Kibbutz Be'eri is a kibbutz in the south of Israel. Located in the north-western Negev desert near the border with the Gaza Strip it is within the Eshkol Regional Council area. Founded in October 1946. Today it is home to 1,000 residents, 500 of whom are kibbutz members.
Kibbutz Be’eri members, together with the KK-JNF opened in the Be’eri forest. For families there are level areas, a playground for children, hiking routes and sports facilities for older youth, to name a few options. The soil in the region offers a suitable area for carpets of flowers which are a must when visiting the region.
The area around Kibbutz Beeri is especially suited to cycling. The landscape is varied: woodland, gullies, archeological sites and settlements. The bicycle trails offered suit everyone's level of cycling: two routes are suitable for families and are 4 and 8 km long, "Sovev Be'eri" single route is more challenging, as is the Be'eri Pothole. Other routes are 12 and 23 km long. All routes pass by the scenery of the area, archaeological ruins, Bedouin settlements and a memorial to the ANZAC army corps.
Near the kibbutz gate you will find "The Pedal" where you can rent bicycles, have your own bike checked, get advice and buy maps. There are also food stands, rest rooms and showers.
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