Jordan: Walks, Treks, Caves, Climbs, Canyons
Review by planetFear
Sunday 1st August 1999
After comprehensively exploring and publicizing the wonderful climbing in Wadi Rum, Tony Howard and Di Taylor have turned their attentions to the greater Jordan. This guidebook is the result of many days spent exploring the canyons, caves and treks throughout the rest of the country, and what a treasure trove they have found. In describing over a 100 outings, this guidebook has demonstrated just how much there is to go at. The beauty of the guidebook’s style is that it gives you enough information to make you plan your outings whilst leaving you enough slack to feel that you are making your own adventure. Brief descriptions of adventure options are backed up with plentiful information on local features. If you can read between the lines you will even be able to find the routes into Petra that avoid the £25 entry fees. Buy the guide, buy a map and create your own trek, it’s definitely worth it.
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