From the village of Burma, the trail descends to the King Talal Dam and provides a view across the large expanse of water stretching eastward between forested shores. It then crosses the dam wall and ascends to a hilltop ridge, which it follows south past rich farmlands to the mixed Christian and Muslim village of Rmemeen with its café and neighboring church spire and minaret.
Beyond, it follows a track up a narrow, winding agricultural valley, climbing near Ahliyya University to reach the Christian village of Fuheis and the nearby Carakale Brewery – the first microbrewery in Jordan.
Length: 59.1 km
Main sites in the Nebo Region: