The walking trails on Givat Hatitora were marked by members of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel and will enter the booklet of marked trails currently being prepared for distribution. Last year, the Iriyah joined together with the Antiquities Authority and the Society for the Protection of Nature to create content for the site, with the aim of strengthening the connection between the residents and the city's heritage sites and to make it accessible to all residents.
The upgrades on Givat Hatitora were done with emphasis on three main elements: tourism, education and community. In terms of tourism: turning the hill into a nature site and Jewish heritage, with the main attractions of the hill, the unique landscape, flowering and heritage of the place. In terms of education: development of the Hasmonean period heritage center, which will be a center for learning and research on flora and fauna, and will allow a meeting between man and heritage. There will also be educational programs. From a community perspective: a space for community activity that inspires local pride and belonging to the heritage.