Description: The highest point in Britannia Park affords a spectacular view of the park’s woodlands, the Judean plain and the Hebron Mountains. The view west is of the coastal plain. The hill is identified with Moreshet Gat, the city of the prophet Micah. On its eastern slopes not far from Route 38 are the remains of an aqueduct that conducted water from the springs of the Hebron Mountains to Beit Guvrin.
Directions: A. Private cars: on the dirt road marked in blue that ascends to Hurvat Tzora (Tzora Ruins) about 6 km north of Beit Guvrin (Route 38, between Km markers 3 and 4). From the ruin connect to the Britannia Park scenic road (green mark and Israel Trail mark). Turn left, drive 900 m to the large parking lot and from there on foot for one kilometer to the summit of Tel Goded on the Israel Trail. B. For 4x4 vehicles: from the Beit Guvrin gas station (Route 35), drive 900 m north towards Beit Nir and turn right on the park road of Britannia Park, which transverses the entire length of the park. The road reaches the Tel Goded parking lot after about 6 km.