The Hermon is the highest mountain in Israel and is at its border with Syria and Lebanon. The Hermon is not mentioned by name in the New Testament, but is believed by some to be the site of the event of the “Transfiguration” of Jesus (Luke 9:28-36).
Reputed as a small winter Ski resort among the Israelis, but the Hermon is also worth a visit in the summer. Fun cable car and slides rides, and amazing panorama views especially of the Golan Heights, are well worth a visit in all seasons of the year!.
Book a Private Tour to the Hermon
Mount Hermon is in the northern end of the Golan Heights, which are about 3 hours drive from Jerusalem or Tel-Aviv, and so it is recommended to devote atleast two days for touring this region.
Contact me for more details and a tour proposal:
Presenting Mount Hermon to “The Watchman”, Erick Stackelbeck, 2020
Fun video of skiing with my boy in the Hermon, Jan. 2017!
Points of Interest in the Area
|Caesarea Philippi (Banias)|