Ein Tina:
Rte 918, Galil

by | Sep 7, 2017 | 0 comments

Ein Tina is a phenomenal summer trip,​an absolute blast! A small sign posted on Route 918, not very noticeable, marks the entrance to this site, which features a beautiful natural stream with a fun twist. The stream is equipped with hand rails to hold onto as you walk through the water.​

When we arrived we parked near the small sign at the side of Route 918, and​ followed the dirt path for about 10 minutes until we reached a shady area with a car park. There we met up with the path that took us through lush greenery and to the amazing water trail.​There is nothing like wading through a cool stream​ on a hot summer day!

​Water shoes are important for this trip. There are also dry parts to the hike if you want to continue. The full ​ hike should lead to a waterfall although we only went as far as the stream.

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Posted: September 7, 2017

Information, prices and hours posted here are current as of the posted or updated date. It is advisable to call ahead or check online to confirm hours and prices. 


Off Route 918. There is a sign posted.

GPS Coordinate: 33.0852710, 35.6413800

Price: free

Approximate Distance from:   

Meron: 35 minutes

Safed: 30 minutes

Tiberias: 40 minutes

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