Cabinet invests in horse, bike paths in lower Galilee

August 30, 2011 04:12


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The cabinet on Sunday approved NIS 600,000 worth of future horseback riding and bicycle paths in the lower Galilee in order to “improve quality of life in the North” by developing the sports and recreation culture there, the Prime Minister’s Office stated Sunday evening.

Spread over an area of approximately 165 dunams (16.5 hectares), the new park will also contain promenades, a tourist center, an agricultural hub and a center for youth-at-risk.

Special activities will be coordinated for both the youth-at-risk and special-needs populations, the office said.

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