Hiking TraIl nearby Mitzpe Ramon population.

Hiking TraIl nearby Mitzpe Ramon population.

The largest locality in the area is Dimona, with a population of 33,558 persons, at a distance of 53.356 kilometers from the center of the map.
The nearest is Mitzpe Ramon (4,769 persons), at a distance of 26.528 kilometers.

The following indicators give us an idea of the difficulty of the route:
  1. Trail length: 19.089 kilometers.
  2. Min height: -11 meters above sea level.
  3. Max height: 343 meters above sea level.
  4. Average height: 147 meters above sea level.
  5. Average slope uphill: 10.254 %.
  6. Average slope downhill: -4.996 %.
  7. Mathematical difficulty index: 19.168.

Map

Start place:

Israel National Trail, Arava Tichona Regional Council, South District, Israel

Arrival place:

Nearby localities

  1. Mitzpe Ramon ( Population: 4,769 persons, At a distance of 26.528 kilometers from the center of the map)
  2. Midreshet Ben-Gurion ( Population: 1,100 persons, At a distance of 38.749 kilometers from the center of the map)
  3. Yeroẖam ( Population: 8,631 persons, At a distance of 45.032 kilometers from the center of the map)
  4. Dimona ( Population: 33,558 persons, At a distance of 53.356 kilometers from the center of the map)
  5. Petra ( Population: 14,000 persons, At a distance of 58.554 kilometers from the center of the map)
  6. Buşayrā ( Population: 7,154 persons, At a distance of 59.423 kilometers from the center of the map)
  7. Aţ Ţayyibah ( Population: 4,265 persons, At a distance of 62.609 kilometers from the center of the map)
  8. Aţ Ţafīlah ( Population: 25,429 persons, At a distance of 62.804 kilometers from the center of the map)

Nearby trails.

  1. SHEVIL ISRAEL Segment #50 06-JAN-12 17:12:20 (at a distance of 0.004 kilometers)
  2. SHEVIL ISRAEL Segment #49 07-JAN-12 17:21:51 (at a distance of 0.005 kilometers)
  3. חניון סהרונים להר חרוט (at a distance of 0.011 kilometers)
  4. SHEVIL ISRAEL Segment #51 30-NOV-12 16:10:24 (at a distance of 0.016 kilometers)

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