Tzipori River Promenade is a stunning route for all ages - everything is green, and there are wonderful yellow blossoms and blooming fields. The walk is on a flat path along the banks of a stream. There are several ways to travel here, which also depend on what you want to do - a picnic or a hike:
Those who are looking for a hike - we did the hike from Ein Yivkato the monks' mill and back.It is a beautiful and not a too difficult trail. We started at the Ein Yivka spring, which is crowded in the summer, but now it's pleasant. You can dip your feet and start walking on the paved path from there. The road is about forty minutes in one direction (if you are without children) and the view is stunning. The Monks' Mill is a place to stop for a picnic/Pakl coffee. On Shabbat, there is also an Arab food cart there (I didn't taste it).
You can also do it in the opposite direction - go from Ras Ali to Ein Yivka. If you have two cars, you can leave one on each side.
Those who are only looking for a picnic - you should go only to Ras Ali promenade. From there there is an accessible boardwalk and a few minutes walk to the monks' mill. On Shabbat, it is usually crowded there, but if you walk a few meters further, you will find quieter corners.