Generally easy walking today, often on country lanes through the rural villages of Al Ayoun with opportunities for a pre-arranged lunch in one of Al Ayoun’s homestays. RSCN’s Soap House and Calligraphy house are also nearby for an interesting visit. Then the walk meanders over increasingly high semi-forested hills and past the ruins of the ancient church of Mar Elyas to the Islamic castle of Ajloun on its dominating hilltop with a Visitor Centre, cafés and hotels (currently rather mediocre) in the town below.
Ehab Shawashreh (Rasoun) – 0796830414
Issa Dweekat (Rasoun) – 0796829111
Um Ahmed Magdadi (Rasoun) – 0772089782
Mohammad Dweekat (Rasoun) – 0772293291
Abu-Johar (Ajloun) – 02-6420525 / 079779254