Brechat ha-Meshishim - the Hexagonal Pool - is a small but impressing pool in the southwest of the Golan Heights. The name comes from hexagonal rocks surronding it. It's not too easy to arrive there for an amateur tourist like me - only my fourth attempt succeeded. The success is a bit relative - there was near 40 degrees Celsius that day, and the road one way was 7 km. But it was worth it.



The view from the road there. It's still early, and no sign for a heat waiting for us.
The Meshushim brook is deep below




The Meshushim brook as it flows into the pool.



Seeing the pool from above at last ...



... nearer ...



... here we are.


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