In a long-distance hike, it is most important to eat foods that are simple, healthy, and nutritious. Our menu was designed with the help of a dietitian.

The Hike involves eating fresh food three times a day:

– Early morning ( at the camp)
– Lunch (that we take with us on the route)
– Dinner ( at the camp)

Suitable for also for Kashruth observes

We welcome you to a healthy lifestyle, a chance to declutter your mind and body of foods that harm you

Get ready to cook up a tasty meal with our field kitchen full of equipment!

There are three meals:


What's for breakfast:

Healthy and popular worldwide, oats are an excellent snack!

Also available is fresh yogurt with a mix of dry fruits, granola, and nuts, instead of oats.

Scrambled eggs are also available.


What’s for Lunch:

Various spreads, bread, eggs, Personal tuna cane, tahini, etc. 

 A variety of fruits and vegetables.



What’s for dinner:

Beans, lentils, lentils, peas, hummus, and other legumes are rich in protein (we soak them in advance).

The meal we are going to cook will contain legumes and vegetables.

A variety of salads, pastas, rice, etc.


A big hot water kettle will welcome you at sunrise and sunset next to the bonfire.


You will find a box with tea, coffee, cocoa, herbs, 100% milk powder, sugar, and sweetener next to the kettle.

 Be sure to bring along food containers, since you will be eating from them during the hike.

build our community on the trail Except on Saturdays, dinner is prepared by a small group for the rest of the community. Each week you will be asked to join other hikers to either cook the group meal from recipes we will provide, or clean up the pots and pans. These activities are part of how we build our community on the trail

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