The Gilbon Spring, or Brehat HaKtsinim is known as one of the most abundant springs in the Hula Valley. It springs from the bottom layer of the basalt base of the Golan Heights and has been used since ancient times as the primary water source for the region's settlements. In addition, its waters were used to turn the millstones of the Jalabina mill. The border between Israel and Syria before the Six-Day War ran along the Jordan River and, at this point, was located one kilometre east of the Pkak Bridge. The Syrians used the spring waters to build a pool with cool and clean water for the Syrian officers. All approaches to the region were mined; to this day, there are marked minefields fenced with barbed wire. The spring and the pool can be reached via the marked route of the Jelabun nature reserve or along the former patrol road from Dardara (green marking).