Nahal Bokek

Nahal Bokek (the Bokek Stream) is full of abundant climbing plants and will take you on a journey through time and empires—from the Hasmonean era, through the Roman Empire, and all the way to the late period of Jewish settlement in the area.
The stream offers a variety of hiking options for all ages. Families will enjoy a relaxed walk through the waters, which flow year-round to magnificent pools. Experienced hikers will enjoy a climb up the waterfall at the end of the trail.
No matter which option you choose, you’ll enjoy a brief escape into magical desert places. Don’t forget to send regards to the rock hyraxes.

Trail length: 3 kilometers.
Hike duration: 2 hours.
Suitable for: The short trail is suitable for everyone. The long one, including the climb, is suitable for experienced hikers.
Note: At the end of the trail there are asphalt rocks.

Starting and ending point: Ein Bokek

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.

Nahal Bokek
Nahal Bokek
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