I did not create this, but found it linked (not credited) from the INT entry on Wikipedia, and it's originally from here. I've found it very useful for navigating and visualizing the trail and would like to acknowledge whoever put it together if I knew. The green line indicates the route of the Israel National Trail, while the blue line represents the Golan Heights Trail.
I went through and placed a point on the map to show where I slept each night, plus other relevant sites and trail sections I skipped. You can click on each point/line to have it show you details on what the place is called. I recommend having this map open in a separate browser tab (if you care about maps/geography) so you can follow each day's progress.
Due to a Google Maps limitation, it can't show all of these markers at once, but if you click the link below and open the map in its own tab, you can click on page 2 at the bottom of the left column to load up the northern half of the trail.
A link to Google Maps, for easier navigation/zooming