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ESRA, Israel's English-speaking community working to aid the successful integration of olim while working towards quality in Israeli society through its education and welfare projects. ESRA’s main goal as an English-speaking community is to provide value, quality, and relevant services and activities to its members and population of different ages and stages in their Aliya proses.

Beit Shean and Springs Valley (copy)

Wednesday, 22 September 2021 at 7:00

Beit Shean

Fully Booked


This is our first hike of the 2021-22 season!

This region is full of breathtaking landscapes and gushing springs. We start the hike at the entrance of the valley leading to Ein Moda and Ein Shokek.
We then follow a hidden trail to Nahal HaKibutzim were we will be able to swim in the springs.
Then, we follow the trail to Ein Migdal (tower spring), which perpetuates Tal Amal's memory now Kibbutz Nir David. This was the first tower and stockade set up in 1936.

Following the trail through the Nahal which follows through to the Jezreel Valley.

If you want to swim, please bring swimwear and sandals.
Easy to Moderate 10-12 k

Looking forward to our regular hikers and new hikers who wish to join us.

Pick up points:
7:00  Raanana - Mercaz Klita (car park)
7:30  Beit Yehoshua Train Station
For additional pick up points, or further information, contact Lawrence Bertfield 054 773 4394,‎ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Green pass holders only. Masks must be worn during the entire bus journey. Anyone with a fever or cold cannot get on the bus.

Registration: This event is fully booked. To be added to the waiting list, contact the Booking Office at 09-9508371 (ext 2).

All proceeds support ESRA Education and Welfare Community projects to strengthen Israeli society. Read more

Hikers should come properly prepared for each hike: plenty of water (2 litres per person in normal weather, at least 3 litres per person if it’s hot), good walking boots or shoes, change of clothes/towel if swimming, hat, sunscreen and food for breakfast & lunch in a backpack.  Walking poles optional, but useful.
ESRA hikes are suitable for people in good health. We reserve the right to refuse participation on the hike to any person who does not come properly equipped or is not physically capable of making the distance.