Robin decided to break out the lycra to tackle the big climbs we were in for - and to explore an old abandoned 4x4 track Adam's had his eye on for a while.
It's all stuff we've done before - but this time in reverse. 400m ticked off already.
We're not sure how old this track is, or when it was abandoned - but the views are stunning and it must have been a pretty gnarly drive when it was accessible by car.
Time to turn around and head back the way we came in.
Reece parks for a view into the canyon above the balcony village.
At just under 2,000m we're much cooler than the 45C down at sea level but the sun's still pretty strong - hanging out in the shade drinking G&T's the way to go.
Once the sun hits the horizon things start to cool down a bit and it's almost beer o'clock
Playtime's over and now it's down to serious business.
Always reminds me I shouldn't wear flip flops when packing up the tent in the morning...
Riding up to the end of Wadi Ghul on Saturday morning. It was pretty hard going after the recent rains with as much pushing and carrying as riding. And it was HOT too.
Part of a collection of settlements and necropolises from the 3rd millennium B.C.