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#1 Posted : Monday, October 8, 2012 6:02:17 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,
I did the same thing twice in one week for Israel's Kibbutz Dan (every time another group planned to do all to pieces, so we started from scratch). Basically I have so much free time during this year and next summer (next year) will have time to walk (apparently quite a few years later I won't have another long walks). I was thinking about the whole track at once, which according to the manual of the Red Saar and Yigal Henkin takes 48 days (six weeks), and from experience I can do the same for a lot less (25-30 miles a day was our pace). Anyway, I'm going to have to start him in early September, and even before. I thought I would start from the North, who have too hot, then when I get to the South will be less. Do you think it's a good time to do so I'm young and in good shape, even though I don't have much experience on long walks.
And another question-did anyone experience walking of all? Is it difficult? Is there any difficulty in a trip of many people for (for example, 6?) I'm still not sure if going out alone, with more than one person or group, and would love to know your experience better than that before you offer to people.
I know it's a bit early (I have.) but I like to plan ahead, and because it is my last vacation for an extended period (of school) I want to have enough time to decide what to do with.
Thank you!
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#2 Posted : Monday, October 8, 2012 6:41:21 PM(UTC)
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If these time limits to delay as much as possible that in early October the Negev still warm but can handle by resting during the hottest hours.

Your rate slightly higher than the average. If you want to start with you will need to repeat the first week or join them after a week.

Benefits of group if it is good: there are plenty of laughs, and entertainment experiences that are created because of the Group's experiences rather. Many people love it.

Disadvantages: If the Member did not fit the group dissolve quickly into small groups, too. The Group also asked one of its members to leave them because

He was fifth wheel with two pairs. A group of 6 and the pace of the slowest.

I'm a fan of small group and crystallized, namely Two is a company three is a crowd. This wonderful goeie. not sure in it.

If I were you I would find myself a partner, and goes with him. You have a lot of time to think and decide.

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, October 9, 2012 4:48:35 PM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot!
I'll try to get as much of late, and I guess I do go out with another partner. Anyway I plan to repeat the first week, I really want to do the whole country and for that I need to start again alone, and end.
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#4 Posted : Saturday, October 20, 2012 8:17:13 PM(UTC)
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Hey Ali,

A ilshum is returned. We went in July August September October.
You can read about his experiences in preparation for the fall season in the Israel National Trail (INT) "over" at the Eilat-summary for walking.
Big what you suggest is possible: go north in August and September and October. Beware, to plan, to plant a lot of water, the water will be there (from Arad to mitzpe Ramon mainly) stop during the hottest and maybe even stop days really (not happened but it's matter of luck).

You plan long in advance-there is a lot of homework to do.
I would love to share our experience.
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#5 Posted : Saturday, October 20, 2012 11:50:54 PM(UTC)
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Just to remind, that the pace of progress in the North is generally higher than in the South. There are more difficult areas. Then add yourself some time to reserve, and be sure to stop every week to one day for the sake of the recovery of the body, even if you feel fine.

(Ah, Yes: it's not, yagil Yigal).
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#6 Posted : Saturday, October 27, 2012 4:56:35 PM(UTC)
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I'm joining advantages and disadvantages yankele. Another advantage of unspecified group is that everyone in the group carry slightly less weight.

A large group of the serblat movement. The chain will be measured in the weak anyway, but even if everyone in great shape still be longer stops and simple things like decision making or water refilling will take even longer.
I made myself (no matter for Israel) do not travel long tracks in a group of more than four people. For Israel was travelling alone or with one partner, and in the rare event of a day and a half I traveled with two other people, and the awkwardness of the group are already noticeable.

It is important not to treat for as some contest or feat you have to mark him.
It is not "fact" you need to go to Eilat, but that trip should benefit as much as possible.
If you can't dedicate a day of rest this week doesn't mean you have to go a month and a half.
You might want to split to two parts, or simply start it after you've done that twice or Mount Carmel realised that has a missing section because of the fire.
If you go all for sequentially-find time frame would allow it.

The path is not so complicated to design and implementation, and because you have plenty of time to plan I'm sure you can find a solution that would please you.
Good luck!
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#7 Posted : Saturday, October 27, 2012 5:00:40 PM(UTC)
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One more thing-if you go to school, I think you will have much more time to travel than you think. The summer is usually long and is also the appropriate season for trip from North to South: from September to October.
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