Jordan Trail | 2- Gaa’ MriebeD to Wadi al-Saif
The Jordan Trail is a continuous route crossing the entire country of Jordan, offering over 600 kilometers of trail and 36 days of beautiful hiking through diverse
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  • Distance: 14.3 km
  • Time:    hours
  • Physical Challenge: Difficult
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Waymarked: No

To download the Jordan Trail GPS tracks, click here.

Basic Info:

The trail leaves the Jebel Harun trail, heading south out of the valley before descending into the upper reaches of Wadi Sabra with a wild mountain landscape ahead though which the trail finds its way for the next five days. Once in Sabra, the remains of a Roman theatre are passed near a spring with palms. The way then follows the valley easily down, alongside what is usually a small stream which eventually plunges into a box canyon above Wadi Al-Tibn. The canyon is bypassed by a shepherds’ path on its right that winds steeply down into the lower valley of Sabra. This is then followed for a further 5km before leaving it over low hills to camp on either side of, but not far from, the Rajif to Gharandal road.


Snake Monument is close to Wadi Musa; Ein Imshit is remote and only accessible by private jeep. Closest road is 6km to the east and only accessible by jeep or foot


You can wild camp in the area of the Snake Monument (it can’t hurt to ask a local if this is OK, and for the best place to pitch tents)

Things to See:
Jebel Haroun (several km off-trail; a visit might take a half-day or more); Nabatean amphitheater in Wadi Ibtaahi
Water from Ein Imshit
Local Contacts:

Abu Lu’ay Nawafleh: 0772177133/0772609093 (Guide & Moving Support)