Located in the heart of the Ramon Crater, ‘The Carpentry’ is popular name given to a unique geo-morphological pattern. Sandstone was induced by slow geothermal activity, created prisms and beams piled over a hill, looking like a backyard of a carpentry.
Visiting the Ramon Crater’s ‘Carpentry’
The site is a 5 minutes’ drive on a dirt road form road 40, in the heart of the Crater. It is open year-round, free of charge. A circular trail leads from the parking lot to the top of the prisms hill, passing through clusters of beam-shaped rocks, hewn by nature.
A visit to the site can be combined with a tour of the Ramon Crater and the South.
- photos by Tal Takomi and Danny Herman
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Points of Interest in the Area
|Ramon Crater Visitors Center|
|Off-Road Tour in Ramon Crater|
|Stargazing in Ramon Crater|