This is the west face of the mountain Nazareth is built on called the Mt. of Nazareth. It overlooks Mt. Tabor and the Yizreel Valley (Jezreel in the Bible).
To the west of this mountain was another moutain called the Mount of Precipice.
Jesus returned to Nazareth after it was said he was working miracles. He had to read the scriptures during the Sabbath service in their synagogue and to comment about what he had read. Jesus sensed their rejection of God's plan. He told them that God would not do miracles for them. Some of the people were furious and tried to force him towards a cliff to throw him off. He was able to escape their grasp. The cliff in the photo is nearly vertical for more than forty feet.
A different view of the peak: http://dqhall59.com/summit.htm