Best dogs leash trails in Israel

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Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Israel with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Ein Akev Parsa Waterfall Loop
Midreshet Ben-Gurion, Southern District HaDarom, Israel
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Length: 7.8 mi • Est. 4 h 13 m
This is a trail to Ein Akev via Parsa Waterfall (עין עקב דרך מפל פרסה). The trail features beautiful desert views and a stunning oasis.Show more
#2 - Mount Ardon Loop
Mitzpe Ramon, Southern District HaDarom, Israel
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Length: 4.2 mi • Est. 1 h 40 m
Mt. Ardon (הר ארדון) is the kind of mountain you can´t miss. It seems to be invading the crater, sprouting right from its walls and crawling towards its heart. Its imposing silhouette can be easily identified from pretty much any of the viewpoints in the crater´s center. Yet, despite its threatening appearance, Mt. Ardon invites everyone and going up to the top is a reasonable challenge. The hike is circular, starting with ascending the mountain and then going down on the other side. The top is flat and ideal for a rest while viewing the landscape. Back at the mountain foot and on the way back to the starting point, you cross a mars-looking patch of remarkable beauty, with various rocks of peculiar colors. There is almost no shade along this hike, and even though the inclination is not all that hard, it is not recommended to try it on hot days.Show more
#3 - Dorot Ruhama Singletrack
Ashkelon, Southern District HaDarom, Israel
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Length: 12.9 mi • Est. 5 h 55 m
This is the Dorot Ruhama Singletrack (סינגל דורות רוחמה) trail. The unique landscape of Ruhama has been attracting hikers for many years, and in recent years has become a lead biking destination due to the wide selection of singles and scenic trails opened by the JNF in this unique terrain. This route provides beautiful views both in the direction of the Hebron Mountains and in the direction of the Israeli lowlands and in the spring season you can see spectacular poppies carpet the mountains and hills.Show more
#4 - Tel-Aviv Historical Neighbourhoods Walking Tour
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Length: 3.0 mi • Est. 1 h 17 m
This is a city walk (סיור עירונית בשכונות ההיסטוריות של תל אביב) around some historical neighbourhoods: Jaffa port, the American-German colony, Neve Tzedek and the old railway station. Tel Aviv, the first Hebrew city, was officially founded in 1909. A group of 66 families settled in the sand dunes north of Jaffa with the goal of building "a Hebrew urban centre in a healthy environment". This land north of Jaffa, now the heart of Tel Aviv, was not totally empty before 1909: the Templar Colony, the Jewish neighborhood Neve Tzedek, the railway station and even Trumpeldor cemetery were all here before Tel Aviv. This walk will take you to some of the pre-Tel Aviv sites - all restored and recently developed as cultural and entertainment areas.Show more
#5 - Hatzook Beach Walk
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Length: 3.2 mi • Est. 1 h 18 m
This trail around the Hatzook Beach (חוף הצוק) area includes an easy walk on Tel Aviv's Boardwalk. This route offers pleasant sea and great spots for picnicking and people watching.Show more
#6 - Har Saharonim to Parsat Nekrot
Metsukei HaTsinim Nature Reserve
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Length: 4.0 mi • Est. 2 h 9 m
The trek from Mt. Saharonim to Parsat Nekrot (הר סהרונים לפרסת נקרות) is among the most popular in the Ramon Crater, and for a good reason. It offers the perfect combination between breath-taking views and a medium level physical challenge. Despite the challenging ascent up Mt. Saharonim, the incredible vista from the top is well worth the effort. Back at the mountain foot, you enter “Parsat Nekarot¨. Parsa¨ in Hebrew means a horseshoe. The river has carved its trajectory in the rocks in a horseshoe shape The trail passes through area rich in geological phenomena as well as the chance to spot an ibex or an onager. The latter has been completely extinct from the area and very successfully re-introduced a few years ago.Show more
#7 - Central Tel Aviv to Jaffa Beach Loop
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Length: 5.0 mi • Est. 2 h 14 m
This city walk will take travellers from the historic Rothschild Boulevard (known as the first boulevard), past Tel Aviv's Great Synagogue, through the Kerem HaTaymanim market neighbourhood and up the beach to Jaffa. On the way back, pass through the beautiful Neve Tzedek neighbourhood and enjoy a real look into the Tel Aviv lifestyle by walking along the beaches from Central Tel Aviv to Jaffa and back through South Tel Aviv (תל אביב ליפו מעגלי)Show more
#8 - Tel Aviv Architecture Tour
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 2 h 12 m
This is the Tel Aviv Architecture Tour (סיור ארכיטקטורה בתל אביב) route. Tel Aviv, the first Hebrew city, is only 103 years old but has a variety of neighborhoods and building styles. This tour will take travelers from the oldest part of Tel Aviv to a much newer part. Start by walking first boulevard, see the first movie theater, the first hotel, and the first kiosk. After getting acquainted with the architecture styles of early Tel Aviv , then see how they are preserved today. Towards the end of the tour pass some modern architecture and new culture compounds of the "non-stop city."Show more
#9 - Ein Gedi: Hidden Waterfall
Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
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Length: 1.0 mi • Est. 23 m
Despite its mysterious name, the Hidden Waterfall (המפל הנסתר | עין גדי) is one of the most recognisable and well known places in the Ein Gedi Reserve and the Judean Desert in general. The waterfall received its name due to the fact that it not possible to see the Waterfall until standing right next to it. The beautiful waterfall falls from a height of about 10 meters to a round pool, surrounded by a wide and shady area to rest. It is recommended to enter the cool waters of the pool, swim or walk to the bottom of the waterfall, and enjoy a refreshing dunk in the heart of the desert.Show more
#10 - Nahal Kziv
Mitzpe Hila, Northern District HaZafon, Israel
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Length: 6.0 mi • Est. 2 h 25 m
The Nahal Kaziv (נחל כזיב) and Monfort Fortress trail is known to be one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Israel. With a river that flows all year round, a flowing spring, a historical Crusader fortress on a mountainside and lots panoramic green views; this is not one to miss. This trail is beautiful in all seasons and especially suitable for summer.Show more
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