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Arqoub Romi Mountain Trail

Yarmouk Nature Reserve
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Duration

5-7 hours

Cancellation

Up to 15 days

Group Size

20 people

Languages

English, عربي

Overview

(Year-round, except during Ramadan)

Guided only
Grade: Moderate
Distance: 12 km

The trail, characterized by its biological, terrain and landscape diversity, starts from Dar Al-Basha all the way to Mansoura.
Rated easy at its beginning, at the bottom of Mount Arqoub Romi, this hike takes you through rocky terrain, covering over 50% of the superficies of the Yarmouk Forest Reserve. Throughout your journey, you will have the opportunity to discover a rich variety of plants and trees such as the Hawthorn, in addition to animals like geckos, the Greek tortoise and the stone marten, which lives in the Deciduous Oak tree forests.

The itinerary will lead you to a panoramic site located 308 meters above sea level, where you can take a well-deserved rest while admiring a mesmerizing view of the Lake of Tiberias, At-Tur Mount and the Golan Heights.

Later, you will walk downwards towards the archaeological landmark of Arqoub Romi – 142 meters above sea level- then upwards to Ain Nini.
Finally, follow the path uphill to enjoy the sight of constructions that are 50 years old, prior to reaching your final stop at Al Arayes Lake.

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The trail, characterized by its biological, terrain and landscape diversity, starts from Dar Al-Basha all the way to Mansoura.
  • Rated easy at its beginning, at the bottom of Mount Arqoub Romi, this hike takes you through rocky terrain, covering over 50% of the superficies of the Yarmouk Forest Reserve. Throughout your journey, you will have the opportunity to discover a rich variety of plants and trees such as the Hawthorn, in addition to animals like geckos, the Greek tortoise and the stone marten, which lives in the Deciduous Oak tree forests.

What you will do

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Languages available. "other by request".

English
عربي

Activity's Location

Yarmouk Nature Reserve
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