Mount Hermonit, like many other mountains in the Golan heights, is an inactive volcano. At an impressive height of 1,210 meter above sea level, it is the second highest mountain in the Golan region. To the south of Mount Hermonit is the Vale of Tears, named so after the Yom Kippur War, famous for the difficult armored brigade battle that took place on it. There are impressive remnants of bunkers on Mount Hermonit as well as wonderful views of the Vale of Tears, the Hermon and the Golan Heights. For those searching for true silence, Mount Hermonit is the place to find it; far-removed from the craziness of daily life, it is the perfect place to revel in the total silence.
address: The reserve is about 2km north-east of the town of Bukata.
Categories : Nature Parks
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