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We took the long circular hike option, starting from the "official" entrance (where you pay a fee) between Kfar Shammai and Moshav Meron. With kids and taking it easy (also stopping for lunch) it took us 5 hours. Other than ~30 min at the beginning...More
On the 12 jan , i was trekking with a group
Of hikers from the ascolot open university ! We were trekking the upper part of nahal amud 15 km of walking . Almost no water at the upper part of the river but the...More
beautiful landscape/ canyon. Lots of big rocks, pebbles, not accessible for handicapped/ bikes/ wheelchairs. Great walk. Not easy to know where it starts. If you want to go to the lower amusemend stream. you can drive from the sea of Galilea on road 8077 towards...More
A 2 hours walk, not for hot days because of the open to the sun walk in the beginning and in the end. Starting point 1 mile north to Kfar Shamai on the 866 road. After getting down to the brook there is a beautiful...More
I was told that this is one of the prettiest hikes in Israel. I don't think it would have even been the prettiest hike in Philadephia. If you want to bring the kids and go swimming for a day, absolutely come here. If you're looking...More
The "Amud" (“Pillar”), located in the Lower Galilee, is an extraordinary natural, geological rock formation and is Israel's version of the tall rock pillars that are found throughout America's west. It is a very popular hiking site, straddling the Amud ("Pillar") stream, which is named...More