Jordan is literarily full of fantastic hiking trails for both casual hikers who seek easy and moderate day walks, and for those who seek some technical challenge (climbing and abseiling) along the way.
Tony and Di were among the first hikers and climbers travelers who explored Wadi Rum and several other regions of Jordan since the 70s, and wrote several guidebooks that attracted hikers and climbers from all over the world and started putting Jordan on the world map of adventure destinations. For more information, see Jordan-walks, treks, caves, climbs & canyons guidebook.
Today I came across a new guidebook which has just been released: Hiking in Jordan – Trails in and around Petra, Wadi Rum, Wadi Mujib, Wadi Araba, Rahma and the Dead Sea, by Chris and Maassen.
The guidebook seems to be dedicated to provide excellent detailed information about casual day-hiking trails in Jordan.
As a Jordanian, it feels great to have such a valuable resource for hiking in jordan.