Vista 429 veces, descargada 20 veces
preto de Meron, Northern District (Israel)
Day 3: This is the best day of the hike - it goes through the most beautiful scenery and is relatively easy (goes only downhill). The trail follows the Amud stream (in the end you will understand why it is called so, Amud means "pillar" in hebrew). Note that it will get increasingly hotter as you go down from the mountains to the valley, it will become most prominent in the bottom part of the stream where it feels like a wet sauna. Towards the end you will have a choice to either follow the Israeli National Trail to Migdal village or to take a shortcut to an unofficial beach near Ginosar (I took a shortcut, the beach there is very small and might get crowded, so beware).