From Nahal Havarim to Nahal
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This time we'll travel in Nahal Havarim, which flows in the northern margins of the Ovdat plateau. The stream creates a
narrow, twisted canyon about 3km (~1.8 miles) long. The stream begins on the south-easterly slopes of the Halukim range,
near the Ben Gurion College, and flows to Nahal Tzin. On the trek we'll see an ancient water hole and become familiar with
the various plants and rocks common in the Negev desert.
How to reach the track:
From the Ben Gurion College we'll drive 2km (~1.2 miles) south on the road to Mitzpe Ramon.We'll stop near a sign, on
a turn, which directs eastward toward Nahal Havarim. There we'll leave the car and descend to the creek.
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