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Maoz
2004-06-09, 15:44
It's been a while since I visited the forum and hope you are all well!!!
About a month ago I finish tru-hike the INT, which I guess none of you have ever heard about. The information in this forum and in the HQ help me plan & hike it succecfully.
You are wellcome to read my journal and learn more about the INT at: http://www.trailjournals.com/maozinon.
Hope you will enjoy it. I uploaded more then 60 photos...

I plan to come to the US in July and hike along the central + northen parts of the PCT. Is any of you going to be around?
It would be nice to have a partner for the first few days.

I would probably have lots of questions as the D day coming closer. I trust you guys for your good advices...



http://www.trailjournals.com/maozinon/

SGT Rock
2004-06-20, 19:18
Very cool. I plan to read the whole thing.

Pencil Pusher
2004-07-24, 19:12
Hey Maoz, I read some of your journals and checked out all your pics. I never would've thought those were pictures of Israel. That was quite the experience, I did like the metal ladder descending down, in that one photo. Just so happens I went ice climbing with an Israeli in Canada last year. He also lives here in Seattle. So when you get up this way, drop a line here.
Have a good hike.

jkutta
2004-09-27, 19:40
I am planning to hike the Israel National Trail thru. Any information on where you are aloud to sleep along the trail? Trying to do it with out having to stay anywhere, only outdoors. Any kind of informative websites or other information would be a great help thanks.
MrK9102@AOL.com

Maoz
2004-10-02, 15:08
Hi,
Im in the Glapagos Islands at the moment, waqiting for my boat to leave tomorrow morning. I just checket google for "Israel National trail" and found out that this is the first link. hope it will stay there...
I just wrote the first version of the INT FAQ you can see it on my journal - http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?id=81725.
Im seriously thinking of writing a guide book for the trail, both in English & Hebrew + to build a website for it. Any way it will take my another 4-5 month till Igo back home, but it night be fun to go back on this beautiful trail.

Hope every on in the forums are fine and had a great summer with alot of hiking and camping as I did.

Any question on the trail you can forward directly to me. Ill do my best to help...