| 899 m (2,949 ft)|
| Igneous rock|
| Red Canyon, Timna Valley, Har Cfachot, Har Šlomo, Israel National Trail|Eilat Mountains Wikipedia
Eilat Mountains (Hebrew: הרי אילת Harei Eilat) is a term for a Mountain range in south of Israel, within the southern Negev.
The mountains are named after the nearby city of Eilat and the biblical name of the city Eilot (Eiloth), which was situated where today the city of Eilat is located.
The Mountain ranges chain of Timna belongs to the Eilat Mountains.
Among the central block of mountains, Mount Hezekiah is the highest, followed by Mount Solomon, although to the casual observer it would seem as if Mount Solomon is higher than Mount Hezekiah.
Ramat Yotam is the lowest mountain in the ridge, regardless of all hills located in the ridge.