Pinsteps. Hanging bridges, Nesher
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There are two bridges across the stream bed. They are about sixty meters high and about eighty meters long. The high-rise building at the top of the mountain is Haifa University. The valley of Zabulon is visible in the lowland. The valley is named after one of the twelve sons of Jacob. The tribe of Zabulon received their land in this valley, and they were engaged in navigation, using the convenient mouth of the Kishon stream flowing in the valley. The ship is the coat of arms of the Zebulun tribe because of their shipping skils. It is not difficult to guess that the stream, over which the bridge is built, also carries its waters to the Kishon River.


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Nesher suspension bridges and Druze bread in Usafia

The Hanging Bridges are one of the most visited attractions in Nesher. People from all over the country come here to walk along the almost eighty-meter bridges. The trails are absolutely safe and well equipped. The entire park is built on one level. There are a kiosk and a small cafe in the park, but since you got here for the beauty of nature, do not deny yourself a real culinary delight - a bakery and a family restaurant in the neighboring Druze village of Usafia. Here hospitality is a custom, traditions are valued, and bread is life.

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