Jordan Trail | 3- Beit Idis to Rasoun
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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Hikes in the Region


1: Um Qais to Ziglab


2: Ziglab to Beit Idis


3: Beit Idis to Rasoun


4: Rasoun to Ajloun Castle


  • Distance: 15.2 km
  • Time:  4 – 6 hours
  • Physical Challenge: Moderate
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Waymarked: Yes

To download the Jordan Trail GPS tracks, click here.

Basic Info:

Small lanes lead N out of the village and across the upper reaches of Wadi Sir to a road rising up though wooded countryside before descending NE into the beautiful and thickly wooded Wadi Zubia. Dependent on the season there may be water in the stream. Follow the valley up until the trees thin out, revealing the cisterns and ruins of Roman Qabla up to the left. A lane then goes S up the hillside to where the main road is followed W before descending a wooded valley and hillside and crossing Wadi Orjan to reach Rasoun village and homestays.

Ajloun has bus connections to AmmanJerash, and Irbid

Adnan Megdadi family homestay in Beit Idis; Shawashreh family homestay in Rasoun

Things to See:
King’s Royal Lodge and hunting area; Qabla ruins, Zubia forest, seasonal pools in Wadi Zubia


Water and food shops at both stage ends in villages; there is a coffee shop a few km from Beit Idis


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