In the land of waterfalls

Following the recent rains, the Meitzar Waterfall is flowing strongly and surrounded by green vegetation.

By MEITAL SHARABI
April 3, 2014 12:39
3 minute read.
Nahal Meitzer

Nahal Meitzer. (photo credit: HADAR YAHAV)

 
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After the driest winter we’ve experienced in years, we were finally blessed with a few good days of rain that filled Israel’s dry river- beds. This is a great reason to get out of the house and go for a hike in Israel’s lush, green regions.

This past week I therefore decided to hike the trail at Nahal Meitzar, in the southern Golan Heights. It’s one of the most enjoyable and easiest hikes in the area, and also one of the most popular – especially after a few days of serious rain.

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