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A stunning site, there is little trouble to enter during the cold seasons, because of the traffic jams at the entrance. You see most of Israel from up there, when there is a good visibility. A recommended place to visit, especially for ski lovers.
In 2012 , I travelled by bus from Qiryat Shmona to Majdal Shams, a town in foothills of Mt Hermon. I walked through town up the mountain for a few Kilometers. Beautiful views! November 2017, I travelled with friends by car and went as far...More
What a joy I can visit Mount Hermon which is the highest mountain in the Middle East. When I and my team came here, there were no visitors other than my team. So we can enjoy the beauty of the mountain freely. Moreover, at the...More
Let's go skiing!... Mt. Hermon is right at the border with Syria. Actually is part of the dispute between the two countries. Also, it is the only place in Israel where one can go to ski. You really feel like you are in those European...More
We stayed in Tiberius and decided to take a road trip to Mount Hermon and the Ski resort as we heard from the locals there was snow. The drive to Mount Hermon was really interesting and beautiful.
There is a lot of parking available. I...More
We went after the ski season ended, around March. Still a little snow left, but obviously not enough to ski. Lift was operational though a bit expensive, to the top of one of the peaks. Not much on the top to do this time of...More
The site is wonderful. when the snow is there - and without it also.
BUT - the problems begin when we wanted to visit in the place on Friday morning... a very big no-no.
there were unbelievable traffic jams from Neve Attive (the kibbutz below...More
Although the Mt. Hermon site has been open for years, on this visit I could see a very large improvement. The workers are very nice and caring - we needed help with are older parents on the cable car and they just gave all of...More
In the winter weekends the line to get into the ski resort, and then again up and down on the ski lift is ridiculously long. Trails in the area are open (by the army) for trekking on shabbat which is definitely recommended.
Once again, I set out to prove that Mount Hermon is not only a freeze-your-rump-in-the-snow winter fun land, but can be enjoyed by snow-haters during the summer months. Three weeks ago, my grown and married-with-5-kids son and I travelled up to the northeast tip of...More