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En HaBesor village - the suspension bridge - Habesor trail - back to En HaBesor village

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Trail stats

Distance
17.55 mi
Elevation gain
285 ft
Technical difficulty
Moderate
Elevation loss
285 ft
Max elevation
473 ft
TrailRank 
30
Min elevation
298 ft
Trail type
Loop
Moving time
2 hours 42 minutes
Time
4 hours 38 minutes
Coordinates
4088
Uploaded
August 3, 2018
Recorded
August 2018
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473 ft
298 ft
17.55 mi

near ‘En HaBesor, Southern District (Israel)

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Itinerary description

Park in the parking lot in the center of the village of Ein Habesor and ride along the main road of the village to the east direction, passing through greenhouses. In the end of the greenhouses make right turn to the south on paved road that changed after some kilometer to offroad. This strait line road is for service to the under earth sewage pipe that comes from the Tel Aviv area treatment plant (ShafDan) to irrigate the fields in the area. After a few kilometers (following the map), cross the Besor wadi (stream that flow only in the winter) on a suspension bridge (please walk, ride is forbidden). At the end of the bridge turn left and ride on the single track follow the markings as seen in the picture. After long riding on the single track with some gentel slopes , according to the map, cross the wadi back to the southern bank and climb to Sharuhen Hill (ancient settelment) to the agricaltural plain to ride back to Ein Hbesor village.

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