Hiking in Israel: 10 Best Day Trips on the Israeli National Track

Hiking in Israel offers a wide range of experiences and adventures at all ages and experiences. The Israeli highway, 620 miles north-south from Israel, includes most of Israel's most significant and beautiful hiking trails. No wonder, therefore, that the best daily excursions can be found on the trail. Here are the 10 best daily excursions for individuals and families looking for cycling in Israel. Evaluating the best daily excursions on the Israeli National Track is not an easy task. If I had to write for one trip, the Karbolet Mountains will win the prize. Many hikers find this most beautiful day on the trail, but this is also the most challenging one. The common opinion is that the Negev desert is the most beautiful part of the path. The Negev is my own favorite. 75 percent of Israelis agree with me.

When you walk in the desert, you sometimes feel that you are alone in front of the earth and the god. The Negev night sky is different; because of the low population and low light pollution there are more stars than any other area. The sight is astonishing. The fresh desert woke up like breakfast. Everything is happily silent. I recommend 5 traces to Negev and five north from Arad. In my personal opinion, they are all nicer than in the northern part of Israel, but they are not in a preferred order (except the Karbolet Mountain, which I will be writing for the first time).

Unless otherwise specified, you can approach the beginning and end of a day with your private vehicle or taxi. Logistics of return and return usually leads to one end and back to the car on the other. All tracks are shown north to north.

A detailed description of rolling routes in both directions along with topographic maps that allow navigation can be found in the Hiking Israel National trail guide

1. Carbolet : This is the most beautiful and the most challenging day trip. 18 km long. It starts at the gate at Oron Power Plant and ends with the Night Camp of the Madori Stream, which can only be reached in 4X4. This hiking is for experienced hikers, and the sight is wonderful in the whole. You walk along the edge of the spine, west to a depth, and a 45 degree slope in the east. Many people resemble this edge of the knives.

There are some steep climbs and hillsides along the way. You must deliver at least 6 liters of water per person and even more on warmer days. It's slow and heavy on the ridge, but it's getting harder along the Afran Stream. Leave the night before the rain from the Afran Stream, the path is dangerous because of the deterioration of eyesight. Carefully plan your time and make sure it does not enter dark hours. Take a flashlight in every case. If time does not allow you to escape on the Afran Stream, avoid it and go along the Mador Stream.

Getting from Oron via Mador through the Afran runs only to the lower part, longer. This segment is not recommended for large groups between October and March as they are moving slowly. We also recommend that your groups are small and agile. Hiking in the desert itself is dangerous, and small accidents can be a great deal of trouble in desert conditions. Travel safely and enjoy.

2. Nadiv Gardens in Caesarea : This is a 10 km long tour. Easy and suitable for families. There will be no more than 3 l of water per person and there is enough refilling point. Add the "Taninim River" (River Alligator) to the trail to extend it to 13 km. It is one of the most varied day trips on the National Road of Israel and offers a lot: Nature and beautiful spring flowers in spring, wonderful scenery, archaeological finds and magnificent beach. It starts from the beautiful Ha-Nadiv grades, especially in spring. "Carmel Edge" (Hotem Ha & # 39; Carmel) offers breathtaking views, walking steep, but short and fast. Be careful when the recent drops have slippery on the ground. Rarely the Taninim River is flooded, it has to pass through the old Benyaminina quarry and go back to the north. Walk through the Taninim River and then pass through the underpass on Route 4. You will see the 10th legion symbol, which was carved from stone and built the plumbing. Cross Jiser of Zarka and reach a picturesque fishing village. Walk south along the coast to reach Caesarea where you can enjoy a tour of the old ruins.

3. Small crater wind Ein Yorke & amp; amp; am : 15 km long and left on a moderately sloping slope at Ma? Ale Yamin, climb a 10-meter ladder and a a short walk on the cliff, the trail is fairly easy. You must deliver 4 L of water per person. Walk from Route 227 to the beautiful view of the Little Crater. Go back and go west to Mezad Zafir. The views of the Yamin planes are beautiful. Today in Yamin, your ecstasy sounds over 5 seconds, yells and you hear yourself. Beautiful bloom happens in autumn. Go down the Yamin Stream and go west to Wadi Hatira. Go up the Palmach climb on a 10-meter-high ladder. Comes to Ein Yorke.

4. From the Gazit node to Upper Nazeareth: 18 km, intermediate trail, especially towards the Tabor Mountains, which is steep and challenging. Make 4 L of water per person. Your efforts will be rewarded with the breathtaking view of Mount Tabor. Go down to Shibliba on the Ben-Keshet Forest and Debora Hill, where you are watching Mt. Tamburindob. Go down and up the Barak Creek through the Nazareth Iris Reserve, which blooms in February-March. End in the Upper Nazareth

5. Move from Ramon to Mevar Geviman on Route 40: 14 km (19 if you continue to the Mitzpe Ramon Field School). 5 l water / person. The setting up of "Ramon's tooth" is difficult, and so is the "Zohalim Valley". If you do not want to go to the gym school, go to the crater on the green marked trail and join the Israeli national track after 1km. This saves you 5 km. The Mitzpe Ramon Promenade is one of the most beautiful views of the Israeli National Course in 19459005. There is only one tree on the path and it can relax in its shadow. Continue to the south for "Ramon's tooth – Shen Ramon", steep climb, then go down and climb through the "Zohalim Valley" to another beautiful view of the crater. The tour ends on Route 40.

6. Sataf Bar Giora: 15 km, intermediate trip. Especially nice spring. Start the Sataf. In the early morning in the winter, the River Riverside Valley is often packed in heavy fogs, which is beautiful from top to bottom. Go down the Sataf River to Sorek stream, continue to Ein-Heindak and Hirbat Sa'im in the Ma'wahyan trail (Springs trail). The view is gorgeous. Go down to the Refa's Valley, which is quite steep. Go up to the Kobi Stream to Ein-Kobe. Continue with some pine forests. Bar Giora is on 386, a few hundred meters from the trails.

7. Barak stream Zihora: 30 km, intermediate or longer due to its length. It is a steep rise on the Barak Canyon and a steep hill in the Vardit canyon. Spray 5 l of water per person. Go to Barak Nightclub, approx. 2 km on route 90 and continue along the Barak stream and up to the Barak Canyon with the help of ladders and rocks. Continue on the mostly plain path and reach the Vardit canyon, go down to the ladders and the rods. In winter, after the flood you can swim in the water-full recesses. Go along the Vardit canyon and walk along the wide valley of the River Paran, south to the Zihor junction. Yesha hub for Dishon village: 16 km, easy to intermediate, suitable for families to hike in Israel. Take 4 L of water per person. Leave the beautiful view of the Hula Valley Keren Naftalya. The best season is spring. Walking on the Dishon River is fun and very beautiful.

9. Beek Metek to Timna Park: 15 km, only accessible by 4×4 on Route 12. Timna's outlook is absolutely breathtaking. Today, Milhan is steep and beautiful. Pass "Bik" at Sasgon "and the stunning Sasgon Mountains. At the entrance to Tinma Park, go up to Timna Mountain, from where you can see the whole area. In the afternoon, desert colors are particularly eye-catching. The end of Timna Lake. Spray 5 l of water per person. Today's Milhan's uproar is difficult and climbing to Timna Hill. Mt. Meron: 13 km, starting at Hirbat Humema and ending in Meron village. Suitable for families. 3 L water / person. Mt. Meron is a bit difficult, but not too steep. To climb Mt. Neria for a beautiful view. Continue to the top to the peak camp. From here Hirbat B, Hirbat Shema and Moshav Meron (Meron Village)

Source by Jacob Saar

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