement. It's not and you have nothing to fear. The wipe I wouldn't recommend you go alone and not just because interest markup.

#4 Posted : Monday, February 6, 2012 11:25:54 PM(UTC)

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Buy the maps to go or the Red Book, how about equipment? Tzlude Forum Conference and read the recommended list for. Read about the angels, called the Forum here what people write on for when you want to exit? What about Cher? What about for partners?

If you learn to follow the codes not mistake. The trail is pretty clear and the chance for error.

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