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We enter rocky corridors. We veer to the left and descend through a path of stones broken by snow, until we reach a cedar forest overlooking the Fafu'ah plains on the left and the site of Nabi Khaled on the right.
The last part of the hike is quite short. It takes us to a forest of oaks (a 20-minute descent), known as the Fneidek Forest, named after the nearby village. Green in spring and summer, golden in early autumn, and bare in winter, this forest is sustained by squirrels that bury acorns in the ground. From the forest, we reach Nabi Khaled via a circular path.