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Blue Valley Park

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Blue Valley Park

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jsavElizabeth wrote a review Feb 2020
Elizabeth200 contributions55 helpful votes
This a JNF park right outside of Tzfat in the valley below Tzfat's mountain. There is parking there for cars and an upper and lower part to the park. The upper part has the sources of springs that flow into the lower area. There are some lovely trees and plants too and wonderful views. In the lower section, which is not wheelchair accessible, one can hike down to the bottom of the valley, encountering a waterfall along the way, multiple trees and local flora, and finally another spring (which was more like a puddle in the summer). I was fortunate enough to meet a ranger there at the bottom who kindly offered to drive me all the way back up to the top (it was a very hot day and a long upward hike if I'd done it by foot). Really a lovely place. Wear a hat, UV protective clothes, good walking/hiking shoes, and bring lots of water in the summer.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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jsavElizabeth wrote a review Aug 2019
Elizabeth200 contributions55 helpful votes
The locals know all about this beautiful JNF park, but tourists may not, as there really aren't any signs or advertisements for it. The park is located just below Tzfat in the valley, and it features springs, a waterfall, beautiful walking paths, stunning scenery, and a variety of plants and trees. I did the upper part first, which is pretty much accessible to all, but the lower part, where you descend to the waterfall and lower springs, takes some effort, not so much on the way down, but on the way back up. I went during the summer, and it's HOT. Bring plenty of water and wear sun-protective clothing and a large hat. It's a pretty steep descent at some points and that means a pretty hard return climb. I was lucky enough to find a guy who worked at the park, who kindly gave me a lift back to the top of the park from the bottom!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ilan V wrote a review Nov 2015
Netanya, Israel625 contributions68 helpful votes
It is not too big and not to extreme but realy a nice stroll and good resting point in the city of TZefat.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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travelmarm wrote a review Apr 2015
Jerusalem, Israel122 contributions66 helpful votes
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As of this writing, entrance is free. Be sure to bring water, snacks, sun hat. There is a restroom at the top of the park, but I didn't see any further in. The upper part of the park, where one enters, has a lot of stroller friendly access paths. There is a water source at the top that the kids liked to play in. Some of the inclines are steep. The lower area is only accessible currently by stairs. I saw quite a few folks with kids on their shoulders. The stairs are steep. The first level of the lower area includes a nice waterfall and wading pool. More stairs bring you to the lower pools. There are not yet enough picnic tables in the lower area, though plenty in the upper area. At this point there is one donkey, several swans, and some ducks. Hopefully the types of animals will be expanded. The flora seems mostly wild natural and plants which grow easily such as rosemary and sage. It's a pleasant spring outing for the family. Not heavy hiking, though the slopes are some effort.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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