Direction Map to the Alluring Past

Direction Map to the Alluring Past


A. The Character of Entoto Kidane Mehret's valley

The square (A) serves as a directed and facilitating figure to more easily find points (5), (22), and (37) which are located and form the valley at Entoto Kidane Mehret (32). This area (A) is the beginning of most of the following hiking trails described.

While this type of orientation assistance is compatible with visitors to foreign habits, other requirements are demanded to fulfil the tradition of the native population, who prefer to use their own orientation in the landscape of the revered past.

B. The Invitation to the crossroad of wilderness

The still gently upward hike shown within the circle (B) includes the points (35)(38)(39) and constitutes both a crossroads of somewhat wild paths and a beautiful rise in a ledge of some metres threshold. This crossroads is located just to the right of point (38), but regardless of the hiking paths within the loop point (B), all of these will soon contact the continued walk towards the higher positions.


The intended clockwork of (B)

Detailed Description of the Hiking Trails
Bees' Cliff 14 assists by the vast map
 loop surrounding points 36 and 41-42
The Assistance to Direction and Orientation.
When considering the circle (B), the possibility arises of using it as a directional pointer of the type that uses the traditional dial of the pointer's intended tip as an excellent tool for finding otherwise hidden objects. Thus, the intended end set at 3:30 shows a pleasantly elevated area above the field (39) within the map loop (B). This metre raised ledge is the site of several unique and older native Juniper procera trees. These furrowed Juniper trees towers, awe-inspiring where they dominate the surroundings like a mighty crown just in the slope above the field (39).

A Charming and Hilly Landscape. 
When the circle (B) with its intended pointer reaches its full extent at 4:30, it points to an area just south of the field (39). This rather wild and wavy slope is a fantastic area with a certain number of native Podocarpus trees, all of which are muscularly proudly posing in antique motion on this hilly southern slope. The high plateau's abyss, deeply beneath Bees' Cliff (14), require caution in the Canyon but assisting by the wide map loop (14) surrounding the gentle and fascinating points (36) and 41-42.


Nature & Trees from the Historical Era


Podocarpus falcatus (P. gracilior ) 
Podocarpus Trees Next to the Paths in Circle (B).
The intended direction indicator allows a method to be used here with limited length in the intended dial. With this method also possible to distinguish objects more centrally located on the intended clockwork. Consequently, as this intended pointer reaches 60% of its entire length, and at four o'clock, it becomes possible to find a magnificent native Podocarpus tree to the left of the hiking trail.

Podocarpus trees, near the wild meadow with the farmhouse.
Some Podocarpus trees from a much previous era appear admirably muscular furrowed around the extensive farmhouse area (39)  within the map circle (B). Just here above is the farmhouse (39) appear large Juniperus procera trees along its upper hillside. Furthermore, upwards the path turns slightly to the right towards the location (16), just at the high plateau's outer edge and even here with many incredible stately Juniper trees.




16. The resting place from the era of dreams

Arriving at the high viewpoint and the outermost plateau ledge (16) in this seductively blooming fragrance adventure appear despite the challenges as entirely captivating. Therefore this highland route provides excursion with its typical mountain's tempting highland air and enchantingly harsh terrain. Although this mountain exploration offers a somewhat thrilling experience with a hint of demands, all this since the substantial rise in the mountain's southern hillside provides several wonderful and exciting rests with magnificent sceneries. However, for visitors with active outdoor life, this mountain's undulated hillside allures in pleasure for exploring historical surprises with old Italian fortifications (38) - (B) and trees of a surprisingly dignified furrowed patina. For those who want a wild and mysterious, Juniper forest is a near 50 years old forest of wild and original Juniperus procera trees just to the east of point (16). This forest (40) is close but still hidden behind a gentle ridge on the eastern slope. They provide a unique insight into how nature emerged before the Eucalyptus trees were introduced from Australia over 100 years ago.



The Wild Forest of the Ancient
This picture shows native Juniper trees and the view from plateau ledge No. 16.
A little behind the camera's typical view of the dim-capped Capital is a group of magnificent and powerful Juniperus procera trees. These indigenous Juniper trees are unique and appear to have an origin from a past culture, and are here very near, just some steps uphill towards Bees' Cliff (14).


** Caution - Enchanting Forest

The Secure Way Back for Lost and Worried people. 

This indigenous Juniper forest (40) to the right of point (16) is somewhat enchanting, and as the paths end beyond its boundary, this can cause great difficulty for orientation. To find out from this fascinating and beautiful original forest, a lost person only ought to follow its very apparent slope down the east of the valley and thus in short contact with the open environment and clear paths that quickly show where you are in the relationship with the rest of the Park.


Canyon Trails to the Highlands

Bees' Cliff 14 requires caution in the Canyon but
 
assisting by the wide map loop surrounding the
 gentle and fascinating 
points 36 and 41-42
The Routes To the High Plateau
The Concealed Path of Entoto Kidane Mehret. 
A refreshing cool stream still runs in leap and joy beyond the secrets of Entoto Kidane Mehret's sacred stone walls, (32) a path to Bees' Cliff (14) and further exhilarated explorations. The trail runs attractively hidden behind Entoto Kidane Mehret (32) in a concealed curve below its wall. The path passes through a small part of the village before it (5) opens along a deep ravine and finishing with downhill towards a traditional bridge (22), shown within the open map square [A]. 

Multiple trail options from the bridge at Kidane Mehret Church (32).
Thus, there are several very different paths choices just uphill from point  (38) - (B) but also becomes enriched by a more thorough, independent acquaintance with the full south-eastern to north-western eroded soil road  (41) located just to the right of points (14 - 16). The paths up to Bees' Cliff (14) offer several options; the northern hillside of the tributary gorge (36) within the loop (14), but also the southern slope of (38-39) - (15-16) and (41).

The Assistance of Path Directions (37)

The superficial water-conducting metal pipe (37) - [A] assists the mountain hike where its apparent suitability begins on the slope above the valley [A]. This place is easily reached from below the valley [A] with comfortable passing between a couple of cottages before it continues and reaches a gentle high level on the mountain's shoulder. Just before the Italian fortification (38) - (B) appears a theatrical view and potential dangerous abyss a few metres to the left of the path. This precipitous view is within the lower regions of map loop (B) and includes route deviation in three different choices. The pipeline makes its high northern bend just to the right of (38) - (B), where the uphill steeper path gives the direction to most hiking routes. 

The Hike Towards Waterways & Enigmatic Ruins


Picnics & Baths
A Mountainous Picnic Site with Dramatic Views.
After following upwards from point (37) - [A] to the highest bend of this guiding coarser water pipe also appear the site of magnificent views towards Entoto Kidane Mehret (1). At the same time, this is the last short path section of some tens metres towards the appealing ruin of the Italian fort (38) - (B) and its water facility. This place opens up into an attractive glade in the rocky ledge and is primarily characterized by the place's high-lying drama. However, the underground water fort is also fascinating and thus appeals to a picnic with fantastic views and entertaining exploration of the site's hidden technology.

** However, it is clear that the views of (38) - (B) and the surrounding precipices with Canyon's slopes in some places are too steep to allow a confrontation with a vertical commitment. Still, this offers extra interest in wildlife scenarios, thus giving the picnics or the hikes extraordinary value.


Exciting Exploration with Picnic and Waterfall

This relatively highly located, picnic inspiring grass glade at (38) - (B) with its hidden rock fortress gives a very expectant feeling by being so absolutely closely connected to the waterfall of the precipice. However, the waterfall is usually very inviting in its flow because its power is dampened with a harmonious weir with a spillway overflow. Although built in today's traditional decaying concrete, this alluring mountain ruin and Fortress (38) - (B) can give gifted researchers an excellent stimulation discovery of the importance of water technology. This construction works impressively as an entertaining and enjoyable bridge to the opposite side of the valley of this exciting and thoroughly inviting, water flowing cliff dwelling.

An Invitation to Grande Adventure Views and Picnics

Thus, the absolute proximity to clean flowing water is often a factor for the excellent amusement adventure well stimulated by the landscape's high drama at this charmingly secluded mountain site (38) - (B). However, due care and prudent distance are required while walking at this potentially dangerous and dizzying precipice. This dramatic cliff passage is the deviating and captivating cliff path to this concealed and lofty site with its characters of high drama in a cosy entertaining atmosphere. Thus, this forgotten cliff ruin appears as both in charming invitation and an adventure where spectators in thrilling expectation and pleasure become seduced by the embrace of the mountain's high thresholds.


A Gateway to the Lost Secrets of Antiquity 


The Creation of Drinking-Water
A Thrilling Adventure among Waterfall and Fortress.
This mountainous fortress facility (38) - (B) was built in the late thirties in an attempt by the invading Italian forces to gain control with a strategically significant overview of the Capital and the landscape. Through the mentioned upland topography, the site itself is entirely magnificent and undoubtedly provides an incentive to consider that the facility is being reconstructed for adventure tourism.

The Drama of Waterfall and Mountain Pools.
This mountain site (38) - (B) is dramatically located relatively high in the mountainside and with complete contact towards splendid panoramic views. The varied nature drama and exciting surroundings, including the spillway waterfall, adorn this Italian fortress' patinated architecture. Thus, walking in a prudent distance overview to the dizzying precipice, any spectator is seduced by thrilling expectation and pleasure. All this is thanks to the cosy atmosphere of this mysteriously forgotten cliff ledge with its mountainous Fortress and reservoir. 



Adventures Among Secret Waterways


The Fortress (38) Require Caution Towards the Canyon,
 Shown
 by the Assisting Map Loop (B). The Loop (14)
Surrounding the Gentle and Fascinating P
oints
 36 and 41-42, close to the Abyss & Waterfall.

Paths & Maps To the High Plateau

An Invitation to the Grande Adventures

Picnics With the Panoramic Site above the Landscape.

Thus, the absolute proximity to clean flowing water is often a factor for the excellent amusement adventure well stimulated by the landscape's high drama at this charmingly secluded mountain site (38) - (B). However, due care and prudent distance are required while walking at this potentially dangerous and dizzying precipice. 

The Path to the Ruin Fortress and Waterfall.
This dramatic cliff passage (38) - (B) is the deviating and captivating cliff path to this concealed and lofty site with its characters of high drama in a cosy entertaining atmosphere. Thus, this forgotten cliff ruin appears as both in charming invitation and an adventure where spectators in thrilling expectation and pleasure become seduced by the embrace of the mountain's high thresholds.


The Family Inviting Entrances to the Canyon.

Although this ruin (38) - (B) and high river-dell also invite the river's gate towards the twilight Canyon, some alerts should remain because this gate is the fundamental source of the Canyon's water flow and thereby appropriate to treat this watergate with caution. Furthermore, the continuing close contact to the deeper region of the gorge's profoundly rising uphill and chiselled waterway within the Canyon often appears both scary and dangerous. The more secure choice for visitors to Canyon's deep cleft and family's adventure entrance is higher on the Canyon's mountainside, towards (36) within the map loop (14). Here are a few delightful inviting glades within the Canyon where the visitors encounter splendid views, especially this tributary (36) with a sober overview in a cosy natural atmosphere.

Saving the Environment and Knowledge
with the Lost Knowledge from Antiquity

Although this Italian ruin was built in today's decaying concrete, the renovation of this mountain fortress (38) - (B) can stimulate an excellent foundation for a historical discovery of the lost recipe for Roman concrete. This potential rediscovery of ancient concrete with this lost high technology and historical treasure from antiquity would then offer a scientific study of the Roman technology within an educational project. Although this historical concrete's millennia-old secrets still prevail as a crucial investigation of international laboratories, its deepest secrets still persist. Therefore this research attracts many scientists to unlock its forgotten knowledge about this ancient high technology's excellent properties to maintain immense strength over aeons in harsh conditions and flowing water. Thus, significant positive environmental factors could be obtained because Roman concrete maintained and increased its core strength through the millennia, unlike modern concrete.



The Basis to Civilizations' Health & Prosperity. 
Water to the Capital
𝐔𝐧𝐝𝐞𝐫𝐠𝐫𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐨𝐢𝐫𝐬
These historically and very early developed technical and geological-based methods for managing and saving enormous amounts of water that are often technically complex and aesthetically grandiose. The methods of this water technology vary significantly between different cultures and continents. Still, they are the basis of the modern civilizations' most important and original technological achievements and, thereby, the most crucial history's legacy in developing a healthy culture.



The Elusive Ingredients of the Roman Empire Concrete.

Furthermore, the progressing international research shows that Roman concrete is much more environmentally friendly and energy-saving in its manufacturing process than modern concrete. Contemporary and highly accepted sources from the Roman Empire claim that residual waste, such as naturally occurring substances, is the elusive but very precious and precarious ingredient that provides the solution to the Roman Concrete's superior self-repairing properties through the aeons. 


A Highland of Mysterious Beauty & Enticement


The High Plateau of Entoto Natural Park
Grandiose scenarios of the Canyon's trails.
Characterizing the nature of trails is the unique and dramatic slopes at the Canyon (35) - (B) and its extension towards Bess' Cliff (1 ). The different choices uphill from the valley [A] starts either from (37) or even (19) is an attractive way to these natural pools just above Bees' Cliff (1 ). The options of routes are here beautifully inspiring and often in contact with each other, allowing another choice of a path by a relaxing return or to an intersection towards an alternative height above the gorge.

Routes Towards the High Plateau.
This option might follow the river's shoreline (35) - (B) or even at the Canyon's (B) -(14) upper plateau ledge. Very near here below viewpoint (16) is the farmhouse (39) - (B) with large Juniperus procera trees along with its upper hillside. Furthermore, upwards from (B), the path turns slightly to the right towards the location (16), just at the high plateau's outer edge and even here with many incredible stately Juniper trees.


A canyon of adorable beauty and lush greenery.

Independent opinion or perception of these alternative trails above Entoto Kidane Mehret (1) the views are so surprisingly beautiful and varied that they offer far greater entertainment than expected d. The memories or impressions of the other nature types around the Capital or the charming countryside with its beautiful scenery still remain as something unforgettably beautiful. Still, the mountainous canyon nature above Entoto Kidane Mehret prevails this landscape's high and mysterious drama as something utterly unique in this picture of the country's landscape. In this dramatic landscape, the Canyon's mountainous routes offer something special for visitors that are never at risk without all types of vitalizing surprises, including the adventures of the gorge's mysterious, seductive shadows,

An invitation of fragrance and excellent freshness.

[CAUTION] - Safety and Security

With a pleasant cool freshness, visitors are invited with the flavouring fragrance of mighty native Juniper forests and overwhelming vegetation. Thus, this dramatic landscape assists visitors with thrillingly inspiring canyon routes, effortlessly capturing all the attention that gives both social pleasures, with views and memories of unforgettable beauty.


Bees' Cliff (14)

Dreams' Adventure of Mysterious and Dizzying Magnitude 

Picture: The Concealed Vault of Bees' Cliff (14)
 4. Bees' Cliff - A rock dwelling beyond time.
One of the most spectacular spots in the Park, where scenic beauty can be enjoyed while resting. A lot of birds can be seen here.

Here in this enticing deep underworld of shadows and greenery, this treacherous luring cliff vault and abyss gives a home to pure magic twilight where Ravens reside and invite to pleasant arts of flights as well as approaches in playful jacket pinching mischief.

This plateau just above Bees' Cliff is a magnificent place with a great panorama view over the stream and many characters in the landscape. When the scene turns south, the abyss Bees' Cliff (14), the ravine, is very close, where the river's further gorge meandering (35) becomes intuitively felt through the profound cooling airflow rising from the unknown abyss below the field of view.


With dramatic beauty, this place attracts an exciting approach to exploring an unknown world of nature where environments in this wonderfully excitingly secret dwelling since the beginning of time in the rock formation created scary deep underground gaps and hidden rock chambers amid their surrounding waterfalls.

Adventure above the Abyss

Grandiose Waterfall and Secret Rock Vault

[CAUTION] - Precautionary Commitments

**CAUTION - Bees' Cliff (14)

Bees' Cliff constitutes a hidden, unknown void, which can become a real danger and, further, does not allow direct, easy proximity from either the east or the west side of the gorge's slop s. These precipitous cliff sides are so seriously too steep that all visual contacts towards the bottom of the abyss are impossible.

14. **Enchanting Lush Attractions Above the Abyss.
This multi-dimensional, graceful beauty is nevertheless a false invitation of safety delivered in all their nature. Through this deceiving natural trickery, the eastern Canyon's slope gives an impression of invitingly lush beauty but a treacherous one with a fertile green breathtaking threshold, hiding a shocking void.


However, this is overall the reason for the attraction of the place. Thanks to varying and dramatic scenery, create ideal wildlife habitats that naturally utilize this rich, three-dimensional diversity in water and rock formations.

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The Extent of Entoto Natural Park's Activities


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