The cute Closed Canyon is near the oasis of Ein Khudra, starting as a very narrow crack between high walls, until it gets to a little open area where, as the name suggests, it ends. It can be reached from Wadi Khudra, on the way to or from the oasis. You can also reach it via Wadi Rum, that starts near the Nawamis area and Naqb Ghlim as a wide sandy wadi, and ends in a narrow rocky stretch joining Wadi Khudra. This area is also where treks from the Tarabin region in the north – from Jebel Berqa and El Breqa – connect. You could also start in Ein Khudra via a look-out point, reaching Wadi Rum at the end of the sandy part. You would skip most of Wadi Rum but would get a feel of both the sandy and rocky part. From the Closed Canyon you can either return to the oasis of Ein Khudra, or carry on to Jebel Mileihis via a pass.
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