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#21 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 1:35:06 PM(UTC)
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Dear friends – we're back!

We had a great many thanks you

Thanks to all who respond, and pirgen well as those who don't use their ideas. Special thanks to Eli TheHiker -track is, more or less, what we did (almost exactly) nailed to our liking! Set toיענק'לה .

Briefly (because now "landed in Tel Aviv the day Passover Eve) we track:

Day 0-arrival to Nimrod when camping and settlement

Day 1-departure from Nimrod, the eye-kinia River-> cycles > Qal'at Nimrod-->--> the Banias she'ar yashuv-->. Overnight camping near Laurel (request)

Day 2-Daphne-> Tel-Tel business Dan--> on Israel (very excited) to 3171--> bridge. Camping accommodation (short day)

Day 3-bridge-> paper on Israel to welcome spring Jubilee-->--> Kfar giladi--> the roaring lion/Tel-Hai--> geologic trail--until Cliff lookout > ramim (beautiful!) where we parted in the Israel National Trail (INT) and for the wonderful blue to Manara cliff! Drop the cable (with a proper ending!)

We gave up the slides with clutter and Manara holiday due to mass atmosphere (...) our car waiting patiently in Kiryat Shmona and finished the trip most enjoyable pedaling around Agmon hahula.

Accommodation in tilapia with doorway to the sea!

The long trip South to Beit NIR (Ron) and Tel Aviv (Amber)

More detail below, in the meantime some photos:

Happy holiday

Camping in Nimrod cherry:

שקדיה בקמפינג בנמרוד

Rising from the Creek into a veritable cycles Nimrod:

בעלייה למבצר נמרוד

On Israel near Tel Dan:

שביל ישראל ליד תל דן

Water! In Nahal Snir:

נחל שניר

The fields of Maayan Baruch:

שדות יפים מעיין ברוך

Yellow! On the way to Manara holiday Israel:

צהוב עולה

Coypu on Agmon hachula:

נוטרייה באגמון החולה

Camp in tilapia:

קמפינג באמנון

A late addition.

Track information and experiences from the road:

We came to Kiryat Shemona in the car that we parked near Central station.

Us bus last 58 out of the bus station at 7:30 p.m. The bus comes to a t-junction about 1.5 km from Nimrod, where we went. We were ready with Felice (cold!) and head towards the lamps along the road but even at this late hour (~ 8:20) traffic. You haven't crossed the intersection and stopped next to a young man from Majdal Shams who give us Nimrod.

We arrived at the secluded campground http://bikta.net/new/camping.html (approx. 50 m below the settlement-outside-on the trail that descends to the left in front of the entrance gate there is another kapming in site on the access road on the right before reaching the gate).

Already understand why place name includes the word "fog". It was very cold (I think near 0) and fog. Was there another one tent had framed him devoting when we arrived.

We set up our tent among blooming cherry trees, were having dinner on a picnic bench and went to sleep. It was very cold and wet at night and we were excited and very tired so we both slept really good but really liked the site. He's quiet and isolated, structures (toilets and showers), wooden and fit well and feel of a total garage in nature. And of course the location-conductor with berekhat RAM and the village restaurant (but we only saw the next morning).

There is a special price for travellers on foot 35 per person (that comes with the car I think it was $ 50 per person; you can order meals-all the details in the attached website).

Day 1.

We woke up early, ate breakfast we us (have a refrigerator in the complex but that night wasn't it necessary) and around 7 we started descending towards kinia eye while we're enjoying the view. In the Nimrod scared rabbit who escaped ran into one of the plantations.

Kinia eye itself was still sleepy, quiet as her windy day early morning of Friday. Us for coming out of the village and around 8 if I'm not mistaken the parking lot next to themonument to Sayeret egoz.

There were many tents are so whoever wants to shorten the runway can stay (58 bus stops instead of way up) but we definitely recommend staying in Nimrod (thanks to yankel!).

Because multiple people not 3.30 and hurried down the blue route into cycles of streamchannel.

Eli TheHiker told us about this track and we owe him thanks. the track here! As regards Ron mostly this one of the highlights of the track. It is true that there is within the channel itself but the way a lot of beautiful scenery, winding alongside the river and between rocks and their respective owners. There's plenty of water this year but was very green, floral, shaded and cool. Not met other travelers (probably because we came early to go).

The tptlano down the River until he found (the mark easily in any great way) the encounter with the black (coming from the direction of Neve ative) and started climbing (left, still on the blue) towards Nimrod fortress. For me the fun thing was in the blue track-gorgeous view to me! Green Mountain Goat and refresh all?.

As marching up the wooded trail (the call was interrupted because the type), Ron went a few steps before stooping and pointed forward. The narrow path (about 20 m) cross running confused a number of small plump pigs and incredibly cute (at least 10). They came from atzimachia and receded quickly. vegetation on for (the whole thing lasts about 10 seconds). Constant one disappears from view, the silence that lasted maybe 5 seconds. Ron still managed to whisper that it is dangerous because their mother shmasichim area came a huge beast the size of a cow with huge fangs. Luckily for she emerged quickly in the residence. Ron familiar wild boars-he meets them for grazing of grouping all the time. I-I was expecting an animal the size of a large dog at best-I was really shocked! We stood there a minute very excited, waiting for the family get away, before moving on the way this meeting was of course for us one of the highlights of the trip!

ToNimrod fortress arrived (crawling through a hole in the wall!) about 9 or 10 (I really hope I'm not wrong, because what I refused to follow them on this trip and my camera vdch a timestamp I trust went wrong this time somehow).

Great place!!! Great views in all directions. The sky unfolds to big band of Hasidism. It was very quiet (there were only a few tourists), there's plenty of shade. The buildings are interesting (if non-offensive guard for authentic reasons) we recommend to squirm in the staircase of the Tower near the remote parking him going to the direction of Banias.

We assumed we had and we ... And we were off.

The rest is for the Green towards the Nahal Hermon nature reserve, the Banias waterfall! I really, really liked this-very nice open views, abundant flowering, wonderful scent in the air. Excellent again check (the trailhead at the far end of the parking lot West of the fortress). Although it is a bit abrasive, but in total knees pretty moderate and hard but don't raise your head off the ground for too long-there are lots of rocks on the road and easy to stumble.

The goal clearly see very quickly.

We went toa recreation reserve. Friday of Easter and early so the place except in travelling?.

The waters are full of fish, beautiful river and the trees here are lovely, especially the rich vegetation which is great (in recent years, we are travelling in the South).

We went for a March on the reservation and beyond. when we hand dip here and there and visit all sorts of places of interest (the waterfall, the suspension bridge, the Syrian tank).

Finally we decided to take a long rest on the shore of the river outside the Park. We chose a secluded corner, some remote trail, and we sat down. Ron can't sit for more than five minutes dipped feet, crossed the stream to the other side, climbing and exploring. These stops are not only an opportunity to relax – you stop in a quiet corner, very quickly find all sorts of "interesting" finds companion-mini butterflies and dragonflies, crabs and blue frogs. There are a lot of corners like those along theBlack path and also along the short section of thered trail on the way to the rest of the community.

Sometime after I left the recreation reserve gets very hot for exposed to Sun. It was a bit difficult. When we got tothe other founders were pretty tired. We sat at the buffet (minimum) of the campsite and enjoyed a drink a refreshing slushy. We think it could be a lovely place to stay-quiet acampingim certainly (there are two) but the Bayberry Friday around 3 and ohtzteidno eat therefore we should continue.

We arrived tired and sweaty after mass 4 camping near (behind), "Daphne" and even fish that had obviously not the place we decided to stop there because another walk already seemed a bit like torture.

I must say that the bathroom and showers instead was good and comfortable. We caught a relatively distant corner, we set up our tent on the lawn after the Organization and a wonderful hot shower and went to eat at the restaurant.

At 7:30 we're digging in already ... We were tired enough to sleep really really good (60 per person in a tent, ideal for many families, a lot of noise and illumination until midnight-good earplugs and eye coverage). Ron fell asleep about 5 minutes after he declared there was no way that he can. The night was warm and cozy and wonderful day .

2.

Hurried to get under way around 7 that wanted to get in early to get Tel Dan to the masses (Saturday of Easter ...).

We crossed the road and found across a group (small gate near the kibbutz's expansion). As soon as you exit from the kibbutz scared rabbit again.

We walked along the river and the fields (unmarked but obvious direction, near Kibbutz Dan met man who walks with a German Shepherd he inspires us to Greece entrance) and morning-until we got toTel-Dan.

We stopped drinking and licking popsicles in the Park's store that opened recently. In the parking lot stood only 4 cars.

Members of the society for the protection of nature that were in place were nice. They saw us coming on foot with backpacks, approached and were interested in our trajectory, pirgano and divided counsel.

After a short rest we went on tour. Was cool, empty and of course. There's flowing water!

We stopped at a nice splash pool for a dip before moving on to go. I think the total spent in close to two hours.

Just a little note-we were disappointed to discover that both places are marked on the map there's drinking-water faucets but no indeed! Since we needed to water the track we stream water (tarano with balls). Who continues to visit Ussishkin-can full of water.

Left side gate sanctuary and found quickly Israel trail! (According to precise instructions received at the entrance)

I'm very excited because this path long hitting me in the head. Ron very happy. We shot the first markings for like they first tourist attraction.

-Path all the way until the reserve Nahal Snir bare bone. Fortunately many won for a cloudy day-Leicester and had to go. Once we back and searched the Fort "Nimrod" and small structures of the eye and the kinia Nimrod (helpful to look back and identify them for almost the whole trip).

All the way to the met only one other pair of travelers who step on the trail when we sat under a tree on the rest.

If I remember correctly, we have toreserve Nahal Snir at around 11:40 am.

Again licked ice cream (ingenious invention!) onions before moving on to go.

As expected when reaching sanctuary Saturday noon was pretty full.

After that we went down the stairs to the Creek we exchanged for sandals and we started walking in the cold water. It was fun to walk in the cold water, but I paid for it dearly because the skin around both warts that came out in the foot without his soft and then Eagle and it hurt me very much the next day.

Somehow our path in the past very quickly-too quickly, it seems kinda ran. We found ourselves near the port at around 1 p.m.

Planned to stay overnight in camping at bridge Snir (six miles away) and planned to arrive so early.

Left the reservation and stopped in a quiet corner on the side of a river to bathe in the water.

After being baptized and assumed the Tel Hai hostel to check the possibility to go out there today and staying at the Inn, but they were closed (the instruments so the day before Passover no walk-ins).

We continued to the campsite and it was packed, noisy crowds. We went back and sat down to eat at one of the (many) instead.

Ron anxious us and just set up a tent in some and sleep there. I wanted to keep going and agree to place makeshift hotel premises but Sharon got permission from his parents (because before that we agreed with them to stay in, so they are concerned).

Bought at a gas station-GeV mini-can night and tomorrow morning so that we can stay on the ground, but eventually we got up on the phone of Ron's parents (who were themselves hiking and were available most of the day) it was too late. Between eating, shopping River paddling long and we've been fast on the grass at the far end of the campground-low has meanwhile almost completely! We decided not to continue (65 per person in tent).

At night, we enjoyed the frogs croak of we in disagreement: is almond is a type of nut. Ron claimed that kind of persistence that almond nut and I was convinced (Ron: "it's a kind of almond nut" amber "suddenly there's a hard shell" Ron "amber"!.: "Ah, right. But you can't call him a nut-almond "Ron:" sure, you can just add the word before the word almond nut "Amber:" genius "-almond nut Ron, Walnut-almond, almond nut." It lasts for a long time and plenty of sensible arguments-and-nothing-. In the end we decided to call tomorrow to ask Grandma she was a genius in the family that is doing crosswords and has no errors. But until we called already forgot both the question because we had other stories to tell). Complete: "the plant of such."

It was a cozy and we both slept quite well (chilly).

It was very enjoyable , but for us it was a little too short and we both agreed that the first day getting on top of him.

Day 3 .

We started at 6:45 on the Israel trail.

It was really nice to identify clearly the target from a beginning but actually it seemed far away and we had those questions get mostly the trail starts along the road north toWelcome Spring and keeps us from the target.

In addition, the toes of my mioblot hurt so very much walking pace was slower than in previous days.

But it was cool and flowery road walking Naama some less until we got close to the dirt. The fields there were colorful and bright soft light of morning, and it was completely charming.

As expected we searched through places that we could build them a tent if we continue to go yesterday. Concluded unequivocally that we manage a great space (we found a flat spot on a smooth wall in Spring Grove on the edge of Baruch and corner the road below aklptos trees after the yovel).

We the Kfar giladi and were stopped for breakfast rest in the shade on a broad viewpoint opposite the roaring lion statuethis place, clean and very impressive plants in bloom cemetery in many colors this season.

In water and it is very important to fill out the paoch that sometimes continued for exposed and there is no room for water.

We continued on our way when we climb in moderation. I have again to indicate the quality of the markup that characterize our orbit during all three days. Should I be really not focused to lose the path.

After forest Tel Hai. Although it was hot but dealt with respect to availability of shade and drinking a lot of water. Ron obviously skipped lightly down the runway.

Met through two States marched on the path on the way to Eilat. Scared even amount of Partridge and agreed between us that something a little chicken.

As you rise in altitude of the Valley is getting stretched out legs and gorgeous landscape אע"פ was a very bright day, especially given the fact that we walk in and are on a ridge on the West side with a blinding sun.

After a long walk and very enjoyable on the Israel trail we come finally tothe lookout bluff vineyards-anywhere!

Separated from Israel and began to climb sharply.- for the brush on the way to the top of Manara Cliff!

Ron jumped up for ease of those who participate in the azrieli and staircase due to costs. I crawled up the small fingers who in her feet, tiny pieces of skin but missing.

Tmoggano from both pleasure and agreed thatthis path is the premier Convention centres! (Thank you again tome.)

7 December, after endless zigsogim, with stops to impress- we arrived at the top of the cliff and we finished the track!

We had a short walk but great if you don't finish worthy of it and we were happy.

The magic wears off pretty quickly because the top cable car station at the Eastern Arabic music out loud and was flooded with gangs of noisy young men and women. We were sweaty and feeling out of place with our large shells when we only speak Hebrew instead. It was weird.

Don't Bluff for cold drinks and popsicles-we felt that won it fair and square! But overall went down fairly quickly.

To browse the slides down her Alpine atmosphere that characterized the top station of the cable car took us down, too.

After fifteen minutes we stood in line for tickets and were last yet (because all queued ignore us completely and just joined the crowd that pushed and pushed and played every particle in the register window) I asked Ron if he would be disappointed if you give us another attraction is (Needless to say, even if we are able to purchase a ticket probably towards the close another standing before us as a formidable addition to the slides themselves). Ron assured me that he was not disappointed as he was right to run away.

We can already surf in some Alpine slides Alpine country.

After we got back (from the intersection) to the central station in Kiryat Shemona, and both ate and bought food for dinner-we went to the tiny car, which was waiting patiently in the driveway and started driving on Highway 90 South toAgmon hahula.

We rented bikes double eye there at first called them "aglul" and "bimba" and went to enclose the Agmon (don't forget hats and water!).

The track is only 8.5 km (all kinds of cars-rental mountain bikes to electric cars-and of course also go) but there are lots of interesting corners to stop, plenty of animals ( partial list of creatures we met: noteriity, catfish, turtles, storks, kingfishers, sikskim, and best enjoyed a philandering bounded anoteriity). Well of course the views!

It's hard to get out of there in less than two hours and a half in my opinion no reason too.

Eventually (after I'll another popsicle) got back into the car.

Arrested in Dammam close but there was camping (Chol hamoed). They contact us camping onAmnon ("field experience" the seat is on a road north of 8277 Lake and camping is at the edge of the seat across the greenhouses – signposted 70 per person tent also has a bony with mattresses, kitchen tidy and more information on link).

It was a good tip that there's nowhere more appropriate last night before returning home than small and welcoming hotel with lake views!

This is ... Was successful and I want to thank everyone who helped.

Until the next time.

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#22 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 2:55:21 PM(UTC)
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Amber seems fun.

I bet you he has reinforced the love Mike nature tours.

So when you do that for?

Thanks for sharing and happy!
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#23 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 3:18:18 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Harmonic

רונצ'יק is nature, living in a kibbutz, in Israel, loves nature and animals born, raised and educated way. I'm very proud of him and tries to inspire but must admit – it didn't come from me.

About Israel trail. (And I am seriously done because I thought about it, and besides I polack)

The answer (for now) (wonder): never

Certainly found out that can (and should!) also Trek in the country and I hope to start doing it.

אבל... I have a few problems:

1. with all due respect (and respect) has better places (please don't kill me ). If my time properly opens up (over a week straight) I (probably) choosing to fly abroad.

2. the dirt here kills (kill) Me. I tried not to let it ruin me, but how can you enjoy all the way from charming cycles of river beneath every rock Thursday throwing a plastic bottle, toilet paper?!?!? (Incidentally, short trips we try always to collect dirt thrown on the ground)

3. hot and humid here. Very (very!) rough with this (medical level, I suffer from migraines and very sensitive to the Sun). On this trip we had weather that will calculate the most perfect-and every time we went more than five minutes in a shaded place had begun to feel the Sun (what to do? "Id"-Eastern European gardens)

4. the Israelis. We do not , (and I never will be.)

(I apologize if I offended/disappointed/DNA shapes someone trail is in his veins-I really really appreciate it!)

Thank you for the props (as usual!)

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#24 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 4:49:34 PM(UTC)
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According to the pictures look like, whether in Europe.

About Israel I anatzvim trail, try the South (in winter) also much cleaner from the North and definitely beautiful and perhaps more than many places in the world.

Happy holiday.

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#25 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 5:10:57 PM(UTC)
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  1. 1. the pictures are very beautiful.
  2. 2. almond camping of Nimrod is cherry.
  3. 3. concerning Israel and path loss is your net.
  4. 4. Sun sensitivity and can be overcome in more ways than one.
  5. 5. avoid in the Israel National Trail (INT) not make him clean. Contribution to proper cleaning.
  6. 6. look here , the next trip with your nephew you should do there.
  7. 7. don't upset me, 3.
  8. 8. a miiiiach holiday.
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#26 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 5:44:17 PM(UTC)
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יענקל'ה-first of all thank you for your consideration! You're probably right anyway (seriously). About ה"שקדייה"-absolutely, thank you-camping inCherry Grove (fixed up, it is a recommended camping cabin "in the mist").

Yes, I follow with great interest the concatenating assignment after you opened on Ramot Menashe-including all the references. It looks great. Leave it to fall.

Anyway if you have created a negative tone that wrote about "walking down a path that is not Israel" means, that's not the conclusion. Bottom line: very helpful despite these problems. " And as I wrote: I saw that can and should be explored.

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#27 Posted : Monday, April 14, 2014 6:16:24 PM(UTC)
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If you go once the Ramot Menashe is in the spring. I guess bstho has another beauty.

Check it out. And now let's Bottlecap seder.

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#28 Posted : Tuesday, April 15, 2014 12:40:51 PM(UTC)
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I added a route description above under photos

Iallaaa-return to normal, so fast. I only just left.

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#29 Posted : Sunday, May 11, 2014 4:20:15 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = io_travel; 579122]

Thanks Harmonic

רונצ'יק is nature, living in a kibbutz, in Israel, loves nature and animals born, raised and educated way. I'm very proud of him and tries to inspire but must admit – it didn't come from me.

About Israel trail. (And I am seriously done because I thought about it, and besides I polack)

The answer (for now) (wonder): never

Certainly found out that can (and should!) also Trek in the country and I hope to start doing it.

אבל... I have a few problems:

1. with all due respect (and respect) has better places (please don't kill me ). If my time properly opens up (over a week straight) I (probably) choosing to fly abroad.

2. the dirt here kills (kill) Me. I tried not to let it ruin me, but how can you enjoy all the way from charming cycles of river beneath every rock Thursday throwing a plastic bottle, toilet paper?!?!? (Incidentally, short trips we try always to collect dirt thrown on the ground)

3. hot and humid here. Very (very!) rough with this (medical level, I suffer from migraines and very sensitive to the Sun). On this trip we had weather that will calculate the most perfect-and every time we went more than five minutes in a shaded place had begun to feel the Sun (what to do? "Id"-Eastern European gardens)

4. the Israelis. We do not , (and I never will be.)

(I apologize if I offended/disappointed/DNA shapes someone trail is in his veins-I really really appreciate it!)

Thank you for the props (as usual!)

Mostly I was saddened for you giving up on the trail.

Review-nimukiich

1 you're right that there are better places but more versatile spaces. In the breathtaking Alpine trails, but how? More of the same

Go straight month? In 28 days you won't see anything you haven't seen the first two days. (And I say this as one who died for those places I went already in the Pyrenees and in the Dolomites and in two months will go most of the TMB, too-a lot of thanks to you and your great blog on travel website "-I'm not saying that the place of criticism but have to admit the truth as there are disadvantages that lshbill also Alpine treks)

Only in the Israel National Trail (INT) begin between streams with snow in the background (in season) and end in the desert when passing in different climatic zones, different views from the sand on the beach to climbing with ropes and pegs slopes (there's that PCT may, but who has the time and energy to trek 3,500 kilometers) and talked about a variety of historical sites along the Tel Dan, Caesarea, arsuf, Antipater, Roman Emperor , Bet Guvrin, mitzadim way to melt and it's only Roman in a nutshell and on the trail.

2. you're right again and I have no time but "

3. I understand your heart. I'm also with European gardens. In a lot of pain from the hot sun ו"נובל" already at a temperature of 25-26 that most people consider it ideal for walking. But it is solvable. Walking in the winter or late fall or early spring. Believe me if the snowflakes hammered on AV1 not arrested then some Sun!

4. in principle the right here as well but maybe that impression because I know who empowered went in the days before Pesach shamisral already on spring break and the school lot. Believe me there were quite a few sections for not met where a soul or a couple of bad impact is bilists and chlochm are carrying with them (most of them).

I will not rest and rest until your post here for the walk.

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#30 Posted : Sunday, May 11, 2014 4:51:13 PM(UTC)
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I got into trouble. And not just because I opened the front with some forum. Also because since those three days for this out of my head!!! (And he's been there)

I keep picturing myself came to Kiryat Shmona, Cliff view vineyards and continues to go away! And I can't even figure out if it's pissing me off or it makes me happy.

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#31 Posted : Sunday, May 11, 2014 6:25:26 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = io_travel; 579122]

Special thanks to Eli TheHiker -track is, more or less, what we did (almost exactly) nailed to our

Happily, hope it will encourage you to explore more in Israel, and especially not to be set to predefined pathways:)

[Quote = io_travel; 579122]

1. with all due respect (and respect) has better places (please don't kill me ). If my time properly opens up (over a week straight) I (probably) choosing to fly abroad.

Agree and agree on one that traveled the country for many years, I can certainly understand you and when I have an opportunity and a sequence of 4 days and more then the preference is always to and further more time available, but I didn't think I'd come to the same conclusion if I hadn't Woods on the ground from end to end. That's the main reason I still hike every weekend free because I always find new and interesting places, especially in the Internet age and topographic maps. About it, of course, in the eye of the beholder, and because of that, luckily everyone can find his beauty (except tropical climate and mountains above 2100 m:))

[Quote = io_travel; 579122]

2. the dirt here kills (kill) Me. I tried not to let it ruin me, but how can you enjoy all the way from charming cycles of river beneath every rock Thursday throwing a plastic bottle, toilet paper?!?!? (Incidentally, short trips we try always to collect dirt thrown on the ground)

Agree with every word-education, education, education. Well as relevant to the article, as you start the imagination and go places inaccessible/less tourists too much dirt or finished:)

[Quote = io_travel; 579122]

3. hot and humid here. Very (very!) rough with this (medical level, I suffer from migraines and very sensitive to the Sun). On this trip we had weather that will calculate the most perfect-and every time we went more than five minutes in a shaded place had begun to feel the Sun (what to do? "Id"-Eastern European gardens)

I wish I had a picture of my temperature zone outside the tent at night in different places in the country. You'd be surprised, but many times was also a minus and the desert. It's all about the right design to correct time. Different areas correspond to different periods of the year, not missing a very shady lanes even high temperature.

[Quote = io_travel; 579122]

4. the Israelis. We do not , (and I never will be.)

(I apologize if I offended/disappointed/DNA shapes someone trail is in his veins-I really really appreciate it!)

Same answer as in 2:)

[Quote = iobelsh; 579456]

1 you're right that there are better places but more versatile spaces. In the breathtaking Alpine trails, but how? More of the same

The advice you gave the correct amber also overseas and possibly more, but if you plan your route and leave only routes with cabins, constipation, like 95% of points so visitors find similar days at all but on the contrary even after two weeks:) It's up to you, not for himself.

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#32 Posted : Friday, May 16, 2014 10:00:57 PM(UTC)
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Ron returned a layer and called to announce: "I've found plenty of tracks"

So it turns out we're climbing Mount bstav Meron

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