An easy, beautiful, and smooth route of about 3 km.
Near the beginning of the route, there is a dirt parking lot. The road is marked in blue. The stream flows along the path on the right. Part of the way, you can see its pools adjacent to the route, and part of the way, you have to go down for about a minute to reach the stream. As mentioned along the way, there are How many pools, and the nicest and biggest one is about 40 minutes from the beginning of the route.
Along the way, you will also see the bloom of anemones and two impressive almond trees. Near the end of the road, you will reach the ruins of the Tzalmon fortress built around two thousand years ago.
You should bring a change of shoes to wade your feet in the water.