Nahal Og (Og Stream) is one of largest streams in the Dead Sea region and is well known thanks to the fact that it offers moderately challenging activities with a combination of spectacular landscapes and streams.
The stream has three waterfalls that require climbing with bars that are attached to the stone.
Families will particularly enjoy this route because it combines climbs that are not too steep climbs with an opportunity for a moderately extreme experience.
The popular stream will take you through flowing water, spectacular cliffs, and many shady corners that are especially suitable for a brief coffee break.
Length: 2 kilometers
Duration: 1–3 hours, depending on the number of hikers on the trail
Start and end points: parking lot at the entrance to Kibbutz Almog
Suitable for: families looking for a moderate challenge
Note: The stream is prone to flooding, so in winter it is advisable to check the weather forecast and chance of rain in the area before setting out on your hike.
The suggestions that appear here regarding the trails are only our recommendations, and it should be noted those who use them do so at their own discretion and are responsible for themselves. The regional councils take no responsibility for the results.
Photo: Yonatan Eshed