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noam_k  
#1 Posted : Saturday, March 10, 2012 4:00:11 AM(UTC)
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Israel National Trail Forum greetings

My friend and I are planning to begin the Israel trail in mid-September, and I have some questions about it.

1. on average, and I know it's indioidali, but reasonable pace, how long it should take a path-Israel With spin and without Jerusalem?

2 we think to do before the Golan, I know pace is supposed to take 6 days a week. Is there a close connection between the trails? What's the best way to connect both.

3. do you think your dates okay with the weather? Is there a danger of getting into the cold and rain could affect gravity in (I realize that no one here Danny Rupp to fall, but still experience and prior years)

Thanks in advance!

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#2 Posted : Saturday, March 10, 2012 8:48:46 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = noam_k]

Israel National Trail Forum greetings

My friend and I are planning to begin the Israel trail in mid-September the near great!!!, I have some questions about it.

1. on average, and I know it's indioidali, but reasonable pace, how long it should take a path-Israel  Length of the trail 1007 km in average rate 21-20 km per day is 50-48 days this month.

With spin and without Jerusalem? If you have plans to call at least some of Jerusalem sites should not deviate from the path of the path length 42 km which is two days walk add two days to at least some site visits

2 we think to do before the Golan, I know pace is supposed to take 6 days a week. Is there a close connection between the trails? What's the best way to connect both.

Connection length 18 km and it is one of the most beautiful routes in the country here Description: Nimrod, eye sea across cycles, Navi in Nimrod (entrance fee and also includes recreation reserve) the Banias Springs, Banias waterfall, for hanging, and continue one mile to Kibbutz Dan.   A detailed description is here.

3. do you think your dates okay with the weather? Is there a danger of getting into the cold and rain could affect gravity in (I realize that no one here Danny Rupp to fall, but still experience and prior years) mid- September is great, especially if you go at the beginning of the path.

Thanks in advance!

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#3 Posted : Saturday, March 10, 2012 6:21:32 PM(UTC)
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You have to remember this summer – mid September full sense of the word especially. Take a safety factor

10% within days. Why run a fever?

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#4 Posted : Saturday, March 10, 2012 7:31:54 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = זמי1]

You have to remember this summer – mid September full sense of the word especially. Take a safety factor


10% within days. Why run a fever?




Would you recommend to get even later. Cannot be reached by November-December area to the desert? These cold months will be not tolerated, I suppose, will require more heating equipment, weight on the back, and of course the risk of floods.
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#5 Posted : Saturday, March 10, 2012 8:55:12 PM(UTC)
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Mid-September can be most pleasant to the North and very hot. A flood in the Negev if not last week. Get the weather forecast by the week. And don't break your head now that don't get custom-made weather it through two months.

Prepare in every way. Equipment, physical fitness, etc.

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