Nahal Og

Nahal Og, Jerusalén - opiniones y fotos

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Sarah T
1 aporte
ago. de 2019
The hike was stunning and different enough to be exciting. We enjoyed the climbing and the unbelievable scenery. We had a hard time finding our car at the end of the circular trail. The path back to the parking area is not marked at the end and we found it very confusing. Maybe it rubbed out in the rain? Luckily we met up with a group with a guide who helped us out. You can always go back the way you came in, but it might be hard to climb down the rocks. Otherwise it was awesome! I would take any of my children over the age of 8 there.
Escrita el 27 de octubre de 2019
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Marc R
4 aportes
abr. de 2019 • Familia
Great hike with beautiful views. The ladders make the hike more challenging and fun. Not for small kids though.
Arrive early to avoid queues at ladders
Escrita el 28 de abril de 2019
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michelle b
17 aportes
feb. de 2018
this was great fun. I went with my husband and daughter. the climb gets a full 5 rating, but it isn't a government regulated location. Meaning: it is marked by the government tourism dept. but there is now entrance area or people to help you. So while its easy enough to follow, you are on your own. We found exiting the hike a little confusing. I would definitely do it again, but this time Im going down via the exit to see where we got confused last time. you climb rungs and scale rocks, it was amazing.
Escrita el 11 de diciembre de 2018
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airport2015
Distrito de Tel Aviv, Israel997 aportes
oct. de 2018 • Negocios
The Northen stream bringing the rain water from Jerusalem,Mount Scopus and Mount of Olives from 800 Meters,down to the Dead Sea
Well prepared to walk down even with children
Drive down on Jerico Road to Kibutz ALMOG, From Road #1 turn right on the first left turn before Almog park in the nonpaved parking lot take to the South the RED Marked path leading down
After a walk of ten minutes, you will arrive to Nahal Og
The green marked path will take you back
Escrita el 20 de octubre de 2018
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fotodive
Cantón de Ginebra, Suiza88 aportes
nov. de 2017 • Amigos
Nahal Og is a beautiful canyon hike .
Easy reachable. Near Kibbutz Almog close by the Dead Sea are sign which point to Nahal Og. From the parking lot leads a easy trail to the canyon. Once in the canyon awaits the hiker a incredible landscape. Best is to do the hike upward and the loop back to the parking lot. Bring some picknick along, water, and take your time to rest at numerous beautiful spots where you can take lots of great pictures.
This hike includes climbing some ladders to overcome high rock formations, waterfalls.
In my opinion, a must do when passing near Kibbutz Almog.
Escrita el 16 de noviembre de 2017
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Achav B
Israel113 aportes
dic. de 2016 • Solitario
We t with my kid to see the first wave of the flud.
Great place to see the allmighty power of natur in his puring rain and flud.
Very recomended
Escrita el 6 de octubre de 2017
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nitro699
34 aportes
mar. de 2017 • Familia
the short version is about 3 km. you can do it up the waterfall or down the waterfall. will take about 2 hours for the whole thing. some parts of the trail are under direct sun, some are shaded, a lot of fun.
Escrita el 25 de marzo de 2017
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Gal L
1 aporte
dic. de 2016 • Familia
A very nice and adventure for kids over 6 years old,nearby jerusalem small hiking in a natural kanyon . Located near kibutz Almog, north Dead Sea,just 20 minutes from jerusalem.there are few climbing ladders on the hiking. The family round is 3.5 km total start and finish near the kibutz.
Escrita el 10 de diciembre de 2016
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שי ג
Israel124 aportes
dic. de 2015 • Familia
This is a small Canyon, e.g. took us about two and a half hours including stops for lunch as well as for waiting for other groups to climb the waterfalls along the hiking.
We went with kids, smallest was 6 years old which needed some help climbing but it was OK.
We where there less than two weeks after rain which caused flood so there where several water holes full enough with water causing us to need to pass inside, which was quite a fun (as part of the walk) but caused us to be wet. Depends on how far from rain you come but this is part of the fun of this walk.
There is a larger hike (in which you need two cars) but we didn't have the time to do the long hike. If you do the smaller hike which is a circular walk it is better to do it as going up the canyon, it is slightly easy using the hand grips installed into the water falls. One can do it going down but then it will be much harder for younger child.
To get to this hike you go to the entrence of Kibutz Almog where there are signs of this track.

This track is free of charge, come, park your car (there is a free parking lot) and go travel.
Escrita el 15 de diciembre de 2015
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Eric_B_7
Reut86 aportes
abr. de 2015 • Amigos
"Nahal" is Hebrew for "stream". In the desert between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea are many Nahals which are dry most of the year but carry water to the Dead Sea when there is rain in the area, often causing flash floods and closing roads in the vicinity.
Nahal Og is one of these. The higher part of the Nahal is accesible from the Jerusalem - Dead Sea road and signs can be seen along the road.
However this is a more difficult walk and not for families with small children.
I visited the lower part of the Nahal, entering from Kibbutz Almog, which is just slightly north of the Dead Sea.
The stream has carved its way into the rock over the years and is now virtually a canyon with steep cliffs on both sides. There is a circular track which goes up the stream and involves climbing up dry waterfalls using metal steps and hand grips embedded in the cliff walls. I have enclosed some photos to show exactly what you can expect.
It looks more difficult than it is. I was part of a a group which included children, and I would estimate that this would be suitable for kids from the age of around 10 upwards. I did see one guy with a baby in a backpack climbing up!
It's worthwhile taking a guide who will explain about the place, but even if you go by yourself you'll enjoy the scenery and the hike. After going upstream there is a path that takes you back to the parking lot above the canyon.
The whole hike takes about 2 hours without hurrying.
Mid summer may not be a good time to visit as this area gets very hot, well above 40 degrees in the sun. The best time is right now, in the Spring, or in the Autumn, around October-November, but check the weather forecast before going to make sure no flooding is expected in the area.
As there are steep cliffs on both sides of the canyon there are many shaded places to rest along the way.
As with any place in the desert, take plenty of water with you.
It's well worth the visit, but you will need your own car to get there, or hire a guide who will take you there.
Anyone who wants can leave me a message and I can send details of the guide I went with.
Escrita el 19 de abril de 2015
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