Beit Surik to Beit Duqqo


Have a spiritual and religious experience, learn about the shrines of the righteous and the Suffi history of the village, and enter a nostalgic experience in which you will relive all your beautiful memories over the mountains of the village when a fresh breeze surrounds you. 

Beit Duqqo is a Palestinian lofty village that is located on a mountain 13 km northwest of Jerusalem overviewing the Palestinian coast to the west. Beit Duqqo village was named in 1400 AD after its founder Sheikh Omar Al-Daqaq.

The 750 meters above sea level village is full of grapevines and olive trees. It is surrounded by amazing landscapes like At-Tira in the North, Beit Enan, Qbeibeh, and Biddo in the South, Beit Liqya in the West, and Beit Ijza and Al Jib in the East. The village is full of historical Maqams and ruins, such as Maqam Sheikh Omar, Maqam Sheikh Ismail, the area Of “ Akd Ein Suliman “ and the lefts of Jifna ruins.

Distance: 10.70 Km
Time: 3-4 Hours
Challenge: Moderate
Food And Water

For the hike take:

  • at least 3 liters of water
  • snack
Notes And Tips

Check the weather before you go. Always remember about sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses). During the summer season wear light but modest clothes. During the winter season remember about a warmer jacket – mornings and evenings are usually cold.

  • Topo map
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  • Elevation profile
  • GPX File