Nature And Animals
The Judean Hills Farm is located in the rural community of Tzur Hadassah. The farm sits on the entrance to the Sansan reserve and is close to dozens of attractive hiking areas such as; The Stalactite Cave, Begin Park, Nahal Katlav, Ein Kobi, Ein Mata and more.
The farm was established in 1991 in the old settlement and in 2004 moved to the new facility that was built according to international standards. The farm was built on a steep slope and was built on three terraced levels in order to preserve the pastoral landscape in the area.
In the architectural design, the emphasis was placed on the rural facade, combining many local trees, rocks, and vegetation. There are horse stables and club buildings located in magnificent wooden structures overlooking a large wooden terrace on the riding pen. The horse farm has been active for over 10 years and is involved in many fields; Riding school, therapeutic riding and an animal care center, adult club, horse training, boarding, a volunteer cavalry unit, challenging activities, and more.