The Yehudiya Forest Nature Reserve spreads over 66,000 dunams of wild natural beauty in the center of the Golan region. Tens of dunams of it are covered with a forest and five streams flow in it: Meshushim (Hexagons), Yehudiya, Daliot, Zavitan and Gamla. These streams create magnificent canyons on their way with pools and high waterfalls. The Yehudiya stream flows between two impressive cliffs and the springs, waterfalls, pools and thick flora around it create numerous charming spots and a very popular and challenging trail which includes climbing down ladders and swimming in deep water. The Yehudiya Forest Nature Reserve is named after the deserted village of El-Yehudiya, which is located at its center. In the village are the remains of ancient structures which feature arches, capitals and hewn smooth stones decorated with a five branches Menorah.