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GibsonLP  
#1 Posted : Saturday, April 18, 2015 11:46:48 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends.

We want to take a short vacation from life (about a week) and Bill. Unfortunately until now all our designs for any trip in the last year (including a few days ...) fell for reasons like this.

And Karin are prohibited to carry backpack we should do it with logistical assistance (lodging in b & BS, bounces to beginning/end of course)

Hoping for good weather from independence day we do the Golan or the first week of Israel (to the sea)

The Golan thought to step backwards (from South to North), although that seems an anti-klmatic to start the Hermon and lodging, we also have more impressive northern half so right for us to wipe with. If it will be in March of six days. We're not in shape but hopefully marching in a day trip to compensate.

The Israel trail we know (we walked him three years ago) but we miss and we return again in a week payments once in a while, so it's good for us. We think of walk far we get without a specified distribution (think we can do it in less days from the official Division).

A few questions:

  1. Green still and if you can see the green landscape in a week?
  2. Who marched the two trails: what? Back on the first week of March Israel or the Golan? Which one would be better in terms of weather? (Well, hot = cold = bad), which one is better?
  3. Are going North for the Golan would be harder or substantially unnoticeable except for the rise it should be relatively the same as walking in reverse?
  4. Whether the security situation in the Golan area calm enough for the trip.

Thank you very much.

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שחר  
#2 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:00:48 AM(UTC)
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First stroll, the security situation did not deter you! If people living there can go there too. Alas if extremist terrorists because a percentage of change all our lives are routine even in combat.
Secondly, unequivocally (in my opinion) Israel trail, more beautiful, more water (I think, but I've been a long time) and more.
I did the trail from South to North, not squatting, while everyone did the same with us and wondered why we were doing it against the direction, but after bringing the Golan except to Hermon percent increase in average days is peanuts and not noticeable. Something like 1% I think.
Anyway as long as you have fun:)
HarmonicWave  
#3 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:09:22 AM(UTC)
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Still, although after peak bloom.

As mentioned, except the end of Greece, walking less than a year.

I'd go with the Golan, particularly for diversification.

I think the security situation is explained (prepare to hear explosions from the Syrian side is the procedure name in recent years).

Sometimes certain sections are closed for a period of time (e.g. the second Ridge, close to the border). I think everything is open now, but make sure

shaharellert  
#4 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 7:33:40 AM(UTC)
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I was coming to the Golan for diversity (+ b & BS). This Division from six days-a-d. The weather right now, especially in the North.

It's easy to get hitched/ons by my husband.

About Greece going as specified, there is no significant difference except the Hermon.

ofer  
#5 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 10:12:29 AM(UTC)
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Expected to be stormy and rainy North from independence day (plus/minus) and three days ahead.

GibsonLP  
#6 Posted : Tuesday, April 21, 2015 8:01:59 AM(UTC)
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Thank you to everyone.

Tonight we're closing the final deal (Israel National Trail or the Golan ...) the weather currently looks rather in Golan, cafeteria should still be pleasant and even a little wet (we prefer rain on heat) around the Lake and global warming comes with encryption and our altitude climb-though the weather right now doesn't seem ideal כ״כ.

By the way, planning in the Israel National Trail (INT) is also marching North. Maybe by the Division of the Red Book, maybe not. Depending on how bad our fitness. We hope you walk without a backpack will be a factor here but what we remember is supposed to be significantly harder to walk north.

The idea is to sleep days and Tower of Safed to raise the vehicle on to Safed and take a taxi back (or pay for Zimmer to take the car and get back in the cab.)

It seems that this relatively short mcept most days because fertilization for doing there. So if your staying there for about 4 days.

In short – if anyone has any more tips/opinions will be happy to hear.

יענקל'ה סער  
#7 Posted : Tuesday, April 21, 2015 8:30:44 AM(UTC)
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Not just facts tips:

As it is related to b & BS in the Israel National Trail (INT) has many more options than for the Golan Heights.

Only the Tower has mooneeeee Zimmer. The cumulative rise from the sea of Galilee to Miron-1400 m.

Have a good time.

הלך  
#8 Posted : Tuesday, April 21, 2015 10:36:30 AM(UTC)
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As far as I know, the section for between 85 and sahoi ponds pools must not walk on rainy days because of danger. Recommend this guideline into consideration in dividing sections.
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