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Trails added by Tal Rozow in South District, Israel (3)

Ramon crater panorama
Intermediate trail biking, Mitzpe Ramon, Be'er Sheva, South District, Israel, 10.08.2016, Tal Rozow
Ramon crater is the largest erosion crater in the world, this trail is based partially on the X-Israel MTB trail and using some local trails and double track will give you a good panorama of the crater and some nice and easy singletrack in the desert.
Great for sunrises and early morning\later afternoon rides in the summer, as the area is high and dry. Also great for winter rides. This trail is a circle going back to the town so no shuttles or complicated logistics are needed. [ read more... ]
Raham Enduro trail
Difficult trail biking, Eilat Mountains, Be'er Sheva, South District, Israel, 10.08.2016, Tal Rozow
The city of Eilat at the southern most point of Israel offers plenty of attractions around its tropical sea: water sports, scuba diving and more... but look around and if you're a mountain biker the mountains will be calling out to you. Raham trail isn't an official bike trail (its based on hiking routes) but became one of the best Enduro trails in the country. It has a couple of small climbs but overall offers about an hour of high action riding with some great desert landscapes.
There are almo... [ read more... ]
Ein Bokek ( Arad to the dead sea )
Difficult trail biking, Arad, Be'er Sheva, South District, Israel, 23.05.2016, Tal Rozow
One of the unique rides you can find in Israel, dropping from about 600 meters above sea level in the desert city of Arad down to 300 below sea level at the dead sea ( locally refereed to as the salt sea ).
The trail is mostly a descent, with the first part being a bit steep and technical, a long and moderate almost flat trail and then a very technical and loose descent to the end of the trail. Super fun but you should be familiar with desert riding or riding over loose surfaces, a bit of protec... [ read more... ]