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waterboy  
#1 Posted : Sunday, June 1, 2014 10:51:29 PM(UTC)
waterboy

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Howdy everyone

My sister and her daughter (11) want to go hiking in the North (* thanks Amber) around Banyas, Hasbani River. From Tuesday close (dinner weeks) through Thursday (going to be very hot)

Day 1: start in the afternoon (reluctantly) garage Sayeret egoz (Nimrod fortress National Park) towards eye Pe?as and Hermon field school or she'ar yashuv camping (depending on the provider).

Day 2: she'ar yashuv via Kibbutz Dafna to Nahal Snir in bridged zone.

Day 3: continue water route-option to Sde Nehemia Snir stream.

Frequently asked questions:

To-know places organized camping in bridged or bridge Snir/ein armor?

Does anyone have another option to track water on the third day (start in bridged)?

Does anyone have recommendations for places not to be missed on the trail or places to go off for them?

Thanks GAL and select name

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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Monday, June 2, 2014 8:11:17 AM(UTC)
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Roy, I talk to her during the day (no time yesterday I returned from work late at night) but some initial comments:

1. the section between Nimrod panias eye shadow without washing, not ideal for hours of hot hot day. Might be better to start with walking and recreation reserve (mostly shaded and water) and along the river off the reservation to other settlement-there are lots of lovely places to enter the stream.

2. Tel Dan has, of course, plenty of water and shade but below (depending on which route they plan) may be again without much shadow (e.g. This section on Israel). 3171 reserve itself ideal for day-long shadow, water, walk on water. At the bridge site has a neat paper (10-15 minutes from the exit from the teacher on the road toward welcome spring).

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In terms of not to be missed-I Bank focuses on water, plans several stops paddling-fun too (to girl) and suitable for the weather.

The Banias waterfall don't miss the waterfall (a very small deviation), short but sweet suspension bridge (strong flow), and outside the Syrian tank reserve (a small digression).

Tel-Dan has a splash pool.

Be in touch.

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#3 Posted : Monday, June 2, 2014 12:41:05 PM(UTC)
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Three days is a long time in the area. It is possible to skip some.

Sde Nehemia area has nice pieces that can go in the water and are shaded.

This year will be fairly weak flow so you can go to the three "connection"

And swim at the connection point. A great experience.

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