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Recent stories from the Abraham Path:

Arcades in Ancient Cities

I’m terrible at killing zombies. I learned this fact, alongside the more conventional things you would expect - like the Hellenistic history of the hilltop ruins, or my host family’s plans to expand their guesthouse - while visiting the…

How I Foolishly Agreed to Break a Wild Camel

Some hikers use "vehicle support" when traveling quickly along a long-distance trail -- that is, a driver meets them at different points along the route and resupplies them with food, water, and other equipment, thus enabling them to travel…

Answers to the Abraham Path Trivia Quiz

Last month we sent you a quick quiz that tests your knowledge about the Abraham Path. Now, we are happy to explain the answers! But first, we would like to thank all those who submitted responses, as well as the five winners who will each…

Wilderness First Aid Training Helps Rescue Injured Hiker

The Abraham Path Initiative strives to play a supporting role to local stakeholders. By providing advice, as well as educational and logistical support, our hope is that locally-led efforts will help the path will grow to be an integral component…

Theatre Brings Community Based Tourism to the Classroom

The Abraham Path's success depends entirely on local investment. Therefore, much of the efforts to build sustainable infastructure for tourism along the path involve increasing awareness and understanding among local communities. This outreach…

Pass it along––A Bedouin Classroom in the South Sinai Desert

The South Sinai is unique for many reasons, but the thriving Bedouin culture is a great reason to visit in its own right. As is often the case with traditional cultures, modernization and the shift toward cities has made it challenging to…
 

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