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Above: View from Mount Aminadav on the new Jerusalem section of the Israel National Trail, with the ancient farming terraces around the village of Battir seen in the distance.
Bex – The Ordinary Adventurer – Walking Israel
Bex from Basingstoke, UK, recently completed a 52-day, 1020-km hike on the Israel National Trail. Her site includes a comprehensive list of needed items as well as the planning process for a thru-hiking the Shvil Yisrael, and dozens of beautiful photos and descriptions of the experience.
We don't usually feature short trips, but this website is extraordinary. The photographs are professional, and the selection of locations gives you a good sense of the variety of landscapes along the trail.