describes the hikeing trips of two israelies in the beautifull israel
welcome to read our trips notes and watch the tracks pictures
yours y-trip team
We started our trip in Moshav Arbel (Arbel
to Tiberias, on road number 7717. We parked our car
close to the Moshav gate, and started walking towards Arbel mountain on
an asphalt road (passable by cars to those who are not interested in
walking), the road goes
north-west from the gate and surrounds the
Friday gives a small amount of light
for travel, and leads us towards a trip next to the house on Alexander
river. A quick hitchhike with one of my family members to Kibbutz
Ma'abarot's gate, going under the bridge, and suddenly, we find
ourselves on the bank of Alexander river which flows strongly.
So, a combination of a cold day and two
got us to the way going down from the mysterious place called
"Tamrur cliff" through Bokek stream, to Ein Bokek which is
little bit east to the dead-sea hotels.
One of the
friendliest courses for a first degree
science student, is introduction to geology - and what is this course
with out a trip to a dripstones cave?
not to make our readers fall asleep, we won't explain the chemistry
aspect of the creation of the dripstones, stalagmites, ears and much
more other amazing art works.
O'clock in the
morning. We started our trip in Rosh Ha'Ain market - "Ramlle market".
Cooked food and nice clothes are sold there for very cheap prices. How
cheap you ask? There was an announcer who sold women shirts for 1
shekel each!!! The excitement was respectively. We hanged around the
market for a while, until everyone arrived.
When visiting Jerusalem
we don’t bother to plan
ahead, its just not necessary, where ever we put our feet its an
historical beautiful or surprising
This time we started our
trip in a small parking
lot at the front of mount Zion hotel (on Hebron road) and headed to the
city threw Hebron road. On the way we entered a small museum that holds
cable car that in the days of Israel independence war used to pass
across the valley to Zion mountain warriors.
This year Passover brings
besides of freedom spirit
and good weather also guarding in the Negev parking lots in the
courtesy of the
local tourists association.
We take this opportunity
to hike one of the most
beautiful hikes that have lots of interest points – cisterns, dry
observation points, giant rock cracks, and some challenge for this who
is the best month for flowers hiking, and
this time we choose an easy hike to Ramat hanadiv.
All the area was bought
and is being maintained
(very good and without entry fee) by the baron Rotchild family, that
is found in the middle of amazing flower garden and around it several
trails marked in the local hiker marking that is bit different from the
trails marking in Israel but is very clear and comfortable.
army duty is full of surprises, and this
time surplus of recruited soldiers granted my trip partner a week of on
joint staff expense.
In army quickness we
replaced the uniform in sun
lotion and the Apc in company car and reported in the Yehudia parking
July august heat was less
heavier this year, so we packed up our courage, frozen water bottles,
sun protection cream and on we go to the Yehudia – the most wildest and
beautiful of all the Golan streams, well known in its cool ponds,
ladders and iron steps needed to cross the stream canyon
of spring, the temperatures starting to rise
and soon the desert cool hiking season will be over and the summer
catch the last day of the spring with reasonable temperatures and went
the Rahaf wadi cliffs up to Massada.
trips in this web site were
conducted by y-trip team
the trips are only for describing our
trip and are not a trip suggestion
he who want to do one of this trips should consult the appropriate
responsibility on conduting the trips will be on the hiker only.