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Wadi Qelt - Nahal Prat, Kfar Adumim
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Ruins, Tourist Spots
Hike through the Judean desert along Wadi Qelt - Nahal Prat, a desert ravine that starts from Jerusalem and ends in Jericho. The trail provides serves as a popular route for local Palestinian and Israeli hikers. Despite the desert landscape, the spring-fed stream allows for the growth of various plant life. Areas such as the Prat National Park provide for a lush oasis landscape and attract various species of animals. See the monastery built into the cliff face of the valley. This trail has Biblical connections, said to be part of Jesus Christ's "Final Journey to Jerusalem." See Wadi Qelt - Nahal Prat and all Kfar Adumim has to offer by arranging your trip with our Kfar Adumim itinerary builder.
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Vor allem im Frühling ist eine Wanderung durch das Wadi Qelt wunderbar. Einfach traumhaft. Natur, Aussicht auf Jericho, usw. Man kann sich mit dem Taxi aus Jerusalem hinunterfahren lassen (Einstieg ob... read more »Especially in the spring, a hike through the Wadi Qelt is wonderful. Simply gorgeous. Nature, views of Jericho, etc. You can take down leave (entry above the monastery or directly at the monastery – depending on the duration of the hike) to the taxi from Jerusalem. And walk down to Jericho. There, taking a taxi back to the check point / Jerusalem. The hike from the monastery is not suitable for people with a fear of heights down to Jericho. Requires in some places Trippfestigkeit. Hike is due to the heat should not be underestimated - especially if one goes in front of the monastery in the Wadi.show original
The Wadi Qelt is a spectacular Valley that descends all the way from Jerusalem to Jericho, the full length of which, can be hiked if you are fit and have a full day to spare. A turning from the main J... read more »
very beautiful Monastery in the desert peaceful and a good place to recommend. i visited the place with a group of friends, its our religious belief during holy week to visit churches such as monaster... read more »
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