The Aminadav Forest, spread over 7,000 dunam, was planted in combination with natural woodland to create the largest of greater Jerusalem`s open spaces, for the benefit of residents and visitors.
From the scenic route blazed by KKL-JNF along the Salmon-Soreq contour, one has a striking view of the Soreq and Refa`im riverbeds and the Jerusalem Hills, and in the distance once can also see the plains of central Israel. In the forest are several natural springs, beautiful, ancient agricultural terraces, orchards, ancient winepresses, clothing houses, and chalk pits. Recreation sites dot the entrances to the forest, including some with sport equipment and activity centers.
There are cycling trails - some harder than others - a sign-posted tracking trail and a trail for the physically challenged next to the Sa`adim Ruins, projects enabled by Friends of KKL-JNF, Germany.
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