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a bit daunting at first, but we geared up for the occasion and it was well worth it ... the tree top bridges give wonderful views of the park below and although it's a bit of a hike to get to the bridges, once you're...More
This could have been an amazing park, right next to the city of Haifa, if it was not for all the GARBAGE all around you totally destroying the nature atmosphere. How hard can it be to take the garbage with you or put it in...More
I am 62 years old and I brought my son, age 33 and my 5 grandchildren age 3 – 11, and I can assure you that this park is totally ideal and wonderful for all of us “kids”, no matter the age. I am a...More
If it weren't for the two bridges, this would not even be a place to visit. Total walk (hike if you don't walk *ever*) time is 45 minutes. The views are nice, but unfortunately no group takes care of the area so there is much...More
From lower Bahai Gardens, take a walk down Ben Gurion st. Take the second turn left to Allenby st. keep walking till you see a bus stop take 112 bus to the last stop. (the number 112 should be written on the top of the... More
From lower Bahai Gardens, take a walk down Ben Gurion st. Take the second turn left to Allenby st. keep walking till you see a bus stop take 112 bus to the last stop. (the number 112 should be written on the top of the bus stop). The last stop located near a school at Nesher. You will see a building site on your left. Walk up the HaHaruv st. in about 500 m. you will see an entrance to the park on your left.
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