Abu Dhabi, UAESaturday 28 March 2020

Ras Al Khaimah’s Jais Adventure Peak: everything you need to know

The attraction includes the Jais Sky Maze, a rope course suspended 10 metres above the ground

Jais Sky Maze is a self-guided rope course spanning two levels.
Jais Sky Maze is a self-guided rope course spanning two levels.

Home to the world’s longest zip line and numerous hiking trails, Ras Al Khaimah further cemented its place as an adventure lover’s paradise with the unveiling of Jais Adventure Peak on Sunday, February 9.

Set amid the Hajar mountain range, Jais Adventure Peak includes a number of activities for adrenalin junkies including the new Jais Sky Maze. The latest addition to the Peak’s attractions is a self-guided rope course experience spanning two levels.

The first level is at a lower height and suitable for children who are six years and above. The second level will give adventure-loving teens and adults a chance to navigate obstacles such as rope swings, wobbly bridges, swimming loops and more while suspended 10 metres above the ground.

Obstacles part of the Jais Sky Maze include rope swings, wobbly bridges and swimming loops
Obstacles part of the Jais Sky Maze include rope swings, wobbly bridges and swimming loops

Also unveiled on February 9 was Jais Adventure Centre, where people can find more information on attractions including Jebel Jais Flight, Jais Sky Tour and Jebel Jais Viewing Deck Park.

How to get there

Drive to the Toroverde Ras Al Khaimah parking and head to the Information Centre, where a host will confirm the details of the reservation and take participants to Jebel Jais Adventure Centre via a shuttle.

Shuttle buses can also be booked from Dubai International Airport to Ras Al Khaimah and from Ras Al Khaimah city to Jebel Jais.

The team requests that participants arrive at the Toroverde car park 30 minutes prior to the reservation. Those who miss the shuttle will be considered no-shows.

Cost and timings

Jais Sky Maze is priced from Dh75 per person. It is open from Wednesday to Sunday, and on all public holidays, from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

Who can participate

Jais Sky Maze is open to those six years and above. Those participating must be at least 125 centimetres tall and weigh no more than 120 kilograms. For safety reasons, only 15 people will be allowed on the Sky Maze at any given point. Athletic gear is recommended.

Bookings can be made at www.visitjebeljais.com

Updated: February 11, 2020 01:51 PM

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