Gamla Nature Reserve is a National Park found in Ramat Hagolan. This magical place has so much to offer and one can spend the entire day there. At the enterance to the park you have a choice of two routes. The first route is an easy flat trail of about two kilometers which takes you to Gamla waterfall, the tallest waterfall in Israel!. The trail is not circular. The path is not shaded and therefore best done in cloudy mild temperatures. In the spring when the flowers are in bloom, the trail is spectacular, but try to avoid rainy days as it can get very muddy.
The second route in the reserve is the Vulture trail, a circular paved route which is about a kilometer in distance. On this route there are various places to stop and see ancient ruins, gorgeous views and soaring vultures of which Gamla is most famous for. There is also a bird lookout point from which Mount Gamla can be seen. Mount Gamla is a site of historical importance. One can walk to the top of Mount Gamla (probably about an hour and a half walk each way). The start of the route is from the bird lookout point
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