The Israel National Trail is a hiking path which crosses the entire country from the Kibbutz Dan in the north to the southernmost tip by the Red Sea. The trail was mapped out in 1991 and inaugurated in 1995. It covers 580 miles, divided in to 11 sections and would require about 60 days to complete.
The trail traverses the most beautiful sites and scenery, routes and vistas and includes the upper and lower Galilee, Carmel Range, Sharon Plain, Judean Hills, Coastal Plain and Negev and Arava Deserts.
A hiking shoe with flowers and a map of Israel in the background. Around the rim, the inscription, "Israel National Trail" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
The denomination, "1, 2 or 10" with the year of issue "5770/2010" and the word "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. The inscription, "Independence Day 2010" in Hebrew and English. The State Emblem at the top. "New Sheqel" or "New Sheqalim" below the denomination. The Proof coins mintmarked with a Hebrew 'mem' below the denomination. The Proof-like coins with a six pointed 'Star of David'.
NIS-New Israel Sheqalim