Jabal Sawda - Wikipedia
Jabal Sawda. Jabal Sawda (Arabic: جَبَل ٱلسّوْدَة jabal al-sūda, pronounced [dʒabal asːuːda]) is a peak located in Saudi Arabia, with an elevation of around 3,000 metres (9,843 ft).
This is what makes Saudi Arabia's highest peak Jabal Sawda unique ...
Apr 24, 2018 - This is what makes Saudi Arabia's highest peak Jabal Sawda unique. When one stands at Jabal Sawda's edge in Asir region of Abha city, they are standing on the highest point any person can reach in Saudi Arabia. Jabal Sawda has the highest peak in the Kingdom, with 3,015 meters above sea level height.
Tallest Mountains In Saudi Arabia - WorldAtlas.com
With an elevation of 9,728 feet above sea level, Jabal Natfa' is the third highest peak in Saudi Arabia. It is located in the west of Al Harajah. Along with Jabal Sawda and Jabal Ferwa', Jabal Natfa' is a peak of the Sarawat Ranges in the mountainous Asir Region. The nearest city to the peak is Al-Harjah.
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Nov 29, 2017 - But anyone who has visited Jabal Sawda (Mount Souda) can easily debunk this misconception. There is more to Saudi Arabia than sand dunes ...
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Nov 8, 2018 - One of such beautiful and green mountains are Jabal Sawda. Jabal Sawda is in the Southern part of Saudi Arabia. These mountains come in ...
GPS coordinates of Jabal Sawda, Saudi Arabia. Latitude: 18.2670 ...
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Jabal Sawda is a peak located in Saudi Arabia, with an elevation of around 3000 metres (9843 ft).…
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Jabal Sawda, Arabian Peninsula, Saudi Arabia Mountain weather forecast for 3133m. Detailed 6 day mountain weather forecast for climbers and mountaineers
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18.266717, 42.368264 (Dec Deg) 221740 E 2021699 N, Zone 38 (UTM). Country
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Jabal Sawda (Arabic: جَبَل ٱلسّوْدَة jabal al-sūda, pronounced ) is a peak located in Saudi Arabia, with an elevation of around 3,000 metres (9,843 ft).