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Colored Canyon Exit, Nuweiba
Egypt

After trekking through the magnificent Colored Canyon near Nuweiba in South Sinai, you finally reach this sandy valley, where a Bedouin once used to run a coffee shop for the passing tourists. The hut is now abandoned and marks the beginning of the final ascent trail leading back up to the mountain plateau high above.

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Tags: red sea; egypt; outdoors; canyon; desert; sinai
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