Grasp The Adventure 2.6

Registration now open!

Limited spots available. To book, contact me or via Instagram: GraspTheAdventure.

Date/ Time:

Hike Distance:

Difficulty:

February 14th at 9 AM

8 km

4/10

About the Hike:

A very scenic hike that is perfect for first-timers seeking to learn the basics of bouldering and ridge walking!

We start off at 9 AM from the Copper Hike dirt parking lot. After the briefing and a quick lesson in the theory of bouldering, we will hike through a flat, shallow wadi (canyon) with small and medium sized boulders. This will give you a chance to apply what you have learnt. After a while of walking through the wadi, we will tackle our first climb with an elevation gain of 200 meters, this will surely get you heartbeat up. At the top, we will enjoy a beautiful, panoramic view of the Hatta mountains and the Grasp The Adventure team will give a quick briefing on how to ridge walk safely. We will then continue across the mountain through multiple beautiful passes and ridges before descending and circling back to our cars via another wadi.

This hike is not technical and is suitable for beginner hikers who are looking to jumpstart their adventurous souls. We will be passing through some scree so hiking shoes are recommended. Please contact us for hiking shoes recommendations.

The total duration of the hike will depend on the group’s pace; however, based on previous experience it will take us around 4 to 5 hours.

Transportation:

4 Wheel Drives are not needed to get to the meeting point, location is accessible to absolutely any car. Please be at the following location at 9 AM sharp to avoid any delays:

Adventure 2.6 Starting Point

We wanna help you get there!

If you don’t have a way to get to the meeting point, let us know. We encourage car pools and will help sort them out. If you have a car and are willing to take some people onboard with you then you my friend, are a boss!  🙂

Car pooling will be discussed in the group once you register for the hike.

Food, Water & Snacks:

You should pack at least 3 liters of water for the hike, I cannot stress on this point enough. As for food, you’ll need some snacks to give you an energy boost during the climbs and a light lunch to have at the beach. Most importantly though… pack enough water!

Optional BBQ After the Hike:

After the hike is over, some people head off but the majority choose to stay for a BBQ and bon fire. If you wish to stay for the bbq, all you need to bring is your chair and a grill (can use others’ if you don’t have one) and whatever food you’ll be cooking for dinner (you can keep them in the Grasp The Adventure cooler during the hike)… OR, you can order one of the following from us:

  1. Awesome, marinated (the GTA secret marinade), Australian Skirt Steak from La Carne, Abu Dhabi; it’ll be marinated the night before and kept in the cool box ready to grill after the hike. This is an all time favorite so contact me if you want to know more about how you can order some for yourself 😉
  2. Australian Wagyu burgers from La Carne, Abu Dhabi. On the side, you’ll have lettuce, onions, potato buns, aged cheddar cheese, ketchup and chipotle mayonnaise so you can make your perfect burger sandwich

Contact me to find out more about how you can order these.

Hike Packing Checklist:

  1. Hiking boots
  2. Breathable t-shirt (or get some Grasp The Adventure hiking t-shirts from us)
  3. Face towel
  4. 3 liters of water or more
  5. Snacks
  6. Light lunch
  7. Sun protection (or get some awesome Grasp The Adventure caps from us)
  8. Spare t-shirt for after the hike (or get some Grasp The Adventure cotton t-shirts)

BBQ Packing Checklist:

  1. Dinner (or order steak and burgers off us)
  2. Chair
  3. Jacket or blanket
  4. A talent to share with the group

Camping Packing Checklist:

  1. Tent
  2. Sleeping bag
  3. Pillow
  4. Sleeping pad
  5. Breakfast

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