- The Israel National Trail is a walking path that covers the entire length of the State of Israel. It begins at Kibbutz Dan in the north and ends in Eilat. It current length is 1,100 kilometers.
- The Israel National Trail has been chosen as one of the 20 best hiking trails by the National Geographic and has been described as combining nature, history, heritage and culture with biblical scenery on a large scale as well as scenes of modern day life in Israel.
- The route may traverse firing ranges, and tours taking place during the weekmust therefore be coordinated with the IDF.
The route length is 14 kms. It commences at the Mitzpe Ramon Visitor Center, continues with a quick descent to the floor of the Ramon Crater, a difficult but short climb to the Ramon Pinnacle from which there is a magnificent view of the crater from within the crater. The route ends with a short turn to another attraction, the Ammonite Wall, which are fossilized marine snails that are millions of years old.