Down off the path, over some slippery rocks, water poured down from above, crashing into an emerald pool below.
Squared off patches of farmland interspersed with neat red roofed towns below were beautiful from our mountaintop vantage point.
It felt like walking through a river, but there was no river in sight. Moss and algae grew everywhere. And of course, the flowers.
Ein Avdat is an enchanting place to hike – nature at its finest. It’s stark desert beauty combined with crystal waterfalls and pools of light.
Here in the Ramon Crater, there are hard rocks and soft rocks. Red ones and black ones. Chalky white dirt and deep red sand. There’s nothing monotonous about it.