This hike leads along the Hermon Stream (נחל חצבני) from Kibbutz She’ar Yashuv to Kibbutz Snir, passing an old Syrian tank.
The Meshushim Pool (Hebrew: בריכת המשושים), or hexagonal pool, is located in the Meshushim Nature Reserve in the Golan Heights. The Meshushim Reserve is actually part of the Yehudiya Nature Reserve.
The Banias suspended trail is a new path which allows visitors to the Banias Nature Reserve the opportunity to enter parts of the nature reserve which were previously inaccessible to visitors. The suspended trail, which opened in March 2010, provides a wooden trail over the rapids of the Hermon River, through a basalt canyon.
The Jilaboun Stream is one of the most beautiful hikes in the Golan Heights. The fifteen kilometer long stream is formed from runoff from Mount Avital and Mount Shifon, and the water is carried into the Jordan River. Due to the height difference between the Golan Heights and the Hula Valley, a canyon was created, and the water is carried through waterfalls and pools.
Nahal Senir National Park is a short fun family hike, through the Snir River. The Snir river, also known as the Hatsbani river, is the longest of the Jordan river tributaries. Beginning in Lebanon, it is 65 kilometers long. Its main springs are the Hasbaya in Lebanon and the Wazani on the Israel-Lebanon border. Most of the water flowing comes from the Wazani spring, as the Hasbaya is used for agricultural use in Lebanon.
Nahal Zavitan, or the Zevitan River, is the longest stream in the Golan Heights. The stream is 19 km long and runs to the Beit Tzaida basin at the Sea of Galilee. The stream runs through basalt canyons, creating pools and flowing down waterfalls. The water is cold and refreshing and swimming is allowed in the Zevitan pools.
Gamla National Park is part of the Yehudiah Nature reserve in the Golan. The Gamla waterfall, which flows all year round, is the highest in Israel, at 51 meters high. The Gamla stream leads to the waterfall and then continues in a deep canyon. After the waterfall, the trail continues to a lookout.
Nahal Yehudiya is a challenging but fun hike. The hike takes you into the canyon, down the waterfalls, and along the flowing water. The canyon is filled with greenery, so most of the time you are walking in the shade. Wild oleanderis common, casting its pink flowers through the lush greenery.
The Banias is a nature reserve in the Golan Heights. The site, known historically as Panias, is usually called Banias, according to the Arabic corruption of the name.