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Hiking in the edge of the world  (Jibal Tuwaiq) with Dinner
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4.7 (78)
  1.4k Tickets Sold
66.75 USD
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+219
Hiking Trip on Tuwaiq Mountains
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  Riyadh
4.0 (34)
  653 Tickets Sold
106.80 USD
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+350
Riyadh: Hiking Trip at King Khalid Royal Reserve
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  Riyadh
4.0
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53.13 USD
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Hiking trip in Camel trail
Weekly bike rides
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  Riyadh
4.0 (43)
  569 Tickets Sold
53.27 USD
56.07 USD
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Camping & hiking trip in Al muzahmiyah-Riyadh
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  Riyadh
4.8 (987)
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76.10 USD
80.10 USD
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Red Sand Riyadh Tour with 4x4 Transportation
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  Riyadh
4.9 (10)
  50 Tickets Sold
106.80 USD
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Ramadan Night Hiking in Al-Ammariyah Mountains
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  Riyadh
4.0
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61.41 USD
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Hiking Trip with Suhoor Every Friday in Ramadan
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  Riyadh
4.0
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53.40 USD
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Day in the Red Sand with Hiking ,sand boarding and Desert activities
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4.7 (86)
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66.75 USD
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Hiking trip in Camel trail
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  Riyadh
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53.40 USD
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Escape the Ordinary: Embark on a Thrilling Hiking Adventure in Riyadh

With so many things to do in Saudi Arabia, it has become easy to find different activities and adventures within the Kingdom. There are many other activities that you can do such as diving in the Red Sea to see coral reefs, and also Riyadh hiking. 

Riyadh is the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a vibrant city and one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, as it is the country’s financial hub. As the capital of the country, there are a lot of things to do in Riyadh. This is due to the charm of its old attractive streets and the splendor of its skyscrapers. You can shop in the most famous and luxurious malls in Riyadh, and you can enjoy the golden dunes there, learn about the rich heritage, see ancient sights, taste the most delicious foods in Riyadh restaurants, in addition to enjoy hiking in Riyadh.

Why Choose Riyadh Hiking Activities?

Hiking is a strong sport and has a different kind of fun, as it is an opportunity to explore nature and encounter exciting adventures, through its outdoor practice and cold weather. As well as to explore the mountainous areas of magnificence and beauty. Where is the appropriate terrain in the Kingdom to practice this kind of outdoor activities in Riyadh?

The Best Riyadh Hiking Trails

Stand at the edge of the world

Hikers can't miss a trek through Riyadh this area to catch the view from the edge of the World Riyadh. This breathtaking cliff is located in the middle of the desert 90 kilometers northwest of Riyadh. The top can be reached through a hiking trail and an amazing panoramic view of the surrounding desert lands. Travelers must pack plenty of water and snacks for a full day of desert exploration.

Al-Waba Crater

The Al Waabah Crater is situated in the desert of Saudi Arabia, 254 km from Taif. The crater is 820 feet (250 meters) deep and can be easily explored on foot. This area is distinguished by its picturesque nature, and it is also a destination for hikers and lovers of exploration and adventure.

Al Uyaynah

It is one of the governorates affiliated with Riyadh and contains suitable hiking trails in Riyadh

Jabal Tuwayq

It is considered one of the largest mountains in the Kingdom, as it can be seen up to 800 km. For climbing enthusiasts, Jabal Tuwayq is one of the most popular mountains that they like to practice their hobby, and it is called “Tuwayq” because it resembles a ring, and it surrounds one of the most beautiful deserts in the world, which is the deserts of Najd, and the place can be visited every month of the year, but the best ones start from September until April.

Wadi Alakhu 

There are 37 paths in Al-Hariq area near Riyadh, and anyone can join amateur groups to climb through official trips organized by the Ministry of Tourism in cooperation with many licensed tourist offices.

The Hidden Valley Riyadh

Hidden Valley is a hiking trail in Al Awsat is regarded as one of the most thrilling in the Riyadh area. This location also called the Hidden CanyonRiyadh, features sizable granite cliffs, desert sand, and flowing water that collects in a sizable pool.

Heet Cave

The Heet Cave is situated in the Al Jubail mountain, some 30 kilometers southeast of Riyadh. It is well-known for its clean underground lake and limestone formations. You must cross a sweltering desert and scramble down loose rocks to reach the Heet Cave. To get to this beautiful location, you must have sturdy hiking boots.

Tips for a Safe and Successful Hiking Trip

Before going out hiking in nature, there are a few things you need to keep in mind because it is not "just a normal walk."

  • Check the weather forecast before starting your trip.
  • Tell someone about your travel plans.
  • Carry more water and food.
  • Carry enough water and food.
  • Learn how to use a compass or map app.

Equipment for Hiking Adventure

  • Comfortable hiking shoes 
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Snacks & water bottle
  • Backpack
  • Mobile phone
  • Compass or map app
  • First aid kit

                Frequently asked questions

                What is the best hiking spot in Riyadh?

                Riyadh is famous for "The Edge of the World", the towering plateau two hours from the city that is a favorite weekend hiking spot for residents. There are also many place to hike in Riyadh: 

                Is Hiking in Riyadh easy for begginers?

                Most hiking spots in Riyadh are easy to intermediate, so you can find many easy hiking trips to start with.

                Where can I hike Riyadh?

                The most beautiful Riyadh hiking places are Hiking in the Edge of the world, Al-Waba Crater, Al Uyaynah, Jabal Tuwayq, Wadi Alakhu , The Hidden Valley, and Heet Cave.

                Is there hiking in Saudi Arabia?

                Yes, there are many popular trekking spots for hiking in Saudi Arabia such as Gubaloovka OHV Trail, Kara Heritage Trail, Edge of the World, Rijal Alma, and Jabal Dakhan.

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