Best dogs no trails in Israel

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#1 - Israel National Trail
Dan, Northern District HaZafon, Israel
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Length: 616.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
The Israel National Trail, (Hebrew: שביל ישראל‎, Shvil Yisra'el) is a hiking path that was inaugurated in 1995. The trail crosses the entire country of Israel. Its northern end is at Dan, near the Lebanese border in the far north of the country, and it extends to Eilat at the southernmost tip of Israel on the Red Sea, a length of 1,015 km (631 mi). The trail is marked with three stripes: white, blue, and orange, signifying the white snow of the Hermon mountain, the blue of the Mediterranean sea, and the orange of the desert sand. The trail takes an average of 45-60 days to complete.Show more
#2 - Masada Snake Path
Masada National Park
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Length: 1.1 mi • Est. 1 h 7 m
Masada (מצדה) is a UNESCO Heritage Site and the second-most visited site in Israel, after Jerusalem. The Snake Path (שביל הנחש) was once the rear entrance to Masada, and consists of roughly 700 steps up the side of the mountain. Masada, the last fortress of Jewish freedom fighters protesting Roman rule, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and national park. Its camps, fortifications and assault ramp constitute the most complete surviving ancient Roman siege system in the world. Because of its history and the wonderful condition of its ruins, its second in popularity only to Jerusalem as an Israeli tourist destination. Herod, a Roman king of Judea, created Masada in 37-31 B.C. as a winter palace. In 66 AD it served as a fortress against a Roman attack. The snake path was a "back door" to the fortress and rarely used at the time. Today there are around 700 steps that cover 2 km, and gain 350 m (1,148 feet) in elevation. This trail is frequently completed by taking the tram back down, but you can also return the way you came or take the path down the other side of the plateau.Show more
#3 - Beeri Single
Beeri, Southern District HaDarom, Israel
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Length: 17.4 mi
Beeri Single (סינגל בארי) is the first mountain bike park in Israel. This trail has something for all levels including a 9 km family loop and the more expert 28 km full loop. In the spring, wild poppies, the national flower of Israel, grow in abundance in the area!Show more
#4 - Gilabon Stream
Katzrin, Golan Heights, Israel
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Length: 1.7 mi • Est. 1 h 1 m
This is a trail along the Gilabun river (נחל ג'ילבון). It passes a beautiful waterfall and natural pool to swim in after a hot hike. Do not forget your bathing suit!Show more
#5 - Hula Valley Loop
Hula Nature Reserve
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Length: 6.1 mi • Est. 2 h 28 m
This is the Hula Valley Loop (עמק החולה מעגלי) around the Hula Valley Nature Reserve. The Hula Valley is an agricultural region in northern region of Israel. It is a major stopover for birds migrating along the Syrian-African Rift Valley between Africa, Europe, and Asia. An estimated 500 million migrating birds now pass through the Hula Valley every year. The best times to view the migrating birds is in the Fall and the Spring.Show more
#6 - Masada Loop
Masada National Park
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Length: 3.8 mi • Est. 2 h 25 m
Masada (מצדה), the last fortress of Jewish freedom fighters protesting Roman rule, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and national park. Its camps, fortifications and assault ramp constitute the most complete surviving ancient Roman siege system in the world. Because of its history and the wonderful condition of its ruins, its second in popularity only to Jerusalem as an Israeli tourist destination. Herod, a Roman king of Judea, created Masada in 37-31 B.C. as a winter palace. In 66 AD it served as a fortress against a Roman attack.Show more
#7 - Jesus Trail
HaArbel Nature Reserve
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Length: 40.2 mi • Est. Multi-day
The Jesus Trail (שביל ישו) is a 65km / 40 mile route from Nazareth to the Sea of Galilee that connects sites from the life of Jesus as it passes through Christian, Muslim and Jewish communities along the way. The trail is way-marked and publicly accessible, maintained by the Israeli Society for the Protection of Nature (SPNI), blazed with orange and white stripes.Show more
#8 - Beit Guvrin Loop
Bet Guvrin – Maresha National Park
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Length: 5.7 mi • Est. 2 h 18 m
This trail is a loop trail around Beit Guvrin (בית גוברין מעגלי). Beit Guvrin-Marsha National Park is the heart of the "Land of a Thousand Caves". This park is packed with displays of ancient architectural brilliance- From an entire amphitheater from the Roman period, to countless caves made for a range of ancient uses, the remains of a fortress and a church from the Crusader period; there is no shortage of things to marvel at in this park. This trail borders a military training zone; travelers are urged to stay on the trail and exercise caution if going off trail.Show more
#9 - Ein Avdat to Sde Boker
Ein Avdat National Park
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Length: 9.7 mi • Est. 4 h 53 m
Travel from Ein Avdat to Sde Boker (עין עבדת לשדה בוקר) on this route through some of the Negev Desert shiniest gems. The trailhead is in the ancient city of Avdat. For centuries this has been an important stop on the Incense Road between Petra in Jordan and the seaport of Gaza from where goods were regularly shipped to Europe. Continue on the route to reach two of the most beautiful oases in the desert Ein Akev. Ein Akev Elion is indicated in the dryness thanks to the green of trees and bushes that densely grow along the flow, and Ein Akev Teachton (known simply as Ein Akev) with its 10m deep pool, is the largest and most striking spring in the Israeli desert. A swim here on a hot day is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.Show more
#10 - Rehovot:Yatziz, Sorek and Givat Brenner
Rehovot, Central District HaMerkaz, Israel
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Length: 26.7 mi
This is a great bike route around the Rehovot city area, which goes around the Yatziz, Sorek Junction and Giva'at Brener areas (רחובות: יזיץ, שורק וגבעת ברנר).Show more
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