Jewish National Fund unveils new bike path in northern Israel
The 9.5 kilometer path borders the town of Givat Ela, and travels the Kefar Horesh forest, where one can see a diversity of trees and plant life, olive groves and breathtaking views.
The Jewish National Fund, in coordination with the local community and the Jezreel Valley Regional Council is unveiling a new bike path in Kefar Horesh.
The 9.5 kilometer path borders the town of Givat Ela, and travels the Kefar Horesh forest, which was planted by the JNF in the 1930s. Along the path, one can see a diversity of trees and plant life, olive groves and breathtaking views.
Head of the JNF for northern Israel Dr. Omri Bonah, Head of the Regional Council Eyal Betzer and representatives of the local community will take part in an unveiling ceremony on January 20."
The JNF has been investing efforts over the past decade in developing paths and infrastructure in the forests and towns bordering the forests in the Jeezrel Valley. According to JNF Chairman Efi Stenzler, the organization has been taking an active role in shaping Israeli culture.
"Through intensive development and signposting in bicycle trails in forests and open areas, the JNF is providing an answer to the demands of thousands of Israelis for safe and professional trails," said Stenzler.