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The Jerusalem Ring Power Trail: 0.0 km

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Hidden : 09/13/2013
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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The Jerusalem Ring: A Green Park for the Golden City


The Railroad Park - Milton’s Way Bike Path is a strip of open space that forms the urban section of the park, extending from the heart of the city and along the abandoned railroad track from the Khan Theater westwards. This green boulevard used for urban leisure and recreation: footpaths, pergolas, and seating areas.


Jerusalem has had the good fortune to be the first city in Israel to be encompassed by green parks as part of the plan to improve the city's quality of life and to protect its natural surroundings. The Jerusalem Ring is a new metropolitan park that extends over some 1,500 hectares (3700 acres), surrounding the capital to the north, west, and south. The park will preserve ancient landscapes while offering a variety of leisure and recreation opportunities, including footpaths, bicycle trails and picnic sites.

The path starts from The First Station. You can rent a bike also there.

More links:
- The Jerusalem Ring: A Green Park for the Golden City
- Jerusalem Park
- The Jerusalem Metropolitan Park: A green park for a Golden City
- Cycling on New Trails in Jerusalem Park
- New Bike Trail Inaugurated in Jerusalem Metropolitan Park
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