Jericho to Sea Level Community

Follow this beautiful hike that leads through the picturesque Wadi Quelt and view Deir al-Quelt (St. George’s Monastery), clinging on the side of the rocky canyon .

It is a long and beautiful hike that leads through the picturesque Wadi Quelt where walkers will have a chance to discover the ruins of King Herod’s winter palace and then see the clinging to the side of the rocky canyon Deir al-Quelt (St. George’s Monastery). The view transports visitors to the 4th century when the earliest desert-dwelling monks sought lives of faithful seclusion.

The road becomes easier as it leaves the monastery and heads towards the Roman aqueduct – another spectacular landmark located along that section of the Masar. Then the trail passes through the remote lands and the wilderness of the Jordan Valley, to lead to the historic road from Jericho to Jerusalem and reach the Bedouin’s camp located exactly at the sea level.

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Jericho to Sea Level
Distance: 18.70km
Time: 5-7 hours
Challenge: Moderate
Stage Logistics:

For the hike take:

at least 3 liters of water
snack
Food and water can be purchased in Rummana.

Sea Level Community Tent can be reached by shared taxi from Jericho or Bethlehem ( around 25 NIS).

Check the weather before you go. Always remember about sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses). During the summer season wear light but modest clothes. During the winter season remember about a warmer jacket – mornings and evenings are usually cold.

Stop by Women’s Center in Aqbat Jaber Refugee Camp to stamp your Hiker Passport and possibly purchase locally made goods.

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