The Mont Hermon ski resort is located on the border between Israel, Lebanon and Syria, in a territory occupied by Israel in 1967 known as the Golan Heights. On Saturday, June 1, shortly after 8:00 pm, two rockets were launched from Syria against the Golan Heights
Its maximum height is 2040 meters above sea level. The Hermon site is a resort that operates all year long. it covers an area of about 2434 dunams at an altitude of 1600-2040 meters above the sea level. During the winter, the mountain slopes are used for skiing and snowboarding with a wide variety of trails for beginners and advanced skiers.
Visitors, who do not interested in skiing, can enjoy a variety of other recreational activities- snow games, snow sledding for children, alpine coaster (mountain sleds) for the whole family and a ride by chair lift to the top of Mount Hermon. The visitors can also enjoy various buffets, including a kosher one, and purchase winter and ski equipment at adjacent stores.
The Mont Hermon ski resort has 45 kilometers of slopes and 11 ski lifts, as well as a ski school, restaurants, a equipment rental shop and a ski clothing store. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can ride a sledge on rails at this resort.