The powerful winter flow of the Iyon Stream creates four waterfalls, giving this reserve one of the most beautiful trails in the Galilee. The best-known waterfall is the Tanur, which shoots down a 30-m-high rock chimney. Lilies and sternbergia blossom here in autumn, and spring sees an abundance of colorful wildflowers.
The longer of the reserves two sign-posted trails begins at the upper parking lot, heads downstream and takes about 90 minutes each way. The shorter loop trail takes about 30 minutes and includes a lookout and the Tanur waterfall.
Image credit: Ferdinand Menachem, From PikiWiki site.