Snow trip up north

After 3 serious winter days in Israel, it was time to kick-off the snowboarding season.
Every mountain over 700m experienced some whiteness, and even down south, at Mitzpe Ramon, home of the Ramon Crater, the snow piled up on the ground.

Although the Hermon Mountain was not officially open yet (opened today, Sat.), I convinced my friend to tag along for half-day travel to the north of Israel. The sights were amazing !!
The entire Golan Heights and parts of the Galilee were covered in snow, the roads icy at some sections, and the temp was low, 2-3 C. Even Nimrod Fortress got a taste of white…
We stopped by for late breakfast at this beautiful spot (Hebrew article) in Nimrod, a small village 10 min from Hermon Mountain.

[Building a snow dude]

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[The Golan Heights in white]

I didn’t get a chance to snowboard, but no worries – by next weekend my board will have its first taste of snow, and I’ll show you some tricks

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