Their paved road leads north towards the junction west of Qabalan, east of Yatma. Road 4777. A map & satellite picture are here and also, here (don't mind the propaganda).
They have been using a dirt road to enter and exit Route 60 which is a high-speed road, which is very dangerous and potentially deadly.
(Shiloh is in the lower right corner and the Tel is marked by a star. Karyut is just above Shiloh where the white road can be seen going right and then up to a yellow road)
There are also security considerations.
Tayush is helping them remove roadblocks.
I found their version is here:
On Friday, November the 6, hundreds of members of the village of Karyut came together to protest the Israelis occupation and settlements and to move a roadblock put up by the Israeli Occupation Forces. Defying the Israeli military (who declared illegally the area a “close military zone”) and the local PA municipality and mayor (who did not support in any way this action) the protesters represented a new wave of resistance in Karyut that does not obey the Palestinian or the Israeli bureaucracy.
The road block is located on the only way to get to freeway 60. Palestinians from the Karyut area have to use side roads are forced to drive for hours longer to get to work or to visit family. This is one way that the Israeli military creates Jewish only roads and a system of apartheid.
Although the exact location and details of the this demo were only discussed on privet phones, the Israeli military is waiting for us. They present to us a closed military zone order. They are so used to copying and issuing that order every day that they forget to attach a map that shows the area that suppose to be closed. We notice that and inform them that their order is illegal. The military at first does not allow the residence of the village walk to the roadblock. Demonstrators yell at the soldiers and tell them that its their right to dismantle that roadblock. The military moves back eventually, and dismantling the roadblock begins - takes us a couple of hours.
I think they were supposed to be back last Friday.
Here's a pic with the northern slope of Tel Shiloh as background:
More pics and some dance moves can be found here.