Noked Stream

Noked Stream gained its name from Israeli settlers who came to Ramat Hanegev in the mid-20th century. The stream was called by locals, for hundreds of years, “Etz Stream”, named after the giant, increasing Negev method in the stream. The stream’s slopes have tulips blossoming in-between the rocks during springtime.
The track is a roundtrip about three kilometers in each direction; a very comfortable walk.

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