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Four days hiking and easy scrambling


This trip its 4 days hiking and scrambling carving the most nice places for hiking and easy scrambling . so its possible to chose to do one day or two or three of full program. we start from the camp At 8 Am We end every day around 4 Pm we drive by jeep in this trip .

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Day One : we start from the village to the Rakebat Canyon through the massif of Jebel Um Ishrin. The beginning involves scrambling up a big slab, before descending steeply into a narrow ravine – this is “Goat Gully”. When we come out from here, you will realise just how much of a labyrinth exists inside the imposing mountain. Canyons start off in every direction, and you need either a sharp eye for terrain or a good guide with you. The sandstone walls are very impressive, towering above you. After lunch in Wadi Um Ishrin, we have an easy hike to the Barragh Canyon. The Barragh canyon leads between magnificent cliffs, with high sand dunes heaped up against them. These cliffs are the site of many world class climbing routes, and perhaps a team will be climbing here.



Day Two : The next day, we drive to Jebel Burdah and a climb to the famous Arch. This is easy scrambling, but as in the Rakebat Canyon, the guide will have a rope with him for safety, and the climb should provide no difficulty for active scramblers. Although Jebel Burdah is not very far from Rum Village, the view from the Arch is among the finest to be seen in the whole of the Wadi Rum area. To go up and down again usually takes about 4 or 5 hours. In the afternoon we hike towards the "Middle Arch" of Um Fruth. This is very simple climbing compared to the Burdah Arch.



Day Three : we drive south to the Hash Ridge. This is a long ridge stretching from east to west across the desert. There is no particular difficulty about this walk, although perhaps you might need to use hands to go up and to come down again at the end. We shall take a picnic lunch with us and stop somewhere to eat., but the views to the north over Wadi Rum and to the south towards Saudi Arabia are magnificent. In the afternoon we shall do a shorter hike


Day Four :. We are heading to Jebel Um Adaami, the highest mountain in Jordan, right on the Saudi border. This is a difficult drive for the 4x4, but as passengers you should enjoy it, especially the wide and lonely Wadi Saab it in the far south. When we reach the mountain we shall start up through a gully: this is the only difficulty in the ascent. The rest of the path is a stony one, leading to the cairn marking the summit. Here we are right on the border and can see far into the Saudi mountains. Make sure you have plenty of film with you!



Price : for 2-3 people 65 JD per person for one day trip , 60JD/person for more than one day trip . This includes all meals and sleeping equipment. camping .with mineral water to drink .guide for hike and the scrambling .

Notes : We offer discount to large groups from 8 people and Travel Agencies

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