Ha-Masrek Nature Reserve

Archaeology and History

Ha-Masrek Nature Reserve 

The reserve is named after the Jerusalem pine trees that grow at the top of the ridge and are reminiscent of the shape of a hair comb. The name was given by members of the Palmach, who settled in Givat Brenner and toured the area. 

In the reserve there are several circular paths that pass through the woods, all reaching a clearing in which there is an ancient building. Along the reserve, there are marked observation points and benches for rest.

Region
Jerusalem Area
Address
Ha-Masrek Reserve

Opening hours
24/7
Parking
Parking
Suitable for children
Suitable for children

Website
bit.ly

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