October 7, 2022 3:23 pm
Jebel Jais Mountain

Jebel Jais Mountain

The Jebel Jais via Ferrata

A rocky climbing path up Jebel Jais Mountain separates three exciting zipline ranging from 50 to 300 meters. Tourists can follow a trail led by a guide, and they will be connected to steel wires the whole time. The safety talk was less than a minute long, but that was plenty of time for us to prepare, practice, and leave. This via Ferrata comprises three main via Ferrata routes and three zip-lines. No matter which tracks you choose, you can finish all three zip lines (one is 50 meters long, another is 60 meters long, and the longest is 300 meters long). However, the real difficulty depends on which track you try.

The plane named Jebel Jais

On the world’s longest zipline, which flies 1,680 meters above sea level across the Hajar Mountains, thrill-seekers can reach speeds up to 150mph. The world’s longest zipline is 2.83 kilometres long, which is the length of 28 football fields. After landing on a suspended platform, people will be moved to a second line to get back to the ground.

At the top of the cloud-piercing Jebel Jais Mountain, you can find Jais Flight, the world’s longest zipline. If you want a rush of adrenaline, you’ll love this almost three-minute thrill ride through deep ravines, gorges, and over rocky peaks at an altitude of 1680 meters. You’ll be moving at 120 to 160mph, which is very fast.

The Warrior Group runs the zip lines in Jebel Jais. The staff works hard to ensure you have the safest and best flight possible while giving you the most exciting experience possible. Each person will get a horizontal harness and over-suit in the superhero style, letting them fly at high speeds for 2.83 kilometres.

The fastest flying part is a glass-bottomed platform that looks like a hovering bird of prey hanging 80 meters above the ground. After a 1 km zipline, you’ll land on a solid foundation at the foot of the Alps. This is a much more relaxing and less taxing way to get there.

Start your sky maze with Jebel Jais and go to a new level.

Ras Al Khaimah is quickly becoming the place to go in the UAE for thrill-seekers who don’t have the time or desire to travel to more remote locations. The mountains and mangroves of the northern emirate offer adventurers and nature lovers a wide range of places to play. Ras Al Khaimah is also a treasure trove of cultural and historical artefacts for people who like to use their imaginations and travel through time.

The UAE’s highest mountain, Jebel Jais, just got a great new thing to do for thrill-seekers who want to get their thrills at dizzying heights. The already great activities at Jais Adventure Peak are made even better by the world’s longest zipline, a via Ferrata, and a sky tour. From what this article says, these are the best parts of Jebel Jais.

The Sky Maze at Jais

The Jais Sky Maze is the newest exciting thing to do at Jebel Jais Adventure Peak, which already has a lot of great ones. Adventurers must get past a number of obstacles on two different levels while hanging 10 meters above the ground. There will be rope swings, shaky bridges, swinging loops, and other dangerous things to deal with.

You’ll fly 10 meters above the ground using rope swings, unstable bridges, swinging loops, and other obstacles.

The Jais Sky Maze is a rope course 10 meters above the ground with many challenges. One level of the course is for kids at least 6 years old, while the other is harder for kids at least 7 years old. 

Going hiking at Jebel Jais

People who want to keep their feet on the ground should spend their time in winter. There are five self-guided routes on the Jebel Jais Hiking Trails for people with different fitness levels.

Going hiking in Dubai is a great way to see how wide and varied the landscape of the Arabian Desert is. Hiking and Ziplining at Jebel Jais are two of the most popular things to do in the Dubai area, and the Jebel Jais Zipline is one of the most amazing things to do there. Some of the best places for beginners to go hiking in the UAE are the Shawka Dam Loop, Wadi Helo in Sharjah, and Wadi Money in Ras Al Khaimah. The trails are short, easy to follow, and full of wildlife.

You can breathtakingly see the surrounding mountains from the top of the Hatta and Jebel Hafeet peaks in Abu Dhabi and other Dubai Mountain hiking trails. The Al Qudra Lake Sanctuary is a great place to watch birds, but it also has a beautiful walking/hiking path where you can see the beautiful scenery of an oasis.

From late October to late February, when daytime temperatures are usually around 25 degrees Celsius, is the best time to trek near Dubai. If you want to hike in the desert, wear the right clothes and bring at least 3 liters of water.

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Also, you can go on the Jais Sky Tour.

The Jais Sky Tour is a set of seven ziplines that go from platform to platform. The ziplines range in length from 337m to 1km. As you fly over the beautiful Hajar Mountains, you can reach speeds of up to 60 km/h. The self-guided trip takes about an hour and includes a stop at the UAE’s tallest sky bridge, which is 1,250 meters above sea level and is part of a 5-kilometre journey.

In the rough highlands, the Jais Sky Tour takes people who like to take risks on a course of six ziplines that range in length from 337 feet to more than a mile. Using specially made harnesses, you can fly over the Hajar Mountains at speeds of up to 60 km/h and get a bird’s-eye view of the area.

It will take about two hours to get to all seven platforms connected by six ziplines. The sky bridge, the highest platform at 300 meters, looks like it is floating in the air. The Warrior Group crew puts each flyer on the zip line and ensures they are safe.