People hike along the Gilboa Walk in 1967. Nadav Mann / Beit Shturman Museum, the Betmuna collection

The Gilboa Walk, a Remnant of Israeli Togetherness

'Once we used to walk 30 or 40 kilometers and nobody thought it was a big deal,' says veteran participant.

The 50th Gilboa Walk planned for this weekend is the last of the large popular walks still held in Israel and the only one that attracts participants from abroad. The mass walks have declined in past decades,...

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