Celebrating the New Year in KKL-JNF Parks and Forests

Approximately 200,000 visitors enjoyed KKL-JNF sites throughout Israel over Rosh Hashanah and the following weekend.

By KKL-JNF
October 1, 2014 13:41
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Approximately 200,000 visitors enjoyed KKL-JNF sites throughout Israel over Rosh Hashanah and the following weekend. Thousands of bike riders went cycling in Hulda Forest, Ben Shemen Forest and Adulam France Park in central Israel, the Shikma region in the south, and Ramot Menashe Forest and Beit Keshet Forest in the north.

Over the weekend, when the weather was hotter, many visitors came to refresh themselves at the Sataf Springs in the Judean Mountains and at Kibbutzim Stream in Springs Valley. 




The picnic areas at KKL-JNF sites throughout the country, from Malachim Forest in the south, to Ayalon Canada Park in the centre, and Biriya Forest in the north, were full of families who enjoyed the many recreation sites situated in the forests. 




Many visitors also came to areas where the squills, which announce the fall, are blooming, such as the Besor region and the Jezre'el Valley.

For further information, comments or permission please contact
Ahuva Bar-Lev
KKL-JNF – Information and Internet Department


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