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lior.haliva.56  
#1 Posted : Sunday, March 2, 2014 7:15:37 PM(UTC)
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Hello

Me and another Member and wish to travel to Israel and the US both have no idea how to begin to plan what needs.

Would love if you could answer a few questions:

How to plan an itinerary and constipation? What determines when and how going every day based on maps?

Where do we start to explore and how do you know where we're going?

For both vehicle licenses and therefore can't do landfills along the trail? Is this critical? Or in an effort to simply drag each every day 2 liter bottles? If so can I buy along the water and food?

Where? Where can I do, if anything, to the shower? (That month without showering sounds odd to me, even in the military, as fighters, we didn't do it).

How much does it cost and how to get the people who laid us off?

Can I use someone that could help us plan your itinerary? Maybe ב"למטייל?

How long does it take to plan it? Because we want to start him for a month.

Smallest information would really help. Thank you.

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זמי1  
#2 Posted : Sunday, March 2, 2014 8:07:01 PM(UTC)
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First of all the information is here in Israel, only trail Forum called back and get everything.
Secondly-in general you should be in good shape to go 25 miles per day with at least 15 pounds on my back. Equipped with professional walking shoes, socks and other professional equipment and professional information.
How long do you want to go? When
If you want to start in the next month that says start from the South, to reach Eilat from the North in May.
Eilat-bound in great shape. Rope for fitness and begin to descend the trail after 3 days with blisters, tendons and muscles tense.
You have to plant water or carrying on your back at least 6-8 liters for days read about landfills.
lior.haliva.56  
#3 Posted : Sunday, March 2, 2014 8:49:11 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = זמי1; 578579] first of all, the information is right here on the Forum just Israel trail called back and get everything.
Secondly-in general you should be in good shape to go 25 miles per day with at least 15 pounds on my back. Equipped with professional walking shoes, socks and other professional equipment and professional information.
How long do you want to go? When
If you want to start in the next month that says start from the South, to reach Eilat from the North in May.
Eilat-bound in great shape. Rope for fitness and begin to descend the trail after 3 days with blisters, tendons and muscles tense.
You have to plant water or carrying on your back at least 6-8 liters for days read about landfills.

Shoes but why stockings and professional equipment?

And when we start from North to South?

Jonathan2  
#4 Posted : Sunday, March 2, 2014 11:03:57 PM(UTC)
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Doesn't "need" anything.
But:
Walk in the Israel National Trail (INT) (in a row) is something like ' walk 1000 miles, the route is sometimes very simple.
To ב"משימה" page and enjoy walking, come ready-in terms of skills and knowledge, physical fitness, and in terms of equipment.

A. start read-Forum has accumulated a lot of knowledge here.
B. proposed to consider to start for fall (the season in which more convenient to start from the North because the weather)
And to use the time until then to travel as much (short trips-day three at a time).
Also enjoy even meet and get an idea of the conditions that await you, and purchase the skills that help you to walk safely and enjoyably for Israel.

Indeed, it could be that even if tomorrow morning you take the bus to Eilat and start walking towards the Hermon-1375
On the other hand, can not be.
It doesn't matter if you got a rescue unit in a State of severe dehydration from the Mall,
Or you folded after two days because the blisters on your feet and your motivation.
Your pleasure will be reduced (health and safety), and rope.

If you're determined to get underway in the near future, I do recommend starting from the North: the North more settled and more forgiving route, so until you reach the South already accumulate sufficient experience to overcoming the challenges safely (I hope)
And just keep in mind that the start would be hard and you've got a lot to learn, and be very careful.
lior.haliva.56  
#5 Posted : Sunday, March 2, 2014 11:13:27 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Jonathan2; 578583] doesn't "need" anything.
But:
Walk in the Israel National Trail (INT) (in a row) is something like ' walk 1000 miles, the route is sometimes very simple.
To ב"משימה" page and enjoy walking, come prepared.
In terms of skills and knowledge, physical fitness, and in terms of equipment.

A. start read-Forum has accumulated a lot of knowledge here.
B. proposed to consider to start for fall (the season in which more convenient to start from the North because the weather)
And to use the time until then to travel as much (short trips-day three at a time).
Also enjoy even meet and get an idea of the conditions under which you expect.
And purchase the skills that help you to walk safely and enjoyably for Israel.

Indeed, it could be that even if tomorrow morning you take the bus to Eilat and start walking towards the Hermon-1375
On the other hand, can not be.
It doesn't matter if you got a rescue unit in a State of severe dehydration from the Mall,
Or you folded after two days because the blisters on your feet and your motivation.
Your pleasure will be reduced (health and safety), and rope.

If you're determined to get underway in the near future, I do recommend starting from the North.
The more populated North and the more forgiving,
So until you reach the South already accumulate sufficient experience to overcoming the challenges safely (I hope)
And just keep in mind that the start would be hard and you've got a lot to learn, and be very careful.

OK so I downloaded the security drastically

But I am determined to start hiking the trail.

So I'd appreciate it if someone could help us to plan the route and atmanot of water.

S.K.  
#6 Posted : Sunday, March 2, 2014 11:15:59 PM(UTC)
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As the season came with roughly speaking: and everything started.
And since you indicate that you raw I suggest you split the path into pieces:
Part one start any time soon, and in the North. More forgiving and North requires President of crazy water quantities I have respect and not easy.
Start slowly as you walk in is what you get Do not run and do not push yourself. Rest a lot during the day.
Short days still limit you from walking too many end up with you in two to three days.

The part or parts in the following winter and next. A. major would be more comfortable. In keep with experience and know how to take and how to handle it.

Without having to take the wind out of his sails, should start for Ruth obtainable and realistic than do all for strikes or start.

As written, the available information is searched Forum and network to continue studying the topic.
arthur  
#7 Posted : Monday, March 3, 2014 3:04:36 AM(UTC)
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Hello Chris,

I read what you wrote and it really touched me.
If you're so determined to make Israel trail. I am willing to invest any effort you can get tremendous experience. I can say from personal experience that this Bill certainly changed mine something big in life.


Make a list of questions-ask here or private message. I personally guarantee that you will get all the answers.

The question of how to plan the route and stops.
' Tis the season now beginning to go from South to North. Certainly the hard way to start physically and mentally. In the South there is no choice and must sleep in campgrounds. Therefore, the section South of the path-to-Arad is relatively unstructured. Then it is possible to play with the Division of the days, you're more fit and know better how you can go.
The recommended sections can be found here:
Http://www.israshvil.org/Map.aspx


The question is where do you start and how do I know where it's going?
You can start wherever you want. No one's forcing you to walk the whole trail, you can get it all or each section separately. Who does everything for starting or from Eilat or Taba, near Kibbutz Dan near Kiryat Shmona.

Therefore it is critical to make landfills, you can't carry enough water for a person. Search in Google the landfills that others do for you. Alternatively you can hire a 4WD and atmanot only. That's what I did.
Don't have a license? Ask a friend to drive. If you can't find let me know I'll be your driver and help to plant just tell me soon because at the end of April I flew to climb.

Like I said in the desert, sleeping in the night and nerdy that this law of nature reserves. Have obvious when you're in a nature reserve that has a iltim at the entrance and exit. You can also stay overnight in towns and pass them. In Central and North can sleep where you want more or less. You have reached the place where the decision on the x-axis are deploying mattress sleep preparing launched dinner and go. Another possibility is for Angel, nice people that host.
For Angel's list can be found here:
Http://shvil.wikia.com/wiki/%D7%9E%D7%9C%D7%90%D7%9B%D7%99_%D7%A9%D7%91%D7%99%D7%9C_%D7%99%D7%A9%D7%A8%D7%90%D7%9C

-Stops whenever possible shower. When is impossible. I don't recall not showered more than a few days for Israel.

Ask who can help plan.
You need to plan. The Internet has all the information. Buy a map of Israel and get to work. Known and functional and otherwise help you shop.
Of course, this forum will help what we

Until the beginning of April you can plan and set out, no not about pressure. Need to make a list and buy equipment. And this is more or less.
No need to panic if you are not physically fit, you don't have time to go into right now. Just start slow and keep yourself, pay attention to what your body is saying and enjoy. If you notice too difficult you can always stop and catch the bus home.

You are currently at the stage of gathering information on the Internet tachrsho, you buy the map, draw them the huge rims look, you have what you need to buy. Start to move things.

If you have further questions-here.

ישר.א  
#8 Posted : Monday, March 3, 2014 12:46:39 PM(UTC)
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I suggest you plow good in this forum and in the other forum and especially onIntroduction and purchase a red ה"ספר will save you buying.

Good luck

Arctic  
#9 Posted : Wednesday, March 5, 2014 2:25:10 PM(UTC)
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I also want to do Israel trail, I conclude on the end/mid-June and the army on Nov.

From what I understand, this is not so in the heat, I have no problem carrying 6 liters. (Don't plan to take a lot of things)

In short, is it possible and if not, how else can you hike long paths for a long time? (Travel month. month)

יענקל'ה סער  
#10 Posted : Wednesday, March 5, 2014 5:36:02 PM(UTC)
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Possible to travel in September and October. Need a comfort in the shade during the hottest hours. Until there's a problem of Arad.

South of Arad there is little shade and the trip will depend on the weather. Read everywhere that said my predecessor.

You can join the trip. To start a Haon and the Hermon away down to Dan and continue until Arad. It is about 750 km.

Arctic  
#11 Posted : Wednesday, March 5, 2014 8:26:00 PM(UTC)
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Thank you so much, I wanted to combine with the Golan (Golan Heights law as TA).

So from what I gather, you can start the Golan and Israel National Trail to Arad?

I guess it's a good idea to start in June, July, August (If possible and try)

Do until there's a lot of logistics, Arad? (Plan to sleep outdoors, ready to carry plenty of water, eating what you have)

Thank you very much.

יענקל'ה סער  
#12 Posted : Thursday, March 6, 2014 12:02:05 AM(UTC)
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Starting in September.

Arctic  
#13 Posted : Thursday, March 6, 2014 10:30:06 AM(UTC)
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Cool hope I make it, when to start making preparations?

Some programs can do until September?

Thanks and good day.

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#14 Posted : Thursday, March 6, 2014 2:39:55 PM(UTC)
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A couple of months make it easily the Golan, Israel to Arad, if you want a way to add Jerusalem trail

There is no problem. All together approximately 800 miles down the Red Guide Introduction everything is there and what's missing successively

Ask here in the Forum.

Arctic  
#15 Posted : Thursday, March 6, 2014 2:45:25 PM(UTC)
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Cool, but if I get to Arad in October is still too hot to continue?

Jonathan2  
#16 Posted : Thursday, March 6, 2014 7:30:32 PM(UTC)
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In my view, there is no answer to that question.
In October the average temperature is between 25° c maximum (mitzpe Ramon) to 33 (Eilat)
(Alink information: http://www.ims.gov.il/IM...ticAtlas/TempNormals.htm)
Understand it means you can be cool and Nice,
Or you may get you roughly speaking:!
A matter of (when traveling), and planning against the specific weather that October.
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