Mt. Bental is one of the mountain tops in the Golan heights which forms the border between Israel and Syria since 1967.
Although its top is built into an Israeli bunker, it is anmanned and open to the public.
Inside the bunker are maps of the 1967 and 1973 wars.
Next to the bunker is a nice coffee place and a display of metal sculptures made of scrap metal, mostly of former agricultural tools.
|Mount Bental on Wikipedia|
|Mount Bental on Tripadvisor|
|Mount Bental on Google Maps|
Points of Interest in the Area
|ATV tour against the Syrian Border|
|“Golan Magic” Visitors Center|
A 360 Degrees photo from the top of Mount Bental