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The Shikma Circular Bike Trails

The Shikma Circular Bike Trails

This information is a recommendation only. Please ride carefully and responsibly. Some routes are for mixed-use of vehicles and cyclists. Riders must adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to the signage. Difficulty level: Basic riding proficiency Route length: The first part of the trail, from Kibbutz Dorot to Ruhama, is about 8.5 km. The basic alternative to return to Ruhama for Dorot is about 6.3 km. (Dorot-Ruhma-Dorot Basic Trail is about 14.6 km). The Northern loop alternative from Ruhama to Dorot is about 11.5 km (Dorot-Ruhma-Dorot through the Northern loop is about 20 km). From the Northern loop, the "Bror Hayil Loop" splits off, about 19.5 km (Dorot-Ruhma-Dorot via Bror Hayil Loop is about 28 km). Start and end point: The Shikma Region single tracks have three possible entrances - The entrance to Kibbutz Ruhama; The entrance to Kibbutz Dorot, and; On the Shikma Scenic Trail, near Bror Hayil. For a circular route it is advisable...

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Shokeda community forest route – blue single track

Shokeda community forest route – blue single track

This information is a recommendation only. Please ride carefully and responsibly. Some routes are for mixed-use of vehicles and cyclists. Riders must adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to the signage. Difficulty level: easy riding Route length: 7.5 km Start and end point: One can embark from two start/end points - Be'eri and the Shokeda Forest (it is a circular, one-way, clockwise trail). Summary of the trip area: The route passes through the distant and blooming corners of the Shokeda Forest. It is marked by wooden posts featuring a small blue plaque with a cyclist in the center. Summary of the route:  * From Be'eri: Ride on the dirt road parallel to the entrance road to Be'eri toward Road 232. Cross and enter the road on the right, where you will see the single track signage. Then, 200m on, on the single track, you will reach a fork and take a left, duly marked...

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HaBsor Single track

HaBsor Single track

Please ride carefully and responsibly, adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to signage. Difficulty level: high Route length: 36 km Summary of the route: The explanation is from south to north, but the rider may go in both directions - from Kibbutz Tze'elim to Be'eri or vice versa.. From Tze'elim tower, ride adjacent to Road 222 towards the Tze'elim Junction, turn left to HaBsor Stream and cross to the other side; at the fork, turn left and ride along the banks of the stream and back on track. Around ​​HaBsor Reservoirs, go up a little from the stream for a scenic ride and come back down. A little after Sharuhen Mound, go up from the stream again and enter HaBsor Park (Eshkol). Continue on the British railway bridge and cross the stream. Continue riding along the stream and near the Nirim reservoir, cross Road 232 under the bridge and go to the Gama...

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Singletrack in Sharsheret Park – Gerar Ravines

Singletrack in Sharsheret Park – Gerar Ravines

This information is a recommendation only. Please ride carefully and responsibly. Some routes are for mixed-use of vehicles and cyclists. Riders must adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to the signage. Difficulty level: First Loop - Easy riding; Second Loop - medium. Route length:  The Sharsheret Park West (First Loop, Green Signage) - 7.5 km. Gerar Ravines (Green and Blue signage) - 14.5 km. The Sharsheret Park East (Blue signage) - 16 km. Start and end point: Sharsheret Park, Gerar Stream. Summary of the trip area: Nahal Gerar (Gerar Stream) crosses the entire Northern Negev from the Lahav forest to the sea. On the way, it passes through several springs that supply water all year long, around which stretches the pleasant Sharsheret park, with its large variety of flora and fauna, especially noticeable in the winter and spring seasons. Single riding is in the marked direction - clockwise. Summary of the route: The single track starts...

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Alon Singletrack at Lahav Forest

Alon Singletrack at Lahav Forest

This information is a recommendation only. Please ride carefully and responsibly. Some routes are for mixed-use of vehicles and cyclists. Riders must adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to the signage. Difficulty level: Medium Route length: 13.4 km. Start and end point: Jo Alon Center, Lahav Forest Summary of the trip area: A circular route called the Alon Single track was paved in the Lahav Forest. It runs through the entire forest and includes panoramic views between natural woodland and archaeological sites. On the eastern edge of the forest are the Rimon ruins, impressive remains of an ancient synagogue, and dozens of caves that were used for living, agricultural storage facilities and more, testifying to a large Jewish settlement that existed here. On the other side of the forest, one would find Khirbat Abu Hof, with the remains of two large churches, a columbarium, agricultural facilities and more. The singlet rack is...

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The Rimon Single Track in Lahav Forest – Kramim

The Rimon Single Track in Lahav Forest – Kramim

This information is a recommendation only. Please ride carefully and responsibly. Some routes are for mixed-use of vehicles and cyclists. Riders must adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to the signage. Difficulty level: High riding proficiency Route length: 8 km. Start and end point: The entrance to the trail is at the Shvadron Farm carpark in the Lahav Forest. Summary of the trip area: Riding in the southern part of Lahav Forest is a genuine riders' "playground" incorporating various technical elements. The single track is marked by red wooden posts. Riding in the marked direction is clockwise. Summary of the route: Upon entering the single track and after a short climb, the view opens up, and you will see on a hill near Kibbutz Lahav the ruins of Rimon - an ancient Jewish settlement with a large synagogue that was built during the Second Temple period and existed until the end of the Byzantine period. The...

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Shokeda community forest route – red singletrack

Shokeda community forest route – red singletrack

This information is a recommendation only. Please ride carefully and responsibly. Some routes are for mixed-use of vehicles and cyclists. Riders must adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to the signage. Difficulty level: medium-high Route length: 12.5 km Start and end point: Be'eri (circular, one-way, clockwise). Summary of the trip area: The route passes through the distant and blooming corners of the Shokeda Forest. It is marked by wooden posts featuring a small red plaque with a cyclist in the center. Summary of the route:  * From Be'eri: Ride on the dirt road parallel to the entrance road to Be'eri toward Road 232. Cross and enter the road on the right, where you will see the single track signage. Then, 200m on, on the single track, you will reach a fork and take a right, duly marked in red. It has many ups and downs, with natural slides. On the way, you will pass...

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Nir Moshe Bike Trail

Nir Moshe Bike Trail

Please ride carefully and responsibly, adhere to all traffic rules and pay attention to signage. Difficulty level: medium Route length: 10 km Start and end point: Nir Mosher Forest, opposite the entrance to Moshav Nir Moshe. Summary of the area: In the Nir Moshe Forest, there is a great variety of trees, including pines, cypresses, eucalyptus, and sycamores, and within it winds the bike trail that KKL-JNF has paved. The single track is marked by wooden posts with a drawing of a bicycle inside a blue circle and a blue arrow in the direction of traffic. Summary of the route: North of the entrance to Moshav Nir Moshe, you will notice an explanatory sign on the bike trail and turn left with the signage toward the single track. The trail begins in a young grove and later reaches an open area and returns into the grove. After 6.2 km, we will reach a fork with...

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