JNF launches 3 new bike paths in North

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June 13, 2011 18:42

 
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Jewish National Fund-Karen Kayemet LeIsrael has inaugurated three new bike paths in the North, the organization announced on Monday. The paths include an eight-kilometer trail around Nazareth Illit, a 30-kilometer path at the Gilboa ski compound and a 25-meter route around Kiryat Tivon, a statement from the group said.

"JNF promotes the issue of the bike path breakthrough and riding in forests as part of the policy of opening the woods to leisure and vacation activities for the public and part of JNF's contribution to eco-tourism," JNF Chairman Efi Stenzler said in the statement.


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