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WALKING TRAILS

The Nature Park offers visitors a range of pleasures. Several marked circuits — suitable for young and old, laid-back walkers as well as high-powered hikers – pass through lovely Mediterranean landscapes. Along the way are lookouts where you can see the site of an ancient settlement, a hidden spring, an acclimatization cage for birds of prey, and magnificent panoramas of nature. Come out now to enjoy the brisk air, the exercise, the views, and the winter flowers

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The Manor Trail

The Manor Trail

From the trailhead, the trail marked in red heads directly south. It skirts a low thicket of mastic shrubs, spiny broom, and broad-leaved phillyrea trees, members of the olive family. Continuing along the heights of Ramat Hanadiv, the trail overlooks the sea to the west and the Samarian hills to the east, going first towards the prehistoric quarry ...

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The Spring Trail

The Spring Trail

From the trailhead, the trail marked in blue turns slightly left towards the southeast, crosses a dirt road, and enters a low scrubland . The trail again crosses a dirt road, then proceeds eastward to higher shrubland composed primarily of native plants – phillyrea and mastic shrubs. Emerging from the thickets, the trail pauses at a stunning pano...

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The Vultures Trail

The Vultures Trail

The trail marked in green turns right (west) from the trailhead. It wends its way through typical low scrubland (batha) vegetation near a stand of pine trees and comes to a concrete, low water crossing ('Irish bridge') across a dirt road. The trail crosses the dirt road and continues straight on, past a group of Tabor oaks (Quercus itaburensis) pla...

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The Israel Trail

The Israel Trail

A three-mile stretch of the Israel Trail (Segment 15, from Har Horshan to Jasser e-Zarka), passes through Ramat Hanadiv.

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Rules of Behavior at the Nature Park

Rules of Behavior at the Nature Park

Ramat Hanadiv is a private park dedicated to the commemoration of Baron Edmond de Rothschild and to the conservation of nature for us and for future generations.

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Hiking Correctly

Hiking Correctly

Thank you for choosing to hike in the Nature Park at Ramat Hanadiv. Just before you set out on the trail, please stop and make sure you haven’t forgotten anything.

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Accessibility

An accessible trail through the Nature Park

In the Nature Park at Ramat Hanadiv there are a number of spectacular hiking routes.

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Sustainability

The Footprint Garden

The term ‘ecological footprint’ is taking shape in the western part of the Visitors Pavilion. A large gardening plot shaped like a foot lies in the middle of the area, with the heel pointing north, and the five toes, as one unit – to the south.

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Dining Here

Dining-The Picnic Site

The picnic area is located near the secondary parking lot. You are welcome to spend time there before or after your tour of the Gardens.

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