Named for the flowers that can be seen around the trail every spring, this hiking loop
passes through thick woodlands, orchards, farms and villages in and around the
reserve. It offers beautiful views of the West Bank, Syria, and the Jordanian
countryside. About halfway through the hike, observe the wine and olive press from the
Byzantine and Roman eras, and just before reaching the end of the trail, rest in the
shade of a large Maloul tree. Each season has different vegetation to enjoy.
The first half of the trail is uphill and the second half is downhill; there are steep
scrambles enroute that demand a reasonable level of fitness.