Mount Hermon (Banias) Nature Reserve:
Route 99, Galil 18 Sep
The Nahal Hermon Nature Reserve, also known as the Banias, boasts the largest most powerful waterfall in Israel. The Banias and Nahal Hermon drains the southern slopes of Mt. Hermon and the northern Golan. The waterfall is 10 meters tall with force causing the refreshing mist to spread on the visitors on the nearby boardwalk. The boardwalk overlooking the falls is only a short walk from the parking lot.
The Hanging Trail, built of steel frames and a solid boardwalk, is 100 meters long, along which you can walk close to the rushing waters and see falls from above including the pool at the bottom.
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Posted: September 18, 2017
From Road 99, from Kiryat Shmona or Mas’adeh, about 15 minutes. (Near Tel Dan)
The reserve is closed about one hour before the times given below:
Sundays thru Thursdays and Shabbat: 08:00 – 17:00
Fridays and eves of religious festivals: 08:00 – 16:00
Sundays thru Thursdays and Shabbat: 08:00 – 16:00
Fridays and eves of religious festivals: 08:00 – 15:00
Adults: NIS 28, Children: NIS 14
Students: NIS 24
Group (over 30 persons): Adults: NIS 23; Children: NIS 13
Approximate Distance from:
Meron: 50 minutes
Safed: 45 minutes
Tiberias: 1 hour
Average Time Spent at this Location: 2 hours