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The Tallest Mountain in the United Arab Emirates

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The Tallest Mountain in the United Arab Emirates

Jabal Al Jais is the tallest mountain in the United Arab Emirates

Jabal Al Jais is the tallest mountain in the United Arab Emirates at about 1,910 meters, with its highest point about 350 meters east of the border between Oman and United Arab Emirates at an altitude of 1,925 metres and forms part of the Hajar Mountains.

It is one of the UAE best driving road. Temperatures as low as -3 degrees celsius have been measured at the top of the mountain in winter, with plans in place to build a hotel, cable car, paragliding launch ramp, golf course and ski slope following the opening of a road scaling the mountain from Ras Al Khaimah.

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