WATCH: After severe storms, Hermon Mountain opens for visitors

A crowd of visitors were welcomed to the site on Saturday morning as the popular attraction opened

January 20, 2018 09:11

Hermon Mountain now open

Hermon Mountain now open


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Snow-lovers from around Israel visited the Hermon Mountain on Saturday morning after a strong storm on Friday left 20 cm [7.8 in] of snow on the lower parts of the mountain and 30 cm [11.8 in] of snow on the upper slopes.

Mountain Hermon now open for visits / Mt. Hermon Media

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In crisp, zero degree weather, the workers on the site hoped the fresh snow would attract many visitors and heeded those who arrived to follow the security instructions.

Snow on the Hermon mountain with child making a snow angel / Mt. Hermon Media

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