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Sé fólk several dag grípa along the Jesús Trail

It was very nice exsperyance to walk in a 30 degrees heat for us, we are used to may be 5. We did... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2017
gudjon421
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Kopavogur, Iceland
Not worth your time

I planned to do the trail in four stages and unfortunately had to leave it after two days but I... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2017
Helen S
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

It was very nice exsperyance to walk in a 30 degrees heat for us, we are used to may be 5. We did not take the whole trail, but did some day trips. Some times sé even walked 4 km, and then we walked back...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

I planned to do the trail in four stages and unfortunately had to leave it after two days but I don't think I would try to complete the full trail another time. Of course I can only judge the trail from Nazareth to Kibbutz Lavi,...More

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Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

I am an experienced hiker and had done several hikes, 1 to 6 weeks in length, alone prior to this hike. So I can truthfully say that this hike was the most challenging one I've ever done and definitely not for novices, even if with...More

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Reviewed 7 April 2017

We've walked the trail from Nazareth to Tiberias in 4 days. We are in our mid-30s and love hiking but are not very fit, so we've planned to walk about 12 km per day in the following manner: Day 1: Nazareth to Kfar Cana Day...More

5  Thank Maayan H
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Reviewed 7 February 2017

I enjoyed walking the Jesus Trail very much. I walked it in 2 days, but would recommend 3 days in order to have more time to enjoy the landscape and especially the different cultural stops on the way. It is very well marked, so you...More

8  Thank emorre
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Reviewed 26 October 2016

We did the Jesus Trail in 4 days from Nazareth to Magdala. If you go to Nazareth I would recommend two days to see all the biblical/historical places. Our first day we arrived at Nazareth 13 : 00. We had to go to mount Precipice...More

4  Thank Raytrail
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Reviewed 22 June 2016

What an experience.. Well planned stays at Jewish Kibbutz , Arab, Christian, Palastinian hotels and guest houses on our walk from Nazareth to Carpeneum was life changing. It is not always the prettiest of sights as you have to get from town to town thru...More

7  Thank cooperft
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Reviewed 2 June 2016 via mobile

The Jesus Trail was not what i expected. In the book it said you don't have to be an experienced hiker. I decided to take my 3 yr old daughter along. Not a wise choice. The roads out of the towns are very steep. They...More

11  Thank Cassandra V
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Reviewed 8 November 2015 via mobile

As an experienced hiker I was expecting an easy meander from Nazareth to Capernaum. Not the case. Parts of the trail especially on the route from Nazareth to Cana are not well marked. Navigating it requires trail blazes, guidebook and GPS. Also on that section...More

10  Thank Ian H
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Reviewed 21 October 2015

We went to Nazareth expressly to do this trail......the book of the same name says its clearly marked all the way and it is not! ...we got completely lost on the first leg of it and had to come back, in extreme heat, because soon...More

4  Thank Roysie1
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dlmpwells
4 September 2016|
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There is some access to washrooms, but not many public options. There are bathrooms at Zippori National Park and Arbel National Park. There is a public bathroom at Golani Junction at the free campground. The churches along... More
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slav198
28 March 2016|
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Hi- you can access the Horns of Hattin from the road below near Nebi Shu'eib via a 20 min or so hike uphill, of you can access it by getting off highway 79 to the south and walking a flatter 15-20 from where you leave the... More
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TiesOvereinder
13 January 2015|
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It can be quite hot in June, and dehydration and heat exhaustion is a serious risk. If you can avoid the summer months (June-Aug), you will have a more positive experience.
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