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Mount Shada Al-A’la
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  Report on International “Qpedia” Encyclopedia and Al-Saha TV Channel Visit to Mount Shada as Part of their Tour to Al-Baha Region   10–13 Jumada Al-Awwal, 1440   Location:   Located between Qilwah and Al-Mikhwah governates south-west of Saudi Arabia, Mount Shada Al-A’la (Higher Shada) is the highest peak on the plains of Tihama. Its apex stands at 2,200 meters above sea level, overlooking Al-Baha region that sits on the mountain ranges of Sarawat.   Climate:   Enjoying a climate characterized by the warm breeze of winter and the mild sunrays of summer, Mount Shada is a great tourist destination, with over 500 different types of plants and abundant greenery.   Mount Shada is mentioned in ancient literature, such as Mu'jam al-Buldan by Yaqut al-Hamawi.  ....More