Wadi Mujib Trail

A walk through the winding creeks of Wadi Mujib

July 22, 2019
Private Tours

Indulge your sense of adventure in a fast-paced and adrenaline-inducing excursion to Wadi Mujib.

Wadi Mujib river

Adventure walks in Wadi Mujib are nothing short of enthralling. A mix of Sandstone Mountains and low drops, the excursion promises to take visitors through various elevations and views.

Whether you prefer a simple stroll or something challenging, the wild and lively area of Wadi Mujib, with its warm and colourful terrain is perfect for climbers and nature lovers. It boasts several trails to cater to every preference.

 

Trails at Wadi Mujib

The Siq Trail (April 1 – October 31), guided or self-guided

Duration: 2-3 hours

Starting Point: Mujib Bridge Reception

Description: In this trail you will take the cantilevered walkway over the dam and follow the course of the river between towering sandstone cliffs to the base of a large waterfall. This trail is an ideal walk to take slowly and enjoy the cool water and shade.

 

The Ibex Trail (Year-round, except during Ramadan and according to weather conditions)

Duration: 3-4 hours

Starting Point: Mujib Bridge Reception

Description: Just south of the Dead Sea road, a guide will accompany you on a steep, ascending trail into the heart of the reserve. After a short distance, there is an optional detour up the mountainside to Riyash Castle.

 

The Malaqi Trail (April 1 – October 31, except during Ramadan), guided only

Duration: 7 hours

Starting Point: Mujib Bridge Reception

Description: The perks of this trail include hikers passing through the white hills made of soft sand deposits. The hike then culminates with a descent into river Mujib. Here you can find small fish as well as frogs.

 

Mujib Canyon Trail (April 1 – October 31, except during Ramadan), guided only

Duration: 4 hours

Starting Point: Mujib Bridge Reception

Description: This trail is similar to the Malaqi Trail but is condensed for those who prefer shorter excursions.

 

Additional Activities:

Stay in Mujib Biosphere Reserve in the Mujib Chalets, which are only a short distance from the hike site. Shop for handcrafted

Silver jewelry which has been lovingly produced by local women. These tasteful pieces are excellent gifts. Alternatively, pick up a selection of herbs which have been grown in the area and boast wonderful medicinal properties.

 

Mujib Trails Safety Rules:

-You must be at least 18 years old.

-You must wear a life-vest, ( which they are available at the reception)

-Stay away from all dangerous areas which are marked by warning signs.

-Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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