Also known as Ayalon Park. A forest park in the foothills of the Jerusalem hills with interesting natural and historical sites.
Located mostly in the West Bank, a smaller part of it was located in an area that was considered no man's land. It was annexed as a result of the 1967 Six-Day War. The park is supported by the Jewish National Fund of Canada.
The park is visited by about 300,000 visitors a year.