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Ha-Masrek Nature Reserve *

The Ha-Masrek (Comb) Reserve got its name from the Jerusalem pine trees that grow at its summit and remotely resemble the shape of a hair comb stuck in its head. Probably the first to give the reserve its name were members of the Palmach training camp who were based at Givat Brenner and went on hikes in the area.

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Hurshat Tal National Park *

Hurshat Tal (חורשת טל) is a national park and nature and recreation resort and reserve in the northern Israel. The lawns and campgrounds of Hurshat Tal National Park cover 250 dunams (about 62 acres) of the total 700 dunams (about 170 acres) of this national park.

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