The Israeli trail

A unique way to discover Israel, walk on her roads, and meet the people.
You can challenge yourself and do the trail from the north to the south or choose parts of it.
We recommend doing it with Israelis travelers or friends from the group.
Free Spirit will give you the equipment, the guidance, and the back for all you need to enjoy the challenge.

The Israeli trail

A unique way to discover Israel, walk on her roads, and meet the people.
You can challenge yourself and do the trail from the north to the south or choose parts of it.
We recommend doing it with Israelis travelers or friends from the group.
Free Spirit will give you the equipment, the guidance, and the back for all you need to enjoy the challenge.

The Israel National Trail, (Hebrew: שביל ישראל‎, Shvil Yisrael) is a hiking trail that crosses Israel between the southern and northern borders, traversing a wide range of landscapes, a rich variety of flora and fauna, and a diversity of cultures.

The trail stretches from Kibbutz Dan, near the Israel-Lebanon border, to Eilat on the Gulf of Aqaba. It was named by National Geographic as one of the 20 best "epic hiking trails" in the world. The INT is approximately 1100 km (683 miles) long. The exact length changes periodically as the Israel Trails Committee makes minor changes to the routing in various locations.

The Israel National Trail runs from the deserts of the south to the green mountain ranges of the north.

You can find information about the trail, preparation, photos, and more at this link https://www.israeltrail.net/

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