From the air Rujm el-Hiri is impressive, a series of stone circles reminiscent of Stonehenge. Archeologists date it back 6,000 years and say it was used some sort of monument for 4,000 years. Later it was used as a burial site. And on the summer solstice the sun’s angle strikes the inside of the central mound illuminating a seat within. It’s off the beaten path. One can only approach by foot, from the west by leaving a car on the Waterfall Road (Highway 808) and hiking on the Golan Trail to the east for 40 minutes. Or one can take a shorter walk from the east along the Golan Trail for 20 minutes, but this involves leaving a car on one of the backroad dirt roads on the Golan.