Al-Hada roads hanging between clouds and mountains . Famous for its cable cars and the Al Kar Tourist Village.
Located in one of the world’s most fascinating natural forms, al-Hada mountainous region in Mecca province in western Saudi Arabia is home for the worlds’ most spiral roads and highways with a temperature varying from 45 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees Celsius.
A cable car station starting at Al-Kurr water-park village leads to the the top of Al-Hada Mountain which includes a restaurant and hotel with a great view on the surrounding valley and massif.
High mountains around Taif have also become a favorite place for climbers who can practice their favorite sport in Al-Hada, Al-Shifa, Bani Saad, Thaqif, Bal-Harith, Bani Malik, and other close locations.
Al Shafa, 25km southwest of Taif, is the highest mountain in the region and is accessed by paved roads. The 10,000-sq-metre Daka Mountain Park sits on the peak and offers stunning views over the local mountain range. The area's popularity means visitors can now ride camels, 4WD sand buggies and dine on a host of street food. There are also terraces for barbecues and picnics, and for those that want to stay a little longer, several basic resorts.
It is a small village situated high upon the Sarawat mountains at an elevation of 2200 to 2500 meters above sea level, rich in agricultural products. The fruit gardens of Taif are located here.
Great view for the camera buff and for those with an adventurous heart, try a camel ride. It is a natural place with green scenery and a good picnic location.