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Oren  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, March 17, 2010 2:17:14 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

This year at Passover and the friends go out for a walk from Mount Hermon to the sea of Galilee in four days.
Exactly a year ago did the same sea sea format and we're trying to recreate the success (wardrobe).

The following plan: (happy to advice for improvement!)
Sunday – reach the Hermon and go in the path of man-mountain valley kahal-Neve Ativ, Neve Ativ continue (with the road, is there a better idea?), and from there to the Nimrod down to entrance to Banias.
Monday-go to Banias as soon as you give us (don't want any us Israel) continue with stream and the track. Continuing towards Shamir vows and maybe to protect.
Tuesday-continue South through the springs and hamdel. Finish in Riverside area.
Wednesday-the Jordan to the sea of Galilee.

Some specific things I wanted to ask:
I'm looking for good places to stay (we're in an area with tents, but still a good idea to find a good place and comfortable Showboat anyone) in the entrance area for recreation and the dill/protective/banks.
On the third day I want to get the a-station into orbit. A stream can continue hamdel on the road up to the entrance to ein Al-Tina and the green-marked route. But how can you go away after the Ascension? Is the only option is to backtrack, or is there a way for unmarked and connect with green track going South to ג'ילבון and expect eye-banks

Thank you and good weekend!

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איתי  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, March 17, 2010 10:25:05 AM(UTC)
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אט"יב counters you can descend the River to Banias and backed to give up walking on the road.
Oren  
#3 Posted : Saturday, March 20, 2010 11:58:01 PM(UTC)
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I went down the Creek backed last year, and I'm not going to repeat the experience.
Also we want to visit Nimrod fortress.

Means a lot to know about lodging near the entrance to Banias.
Does anyone know whether this area (outside area) is a wildlife sanctuary. (It's hard to see the map)
Is there anywhere we can open some tents and sleep do us?

.o.k  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, March 24, 2010 1:12:09 AM(UTC)
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The mountainous Jordan – I did today, and no there is no path!

Of course there is no problem of Greece, that big go stream, but the walk is a thorny vegetation, peninsula of time reaches almost human height. The individual segments are narrow trails [presumably courtesy of cows, etc].

The notation appears once every mile or so.

I scratched myself, and personally I haven't had so much experience. If anything, go with long pants

oded  
#5 Posted : Sunday, March 28, 2010 2:27:39 AM(UTC)
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I remember a trip to the mountainous Jordan several years ago. There were a few thorns. And June have a lot more. At the end we see the stones at the Jordan or one of its tributaries. Until the fee.
Oren  
#6 Posted : Monday, April 5, 2010 4:21:14 AM(UTC)
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We went at the end of the mountainous Jordan as planned.
The track is indeed difficult but really wasn't as bad as I expected from what was posted here.
The first section, the highway 91 until meets with the runway, he burst and marked and very beautiful, and is suitable for walking with families.
The second part, the encounter to the aunts, is for experienced hikers and section mostly doesn't break right (lots of thorns), and one can easily lose mark in several places. But this isn't stated very bad and the scenic and rewarding-just have to be ready for it.

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