Israel National Trail Part 3 - Yesha (Koach) Fort to Nachal Dishon

Region: North, Trail Duration: 8-9 Hours, Starting Point: Yesha (Koach) Fort, Ending Point: Route 899, Trail Type: Walking
Source: Ministry of Tourism
Region: North

After the trail leaves Yesha Fort, it passes by the ruins of Nebi Yusha located south of the fort.

This is a holy site for the Muslims who believe it to be the burial site of the biblical Joshua.

Muslims believe that visiting this grave brings health, fertility and marriage.
This is an excellent place to stop for breakfast.

 

Products specifications
Region North
Near To Yesud HaMa'ala
Trail Type Walking
Starting Point Yesha (Koach) Fort
Ending Point Route 899
Difficulty Level Easy
Suitable for Children Yes
Trail Length 21km
Trail Duration 8-9 Hours
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

After the trail leaves Yesha Fort, it passes by the ruins of Nebi Yusha located south of the fort.

This is a holy site for the Muslims who believe it to be the burial site of the biblical Joshua.

Muslims believe that visiting this grave brings health, fertility and marriage.
This is an excellent place to stop for breakfast.

 

Products specifications
Region North
Near To Yesud HaMa'ala
Trail Type Walking
Starting Point Yesha (Koach) Fort
Ending Point Route 899
Difficulty Level Easy
Suitable for Children Yes
Trail Length 21km
Trail Duration 8-9 Hours
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