Gamla National Park is a great place to hike in the southern Golan. You will find a variety of routes and views of stunning landscapes.
Here are three of the trails I hiked:
📌 The Eagles Trail - Gamla Lookout is a short and accessible circular trail of about half a kilometer that leads to both the Eagles Lookout (with information about the Sisera Eagle and the whole issue of eagles in the Golan) and observation of Gamla Old City.
📌 The dolmen trail to Gamla waterfall - about 1.5 km (line: back and forth on the same road). Through the dolmen field to a stream that crosses Nahal Gamla and a view of the beautiful waterfall: the highest solid waterfall in the country.
📌 The Dalyot Falls - about 3 km of walking on the cliff, descending to the river, and climbing towards the Dalyot parking lot. The views from the cliff are amazing. Since we were with two vehicles, we put one in Gamla and the other in the Dalyot parking lot. If you have one car you need to go back all the way.
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