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Welcome To Trekking in Israel,

This project is a non profit website that is given to you by expert trekkers that love their country. You will find here several long treks in Israel with detailed explanations and everything a trekker wants to know about trekking in Israel. Take your time and plan a wonderful tour to our diverse and beautiful country. We will be very happy to help. Feel free to write us!

Trek safely and have a great time – Trekking in Israel!!!

Want to start Trekking? Here are some  treks in Israel that we are proud to show to you step by step…

Sea to SeaTrekking In Israel - Sea to Sea
This beautiful classic trail is one of the most thrilling, green and heart-warming trail…

Mt. Arif & Mt. CarcomTrekking In Israel - Mt Arif & Mt. Carcom
Of all the less travelled regions in Israel this is by far the most beautiful of them all! If you ask any Israeli…

East RamonTrekking In Israel - East Ramon
The Ramon Makhtesh (Matkhesh Ramon), is the largest crater, and by far the most geologically diverse and interesting one. Colorful rocks, sands, volcanic dikes and Basalt Hexagons can be seen all over the place.

Central Negev Mt.Trekking In Israel - Central Negev Mt.
This is ‘Rough’ desert Trekking ! do not come unprepared!!!

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Judeah Desert
Trekking In Israel - Judeah Desert3 day trek in the wild desert of Judea with dazzling views of the dead sea, desert springs, deep desert streams and the grand finale of Mezada, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Golan Heights
Trekking In Israel - Golan HeightsThe Golan heights is one of Israel’s least inhabited and wildest areas. It is a large volcanic plateu with numerous dormant volcanoes. It is located near the Syrian border. The trek starts at the highest mountain in Israel and travels south between local villages and vast farming areas and mostly nature.

The Small & Big Makhtesh
Trekking In Israel - Small-and-Big-Makhtesh-Trekthese two phenomena makes for beautiful and interesting views.

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