Napoleon’s Hill (also known as Acre Hill) is a small hill located at the southern entrance of the City of Acre, that constitutes a spectacular high vantage point towards the Old City, the New City and the Mediterranean Sea.
The hill is also, among other things, a bike park and a 5 km long single track for mountain hiking has been created on the hill and in its surroundings and beside it a pump track utilized as a riding skills complex, which is presently open to the public free of charge.
In addition, a system of roads and trails emerges from the hill, enabling bike rides to the centers of interest and attractions of the City of Acre: The Bahá í Gardenslocated north of Acre, surrounding in a wide circle the mansion that was inhabited by Bahaulla, the Prophet-Founder of the Bahá í Faith, during the last years of his life, as well as the Temple where he was brought to eternal rest.
The Old City with its diverse interesting sites: the Hospitaller Fortress, the Templars Tunnel, Hamam al-Basha, the Old Acre Marketand the Acre port.
The extreme sports park nearby Napoleon s Hill (Acre Hill) and the beautiful riding track emerging directly from the hill through a network of trails and single tracks, towards the Na aman Stream trail and the Ein Afek Nature Reserve.