Seven people were rescued from difficult terrain in Wadi Qada'a, Ras Al Khaimah Police said on Tuesday.
The hikers were airlifted to safety by helicopter after they became lost and were unable to find their vehicles.
Ras Al Khaimah Police received reports of stranded people in the area and sent its air wing team to retrieve them. Police say they were exhausted and were provided with medical support.
All seven hikers returned to their vehicles and were checked over again before being sent on their way.
The force reminded hiking enthusiasts to avoid treacherous areas in valleys and mountains, especially during the day when temperatures rise.
A video posted by the Ministry of Interior showed a rescue worker descending into a narrow well before emerging minutes later with the girl.