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#1 Posted : Sunday, February 19, 2012 9:44:35 PM(UTC)
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Hello my name is Adam 22

Looking for a partner in the Israel National Trail (INT) in March from North to South, probably a month.

In addition, I have a few questions.

About the equipment I'm pretty close, and I checked the equipment and know what it takes

I have two questions.

Should planning day where to sleep on the ground or you can check the provider and decide at the end of the day?

In addition where you can get quality topographic maps?

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#2 Posted : Monday, February 20, 2012 2:53:00 AM(UTC)
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The first question: it depends. Reserves it is forbidden to sleep except in specific places, so if you're out there must be planned in advance. Elsewhere, and can plan towards the end of the day, but pretty annoying account in deciding half-hour before sunset to continue a little longer, then discover that the only transfer within 5 km where you can pitch a tent.

Secondly: topographic maps-shops and survey of Israel. Topographic maps without marking-survey of Israel. In my book, and Jacob Sturm has topographic maps of the trail and surrounding areas.
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#3 Posted : Monday, February 20, 2012 2:59:01 AM(UTC)
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To the first question: should plan a night sleeping place by estimating the distance it will learn in-depth browsing this forum. That doesn't mean you can sometimes make an exception and to decide on another bedroom in the circumstances but the safety limits (e.g. not a Creek flooding season meet) and validity (e.g. not in a nature reserve or fire).

About topographic maps (סמ"ש, noiilanot): any store tours, steimatzky. Node numbers around 90-100 NIS machid or at the society for the protection of nature in Tel Aviv near the older ת"מ cheap (can't remember exactly).
I also saw the site used second-hand for salenziv40959.0000925926
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#4 Posted : Monday, February 20, 2012 12:36:04 PM(UTC)
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Hi man,
Welcome to the modest shadow korthno

The two most important issues, and to them you get answers and good.
Let's have some good things:
1. Noam justice talking about finding the balance between advance planning and execution. Remember that during your fitness journey will improve and what barely go Galilee could do even half a day.
However keep in mind two things:
A. If you sleep with angels and you path presets, please don't blow even if the touch afternoon Angel because it's better to close with the angels two days before arrival (not weekend).
In everything you've been told right up to Arad. The odd little more maneuverability due to the lack of availability of water, campgrounds and locales (perhaps with the exception of the West where you can maneuver-Sapphire siren-cliffs-Paran). In the South it is necessary to adhere to in design. However until you reach your fitness improves Arad marvels and can assess better the daily rate and plan your walk depending on your capabilities.

2. the Red Guide of Israel has topographic maps. The price of 1.5 סמ"ש maps you can get all the trail including altitude graph description distribution and reliable way.
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