Nahal Navot

Region: North, Trail Duration: 1-2 Hours, Starting Point: Nahal Izrael, Ending Point: At the Starting point, Trail Type: Walking
Source: Ministry of Tourism
Region: North

At Nahal Navot there is a pathway that begins within the riverbank, wading pools and a paved path on the riverbank. There is also two bridges and sitting areas therein. Nahal Navot is a circular trail, and is a tributary of Ein Azriel and is a starting point, and end point of the trail. Nahal Navot is one of the contributory streams of Nahal Harod. The stream is named after the biblical Nabot, owner of a vineyard in the Jezreel Valley who was killed by King Ahab. Next to the spring, the Israelite Army was stationed, led by King Solomon, before the decisive battle with the Philistines. Along Nahal Navot, there is a trail with orchards and fruit trees planted by the Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael.

Products specifications
Region North
Trail Type Walking
Starting Point Nahal Izrael
Ending Point At the Starting point
Difficulty Level Easy
Suitable for Children Yes
Trail Duration 1-2 Hours
Accessibility Partially Accessible
Best season All year long
Trail Outline Circular
Suitable for Picnics Yes
Drinking water Not Available
Parking Free of Charge
Bathing Waters Yes

At Nahal Navot there is a pathway that begins within the riverbank, wading pools and a paved path on the riverbank. There is also two bridges and sitting areas therein. Nahal Navot is a circular trail, and is a tributary of Ein Azriel and is a starting point, and end point of the trail. Nahal Navot is one of the contributory streams of Nahal Harod. The stream is named after the biblical Nabot, owner of a vineyard in the Jezreel Valley who was killed by King Ahab. Next to the spring, the Israelite Army was stationed, led by King Solomon, before the decisive battle with the Philistines. Along Nahal Navot, there is a trail with orchards and fruit trees planted by the Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael.

Products specifications
Region North
Trail Type Walking
Starting Point Nahal Izrael
Ending Point At the Starting point
Difficulty Level Easy
Suitable for Children Yes
Trail Duration 1-2 Hours
Accessibility Partially Accessible
Best season All year long
Trail Outline Circular
Suitable for Picnics Yes
Drinking water Not Available
Parking Free of Charge
Bathing Waters Yes