The main site (c. 4 dunams) is located on a high hill (Fig. 2). A circular building (diam. c. 10 m) was documented at the top of the hill. It was constructed from large indigenous basalt stones and preserved one–two courses high. Remains of walls that may have been internal partitions were visible inside the building. Three hewn cupmarks were located nearby. The opening of an underground complex (cistern?) was documented on the northern slope of the hill. On a saddle west of the building was a channel (length 35 m, width 8 m), both dug and rock-hewn. Stone walls and stone clearance heaps were built on either side of it. Elongated stone clearance heaps, below which stone walls may be hidden, were noted on the western moderate part of the site. A wall built two courses high of large basalt stones was surveyed on the steep slope of the hill northeast of the building. The wall extended up to the edge of the channel. The site is located at a strategic point that controls the nearby area and has a commanding view of the surroundings farther away. It is reasonable to assume that this site was associated with the large settlements nearby, among them Horbat Qedesh to the north, Tel Bet Yerah to the east and Tel ‘Eli and Horbat Kush to the south.
The three concentrations of finds in the north, northeast and south of the survey area consisted of stone piles (max. diam. 5 m) and walls, which were probably used to delimit fields.