Keshet Cave

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Keshet Cave
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golouis99
Jerusalem, Israel575 contributions
Really attractive scenery - easy short hike
May 2021
Reached by winding hill road from Nahariya (20 minute drive). Easy parking and short 15 minute hike from car park. Unusual rock formation as a partial ceiling arch is all that remains of a former cave. View over rolling hills, forests and coastal plain including the sea. Toilets adjacent to the car park. Bring your own cold water although there is a drinking water tap near the entrance (on a hot day the water is warm). No entrance fee. Option of longer hiking trails starting from the car park. Worthwhile visit.
Written 9 May 2021
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Israel R
Ra'anana, Israel16,126 contributions
KESHET (Arch) Cave is what is left after its colapse. Its name was given because of the ARCH shape that remained.
Aug 2020
Keshet Cave is located in the Western Galilee, close to Kibbutz Adamit. The cave, as of today is no longer so much a cave, it’s actually a huge rock ARCH hanging in the air, and below it a huge cliff. In the past the cave was completely closed but over time it was exposed and developed as a result of geological operations and its ceiling collapsed over the years. This condition, in which only an arch remains between heaven and earth, has turned the cave into a spectacular abseiling site. On a clear day, the wonderful view of the Upper Galilee is reflected in all four winds of heaven.
Written 28 August 2020
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Lara G
Clifton, NJ21 contributions
Park is best as a site for rappelling
Aug 2020
Kesher Cave is an unusual rock formation of a stone arch with a huge drop below -- The big thrill is rappelling off, and some people even swing from this arch -- which seems pretty intense to me -- Not for anyone except truly experienced rappellers, because the drop is deadly. Aside from using the arch as an extreme adventure site, there are beautiful views from the park, and it has the most gorgeous wheelchair or stroller accessible path that I have seen yet in Israel. Other than that, the park has some trails, and nothing else too exciting.
Written 13 August 2020
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avipiti
Hod Hasharon, Israel1,918 contributions
Pretty (collapsed) cave
Jun 2020
The cave is located at the top of a mountain overlooking the northern Israeli border. The park around the cave is nice, but the real attraction here is rappelling down from the cave. The more challenging part is climbing up again through a mildly difficult trail. Great experience!
Written 29 July 2020
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Marvin's Place / Arad
Arad, Israel55 contributions
Captivating scenery of the Galilee, option for rappelling down cave
Aug 2019
Keshet (arch) cave is situated in the western Galilee of Israel, not far from the border with Lebanon (although completely safe area). The story is that a large cave existed here, but its roof collapsed at some point, leaving an arch. There's a nice short trail leading to the cave, and then amazing scenery looking down towards the Galilee mountains and villages in Israel. The Lebanese side cannot be seen from this place. The only problem is that some visitors leave their garbage on the floor, which is of coruse disgusting. Those interested in rapelling - there's usually a guy sitting there with the right equipment, who will help you rappell down into the cave for a fee.
Written 23 September 2019
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TsviShlomo
Ra'anana, Israel333 contributions
A must see site in northern Israel
Jul 2019 • Couples
We were staying in Nahariya so a visit to Keshet Cave is only s short drive away on excellent roads. Parking and picnic facilities in Adamit Park are extensive. There are a number of trails in the park but we took the paved main trail down to the arch. It’s hard to describe in words the great views and the rock arch, so I’ll post a picture much like all the others. Don’t miss it!
Written 24 July 2019
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Avi S
Canberra, Australia102 contributions
BEAUTIFUL VIEWS
May 2019 • Family
One can do a lot of walking around in beautiful surroundings. There is plenty of parking and if you are observant enough you will see the odd huge gecko basking in the sun.
Written 4 July 2019
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Orenvil
Rishon Lezion, Israel676 contributions
The high sight of north Israel
May 2019 • Family
There are two ways to go uphill -
1. The 1st one is throw 'Admit Park', and there you can walk through pathway, even with a stroller.
2. The 2nd one is climbing on the rocks, 1km uphill.

At the first one, there are a lot of parking lot spaces, but a very few at the second one.

Up there, you'll see the city of Haifa, Acre, Naharia and much more.

Most recommended!!
Written 11 May 2019
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ch0cbr0wnie
London, UK130 contributions
Breathtaking view
Apr 2019 • Couples
Keshet cave(arched cave) is an attraction within Admit park in the West Gallilee, on the border with Lebanon. It's a very nice park for whole family, green and beautiful, with plentiful parking and tables for picnic The main attraction though is the giant natural arch with amazing view into the valley. I couldn't believe, how huge it is, and the view is mesmerising. Paths to the arch are very well paved. Especially recommend to visit in spring, when there is blossom everywhere.
Written 27 April 2019
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Lutra
Israel14 contributions
Amazing location
Jul 2018
A wonderful abseiling trip, for all ages.
From the top of the cave, it's around 45m, and after that, you have a nice climb back to the parking area.
Written 28 January 2019
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