Jordan Trail | 4- Wadi Gseib to Wadi Aheimar
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: 15.6 km
  • Time:   5 – 6 hours
  • Physical Challenge: Easy
  • Trail Difficulty: Easy
  • Waymarked: No

To download the Jordan Trail GPS tracks, click here.

Basic Info:

Soon after leaving the camp, the trail rises up to reach the head of Wadi Al-Seif then descending steeply to join Wadi Mshazza. Once again in the midst of wild mountains, the trail now heads South over a low pass into the next valley, leaving that to cross another pass to reach the head of Wadi Gseib. This descends generally South before bending W to the next camp on a shoulder around 4 km from the road in Wadi Araba.


Modern Humeima is on the Desert Highway; all buses running along this main route pass through. Wadi Beer Hamed accessible only by jeep/foot.


Wild camping is possible virtually anywhere along the stage


Things to See:
 Ancient Humeima’s extensive ruins; beginning of Wadi Rum geography


Water from Beer Hamed and Qarit al-Manaja
Local Contacts:

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