Israel National Trail Part 2 - Tel Chai to Koach Fort

Region: North, Trail Duration: 7-9 Hours, Starting Point: Roaring Lion monument, Kfar Giladi, Ending Point: Yesha (Koach) Fort, Trail Type: Walking
Source: Ministry of Tourism
Region: North

The trail begins at the Roaring Lion monument which was erected in memory of the fallen warriors in the battle for Tel Chai. One of these warriors was Joseph Trumpeldor, a national hero. The trail then continues towards route 9977, crosses the road and heads eastward for about 200 meters along a leveled trail. Before reaching the Tel Chai College, turn onto a short trail and head down to a path dotted with statues. Turn right to continue west. This area belongs to the Tel Chai statue park, where artists create their works of art on site and leave them there for the public to enjoy.

 

Products specifications
Region North
Trail Type Walking
Starting Point Roaring Lion monument, Kfar Giladi
Ending Point Yesha (Koach) Fort
Difficulty Level Easy
Suitable for Children Yes
Trail Duration 7-9 Hours
Trail Length 11 Km
Accessibility Partially Accessible
Trail Outline Straight
Best season All year long
Suitable for Picnics Yes
Drinking water Available
Parking Yes
Bathing Waters No
Special Equipment Hat, Food for the trip

The trail begins at the Roaring Lion monument which was erected in memory of the fallen warriors in the battle for Tel Chai. One of these warriors was Joseph Trumpeldor, a national hero. The trail then continues towards route 9977, crosses the road and heads eastward for about 200 meters along a leveled trail. Before reaching the Tel Chai College, turn onto a short trail and head down to a path dotted with statues. Turn right to continue west. This area belongs to the Tel Chai statue park, where artists create their works of art on site and leave them there for the public to enjoy.

 

Products specifications
Region North
Trail Type Walking
Starting Point Roaring Lion monument, Kfar Giladi
Ending Point Yesha (Koach) Fort
Difficulty Level Easy
Suitable for Children Yes
Trail Duration 7-9 Hours
Trail Length 11 Km
Accessibility Partially Accessible
Trail Outline Straight
Best season All year long
Suitable for Picnics Yes
Drinking water Available
Parking Yes
Bathing Waters No
Special Equipment Hat, Food for the trip