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Download our guide to access the Israel National Trail (INT) map, tracks, waypoints, and comments! The INT crosses the entire country of Israel. The trail begins at Kibbutz Dan, near the Lebanese border in the northernmost region of the country, and extends to Eilat at the southernmost tip of Israel on the Red Sea. The INT traverses a wide variety of ecosystems ranging from stunning desert craters, expansive beaches, to lush coniferous forests.

Avraham Tami brought the inspiration for the INT back to Israel after hiking the Appalachian Trail. He was also the first person to hike the trail in 1994. He hiked the entire trail in 21 days. The average hiker takes between 40 and 60 days to complete. Now more than 10,000 people hike some portion of the trail each year.