Weekend walk: Devorah Waterfall and Gilabon Stream

Even though the hike is suitable for any time of the year, visiting the area in winter means streams are full and flowers are blossoming.

March 4, 2011 08:55

gilabon 311. (photo credit: Yoni Cohen)

To reach the start of the hike, turn off Route 91 4kms after the turn-off for Road 9088 when traveling east.

The hike is marked with red-and-white signs throughout that are found on rocks and gates along the trail. The first waterfall on the trail is the Devorah Waterfall.

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After continuing on the path for another hour hikers are greeted by the 42m Gilabon Waterfall. From the top of this waterfall there are wonderful views of the lush Hula Valley.

The trail continues for another two hours to the Jordan River and Route 918. Reaching the original parking lot can be difficult without an additional car waiting. If traveling with just one car, the only way back is to do the trail again or hope that other friendly hikers will be able to help out with the short car ride.

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