Iraq al Kerak-Xtrem exotic climbing

Where is it? Pure limestone crag with Stalactites and Tufas. Just one of the secret cliffs of Jordan! Little less than 20 meters high, but the road runs on the top, and in the spring there is much grass for this family-friendly spot… Unfortunately, there are no routes for now… But now the climbers know […]

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West side of Jebel Rum in Jordan

This is our latest alpine-like program – climbing Jebel Rum, away from the beaten track, after having done some of the best ‘Bedouin Routes’ in the desert. Even so when penetrating the unique sanctuary of the ‘red-rose city of Petra’! It is not only taylor-made for mountaineers, agile on all types of terrain, well trained and […]

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West side of Jebel Rum in Jordan

Voici notre dernier programme sportif – Alpinisme-Escalade en Jordanie – qui s’adresse bien sûr aux montagnards-alpinistes, agiles en tous terrains, bien entrainés, et désireux de vivre une aventure exceptionnelle. Et ceci n’est pas un slogan! Le plus abouti question ascension du Jebel Rum (1754m), point culminant du Wadi Rum Il est inédit. Nous sommes les […]

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Sabbah Ataeq - Photo Mario Verin

The true story from the beginning…. This project to train Jordanian guides in adventure tourism goes back to the late 1980s. At that time, there was no corps of guides, whether in terms of tourism, culture or sports. The first real “status” of professional guide emerged in Wadi Rum, when three Bedouins from the Al […]

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Sabbah Ataeq - Photo Mario Verin

La véritable histoire depuis ses origines… Ce projet de formation de guides jordaniens au tourisme d’aventure remontent à la fin des années 1980. Il n’existait alors aucun corps constitué de guides, que ce soit au niveau touristique, culturel ou sportif. Le premier véritable “statut” de guide professionnel a émergé à Wadi Rum, lors de la […]

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Rock Climbing guidebook to Palestine

Climbing in Palestine – You’re joking? No my friend, it’s true. There are limestone cliffs in different places, and indoor climbing is possible as well. Thanks to the authors, all this happen! Their names: Tim, Ben and Albert. “Thank you for everything you’ve done, guys. It’s such a surprise – climbing in Palestine? It still […]

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