Gilboa Mountains After parking, walk down the road to follow the blue trail.Soon, you'll see blue trail markers on the way.You'll soon reach this sign at the entrance to Park HaMaayanot.Make a left to follow the black trail through Park HaMaayanot.The black trail will lead through the park and out towards fields.Black trailmarkers can be hard to spot. Follow them as best as you can (use Google Earth for assistance).You will now be walking on a dirt path near a field (black trail).Make a left here to follow the path through the fishery. Then make a slight right onto the path (black).This canal will be on your right hand side as you walk.Continue to follow the black trail.Follow this black trail past a cluster of trees and towards the mountains.Follow the black trail.You will also see these trail markings along the black trail.Make a left, cross over the cow gate and go through.Now, you will follow the red trail all the way up the mountain.After a long climb up the mountain, you will reach this picnic area.The sign at the picnic area. Continue to the top of the hill.At the road, make a sharp left to follow the dirt path into the forest.Follow this dirt path all the way through the forest. When the path splits in two, follow it to the right.This is where you will exit towards the road. Make a left to follow the road.When you reach the highway, make a left and walk along it.When you reach this sign cross the road and ascend to the lookout.After the lookout, continue following the trail and then follow these signs past the windmill and downhill.Continue to follow these signs.Follow the trail across the road.Soon, you will reach this sign. Follow the path.Follow this trail.Follow the black trail markers down the hill.Cross through the cow gates to follow the black trail.Follow the black trail markers until you reach the bottom.At the bottom of the hill, follow the black trail back to where you started at the beginning of the hike. Soon, you will reach the Emek HaMaayanot trail which you will follow back to the blue trail.