Access to the place
This trek is exposed to the elements and, despite its altitude, is best done in winter. No equipment required, just a harness and a cow to belay on the small equipped section.
Cross the rest house and exit on the other side, aiming for the small rounded cliffs below the ridge (cairned path to the foot of the climbing routes). Once there, climb a little to the left to find a passage on an ascending ledge that slips between the upper and lower walls. The end is equipped with a lifeline to protect the traverse. At the end, climb the ridge (easy scrambling) and turn around to head west.
The rest is obvious, as you simply follow the ridge. In several places, you have to veer off slightly to avoid the most exposed passages. You soon have an incredible view of the canyons on the south side and the 3000m-high Jebel Shams in your sights.
To get back down to the pass, at the end of the ridge, we have to climb down a tricky stony gully (it might be easier to go around the large boulders to the right). We end up on a flanking path staying high up, passing the base of the large boulders on the south side to finally reach the col.
Simply follow the asphalt road back to the rest house after a few hairpin bends.