A stunning day trip in Rosh Pina that includes several stops:
We started at the Mitzpe Bari in memory of the late Bari Oved, from Mish Pina, who was murdered in the attack. It is a beautiful spot with a lovely view of the area.
Adjacent to it is the coffee cart Retreat Coffee - we went there for a morning coffee on the balcony in front of the view. They have hot focaccia with dips which was excellent.
Opening Hours: Sunday - Wednesday 8:00 - 22:00.
Thursday is open until 24:30 because there is a musical jam from 20:30.Friday 8:00 - 19:00
Saturday 8:00 - 23:00
From there, we continued to the Rosh Pina stream trail. It is an excellent family trail- a walk on the road in a green forest. Along the way, several wading pools for children to enjoy, jumping in the water. Along the trail we saw several cows and donkeys on the roadsides.
The route from the beginning to the end (a gate for cows) takes about an hour and a half. Then you have to go back the same way. Those who are not interested can stop anywhere along the road. Families found places to picnic and rest under the trees on the sides of the track. ,
When we returned, we climbed to the Nimrod observatory through the Upper Handiv Street, where you will find several exciting galleries.
Mitzpe Nimrod is a beautiful and exciting place.It was established in memory of Nimrod Segev, a fourth-generation in Rosh Pina who was killed in the Second Lebanon War. Gilad Stockelman, Nir Cohen, and the late Noam Golman are commemorated there. It is surrounded by well-kept vegetation and offers a beautiful area view.
We finished with lunch at the Halutzim coffee cart - the cart is located in the Baron Garden, and sitting there is very pleasant. There is good coffee and excellent bagel or croissant sandwiches.
Opening days and hours:
Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 17:00