Pinsteps. Talcid Firan Viewpoint

The observation deck offers a beautiful view of the valley and mountains of Jordan. A series of agricultural settlements stretch along the Jordanian side of the border. They appeared along the border after the events of Black September as part of the settlement of the situation in the Israeli-Jordanian relations under the patronage and funding of the United States. Since then, the border between Jordan and Israel has become much calmer than borders with other countries. By the way, the Kingdom of Jordan did not participate in the Yom Kippur War, which broke out only a few years after these events.

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Evgeny Praisman
Wadi Talcid and Firan, Um Zuka

This track is very beautiful, relatively short, and inspiring. Before starting this walk, it is essential to know a few things: 1. The route passes through the territory of the Palestinian Authority. 2. The only recommended time of year for this track is between Purim and Passover 3. Cars with an Israeli registration number are not covered by Israeli Insurance. The route starts at the arranged parking lot at Kvish haBeka, ascends, and descends back to the road. This route is a circular route along the lower part of Nahal Talkhid and the lower part of Wadi Piran. Many beautiful flowers bloom along the trail in winter and spring, and this is the only convenient time for hiking in reserve. You must take safety precautions into account. The route, as already mentioned, passes beyond the green line. These places are considered to be relatively quiet without too many problems. However, the situation can change at any time. Before entering the route, it is necessary to coordinate your actions with the IDF and the All-Israel Hiking and Travel Center 02-6222211. The route is not considered difficult, but it requires certain physical skills such as climbing on braces and rope, sliding, balancing, and pulling up.

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