Jebel Jais Mountain
From the top of Jebel Jais, you can see the sunrise for the only time in your life. You can spend a quiet day in the mountains or a day full of fun things to do. Enjoy mountain riding, the Bear Grylls Explorers Camp, a thrilling survival course, or a picnic at the Jais Viewing Deck Park.
Many places in the highlands are hard or impossible to get to by car, which makes health and safety even more important. The crew of Jebel Jais Mountain has put together some tips to help you and your family stay safe and healthy.
Because of all the exciting hairpin turns, you'll want to take your time in the highlands. Because the Jebel Jais Mountain is so far away, you need to plan. There is a lot of road signage, but you should check your data plan to ensure you have enough to use Google Maps. Near the top of the hill is a place to charge a Tesla.
Plan to get the most out of your time at Jebel Jais Adventure Peak. It is essential to confirm your reservation during busy times like the holidays, the weekend, or public holidays (like Eid al Adha, Eid al Fitr, Christmas, and New Year's). Please reschedule if you can't make it so someone else can have fun in the Jebel Jais Mountains. Before making a reservation, you must read the terms and restrictions and remember to bring your passport or Emirates ID.
Ways to Go To Jebel Jais
There are several ways to get to the top of the Jebel Jais Mountains. The easiest thing to do is to bring your car, hire a driver, or book a taxi for the day. Before taking the bus from Dubai to Ras Al Khaimah. Taxis in the city are all licensed by the government and have meters. Off-roading fans can choose from a number of companies in Ras Al Khaimah that will take them on fantastic desert trips before they go to the nearby mountains. If you want to rent a luxury 4×4 with a driver for a half-day or full-day trip, you can do so through the hotel's concierge service. If you want to impress your guests, rent a helicopter and land at the Waldorf Astoria or a small plane and land at the Al Jazirah Aviation Club.
Think like Bear Grylls as you get ready for your trip. From the foot of the Jebel Jais Mountains, it takes about 20 minutes to get to the center of Ras Al Khaimah and a little more than an hour to get to the outskirts of Dubai. Over almost 30 kilometers of well-built switchback roads, the elevation gain is 1484 meters. Only one direction goes up or down, although the steepest sections have numerous lanes, allowing faster vehicles to pass slower ones safely. This route is beautiful, and there are several places to stop along the way to take it all in, use the bathroom, or get some food or drink.
Awareness About Hiking, Weather, Water
In the mountains, you can't use the app with your phone to help you find your way. First of all, you should never go out by yourself. Having a hiking buddy who can help you get help if something goes wrong makes the trip even more fun.
Even though everyone knows that the weather in mountainous areas can change quickly and drastically, the temperature will likely be stable, quiet, and pleasant in the near future. The Jebel Jais Mountains are known for more than just their beautiful scenery. They also have a mild microclimate, with average temperatures 10 degrees Fahrenheit lower than in the surrounding lowlands. Reports say that the coolest place in the Alps is 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Residents came out in droves for a day of snowball fights and snowman-building contests because it snowed so much. During the winter, it's best to bring a lot of layers and a thick hat.
Every day, you must make sure to drink enough water. It is still essential to drink enough water since the Jebel Jais Mountain may be up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit colder than the rest of the UAE. This is truer if you want to engage in strenuous pursuits like hiking. When you return, drink rehydration salts to regain the minerals you lost. As you travel through the highlands, you can stop at one of the many restaurants and cafes for a bite to eat and a cold drink. Women should drink around 2.7 liters (7 cups) of water per day, while males should drink about 3.7 liters (13.5 cups) per day. In hot places, people who work out should drink one liter of water per hour. Snacks and energy bars high in sodium and potassium, as well as foods high in calcium and magnesium, could be helpful.
Things to Prepare Before Going Jebel Jais
Getting Dressed Right
Put on shoes as you should. Put on sturdy walking shoes or boots with a firm, gripping sole so you don't slip around. In the mountains, you have to wear shoes with closed toes.
First Aid KIT
Keep a small first aid kit with you always, and know what's in it and how to use it. While on traveling towards Jebel Jais there important things you should have in your kit:
- Water that is clean and boil to eliminate any impurities.
- Germ-killing wipes
- Antibiotic cream is used to treat skin infections.
- Gauze pads come in different sizes.
- Medical tapes, bandages
- There are many kinds of bandages.
- Blister care
- Ibuprofen A: (or another preferred pain-relief medication)
- How to treat bug bites
- Medicines for allergies that block histamine receptors
- Sterile, one-time-use pads made of a material that doesn't stick.
- Bandages that look like butterflies
- Safety pins
- A Multitool that has at least scissors as one of its tools.
Stop the Destruction of the Environment
- Do not bring any banned items.
- Do not disturb the environment.
- Do not interact with animals or wildlife.
- Do not litter.
- Please refrain from picking any plants or flowers; specimens like this are uncommon.
- Do not trespass; private property and farms are off limits to you.
- Please do not pluck any plants or flowers since so few of them exist.
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The Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority works with several Adventure Companies. In the Hajar Mountains, especially at Jebel Jais Mountain no other legal businesses are open for business. Try to stay away from companies that aren't allowed. Everyone who comes here should feel safe, and the government works hard to do that.