I live around 2,000 feet above sea level. And from my office in the Western Galilee, I can see the Mediterranean Sea. Throw the Kinneret, the world's lowest lying fresh water lake, into the equation and we're talking about a lot of ups and downs on the way in and back from work.
There is one spot, though, that I think is truly breathtaking - and, of course, I drive it every day. It's the spot coming down from Almagor towards the northern side of the Kinneret. I'm no good at estimating these sort of things, so I thought a picture would help.
The Golan is on the left and the Galillee is on the right.
Here you can see how the road swerves downwards towards the Kinneret. It's the sort of road that makes me wish that my car could fly.
Actually, if one were to be in possesion of a man powered plane, this might be the ultimate place to fly.