Another Hebrew word of movement is לְטַפֵּס (le-tah-PESS), to climb.
I neglected to take pictures of the actual hike on the Gilboa – I forgot I was going to write about climbing.
Instead, suffice it to say that טִפַּסְנוּ עַל הַהָר (tee-PAHS-noo al hah-HAHR).
And if you’re a parent with kids home from school for Passover or spring break, perhaps you’ll relate to this notion:
לְטַפֵּס עַל הַקִּירוֹת (le-tah-PESS al hah-kee-ROHT) – to climb on the walls (what kids/people do when they’re bored or agitated).