Ein Pik is a family-friendly, two-kilometer route that passes between the ruins of Pik, fig tree thicket on either side of the stream and vegetation that is especially apparent in the spring and autumn months. A beautiful view of the Ein Gev Stream, the north-east of the Galilee Lake and up until the Lower Galilee. There are a number of gorgeous viewpoints throughout the trail and the trail finishes up south of the Afek Viewpoint. The majority of the trail is exposed, with not much shade.
address: The trail begins to the west of Road 98, at the twenty-third kilometer south of Kibbutz Meitzar Juncti
Open Hours: The trail is suitable throughout the year, apart from on rainy days.
Categories : Nature Parks
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