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Beeri Trail

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

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One of the most beautiful and fun trails in Israel. It looks like riding through the theme park, since the environment completely changes during the ride.

Start/End of the ride is at the small parking at the exit from road [232]. Trail is marked with the red path mark, although marks are not well maintained and in some places are somewhat confusing. However, trail marks are numbered (not every) and that helps to figure out if you are on the right track.
There is a map at the start of the trail (in Hebrew) that helps.

Trail will take you through the meadows, forest, sand, flowers..

If anyone wants more information or Google Earth trail mark, email me at vladimir DOT pran AT gmail DOT com
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Review Date
March 12, 2010

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: lkfoster ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
~20 km loop through pasture land a couple km east of Gaza. Relatively smooth hard pack for the most part with a few sandy bits, usually at the bottom of some nice fast descents. Nothing too technical, though the tall water bars placed there to capture rain water for trees and get a bit repetitive.

Excellent bike shop and canteen at the start/finish.

Expect to see cattle and bedouin sheep herders along the trail.

Recommended Route:
Well sign-posted anti-clockwise 1 way loop starting at the bike shop at the entrance to the kibbutz. There is a side loop off to the right available at post #30, about 3 km in, but the main loop continues straight ahead.

There's a number of paved and dirt roads available if you want to bail mid-ride.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Gevar'am to the north.



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