Come up to this high, rugged place, as east as you can go in Israel (unless you take one of our borderland Jeep tours!). This site functioned as an Israeli fortress in the 1960’s and 1970’s and now affords a cool climate, brisk winds and unparalleled views. Gaze out over the Syrian Plain, spread out beneath you and come to appreciate the strategic importance of the entire Golan Heights. Then take a break at Kofi Annan, a café created by the intrepid Kibbutzniks who live below this mountain on its protected, western side. Engage the local Druze farmer who brings his fresh produce, honey and tehina for your enjoyment.