A fun family hike through the Hatsbani River, the longest of the Jordan river tributaries, Nachal Snir is found in a National Park that takes you on an mini natural adventure; you will walk through the rushing water, past waterfalls and through wading pools and over stones and tree roots. At some points, the water can reach your knees, and certain parts of the hike require the use of handholds. The handholds ensure that you don’t slip, and are not difficult at all. The National Park has a number of trails. The long trail, is the most challenging, as described above, is still considered easy and only 1.5 hours long. There is also a short trail which takes you to the waterfall and wading pool. This path is completely wheelchair accessible. There is also an intermediate trail takes about 30 minutes through the Snir river. This trail is equivalent to the long trail in fun and difficulty, requiring you toget wet, but it is much shorter.