Hill top possesses an air of mystery. It towers high above us, far surpassing the level at which we stand, nestled at the mountain’s base. Our eyes instinctively gaze upwards, yearning to catch a glimpse of its summit. However, this desire is often thwarted, as the peak frequently remains concealed behind a veil of clouds or a cloak of mist. The optimal approach is to embark on the arduous climb, ascending to the very top and experiencing it first-hand. Once we find ourselves upon the mountain itself, the summit lies at our feet, no longer requiring us to crane our necks upwards but rather inviting us to lower our gaze. We have the mountain beneath us, and at that moment, we can proudly declare that we have conquered it. The sensation of triumph is truly remarkable – to conquer, or perhaps even surpass, the challenges posed by a mountain. Yet, from the hill top, a breathtaking panorama of additional mountains and peaks unfolds before our eyes. They stand resolute in their majestic splendour, indifferent to the desires and ambitions of humankind. The illustration depicts a mountain with a geometrical form, its slopes adorned with a dense layer of solid earth. The sparsely scattered light accentuates its contours, while the summit remains enshrouded in darkness. I find myself pondering what secrets the mountain conceals at its peak. When the sun ascends and bathes it in its radiant beams, perhaps then it will unveil its hidden mysteries to us. It is worth to experience. Hilltop retreats are perfect for rejuvenation.