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Hike Around Misfat Al Abriyyin

Hike Around Misfat Al Abriyyin

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We walk along the Donkey Trail. This hike starts in the old village of Misfat Al Abriyyin, 950 meters above sea level. The path through the beautiful mountains leads through landscaped terraces, where palm trees thrive, to Aqbat Al Hamra, where the old stone houses immediately catch the eye of the photographer. Now head uphill to Hayl Al Jwari (1’500m) and then follow a 3.5km path to Sharaf Al Alamayn (2’000m). If you feel like it, continue to the top of the mountain 2’197 m above sea level, before taking the way back under your feet.

  • Destination
  • Included
    Hike Around Misfat Al Abriyyin
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    Breakfast
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Overview
We walk along the Donkey Trail. This hike starts in the old village of Misfat Al Abriyyin, 950 meters above sea level. The path through the beautiful mountains leads through landscaped terraces, where palm trees thrive, to Aqbat Al Hamra, where the old stone houses immediately catch the eye of the photographer. Now head uphill to Hayl Al Jwari (1'500m) and then follow a 3.5km path to Sharaf Al Alamayn (2'000m). If you feel like it, continue to the top of the mountain 2'197 m above sea level, before taking the way back under your feet. Of course we enjoy the unique view over Wadi Bani Awf and the surrounding mountains. The drive to Misfat from Alila Hotel is about 2 hours. W8: 7 to 8 hours hike (5 kilometers) W9: 7 to 8 hours hike (9 kilometers) W10: 2 to 2.5 hours hike (4 kilometers) Location: MISFAT AL ABRIYYIN ( 3 1/2 From Muscat) Level 5 Extreme Full-day adventures requiring technical skills and/or good to excellent physical condition. Rates: 1 English speaking hiking guide 185 OMR per day (2 Guests) 50 OMR / additional people NOTE: Not recommended for those who have Acrophobia / Vertigo and small kids.
  • Services of a Hiking Guide
  • Pick Up / Drop From Hotel
  • Anything apart from Services of a Hiking Guide