Nahal Arugot, the Hidden Waterfall, and the Fairy Pool up above were like secrets of the desert, just waiting to be discovered by anyone willing to dig a little deeper.
It felt like walking through a river, but there was no river in sight. Moss and algae grew everywhere. And of course, the flowers.
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.
We walked along a bubbling stream and reached incredible views of the Galil, with Lake Kinneret blue and pristine in the distance.
It’s a big title to carry, but the Mt. Eitan trail in the Sataf Nature Reserve can handle it. This eight kilometer hike is the best walk in Jerusalem.