Eyn Ayub next to Tabgha is not a hike, but there is a great waterfall. Along highway 87 just east of Kfar Nachum is a sign for Tabgha. You can park either alongside the edge of the highway on the other side, or there is a dirt parking lot above the highway, if it is not full.
“Job’s spring” (Ein Ayub), a warm sulfuric spring named after the Biblical figure that was tested by God. According to the tradition, Job lived in the nearby cave and treated himself from his sickness in the waters of the spring.
Ain Ayub, Near Tabgha, Israel