Trekking and Expedition across Toubkal

 

The greatest way to experience the High Atlas adventure is to continue overnight for a 2 night or more.

Trek tour and stay

For many people, the opportunity to trek in the High Atlas is Toubkal: the world’s greatest mountain scope in south of Morocco.

Whether it’s a varied cultural journey, a classic trek or a challenging high altitude voyage, Toubkal national park is the premiere destination for anyone looking for a distinctive and impressive trip of a lifetime! It’s safe, close and not expensive.

 

Guided mountain trek

trekking in the High Atlas takes you into the world of the Berbers in the mountains of Morocco. With mules they wander through the highest mountains in North Africa and climb the highest peak, Jebel Toubkal ( rise 4,167 meters).

 

 

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Highlight and note:

• Easy trek in the High Atlas in Morocco.

• Portage of luggage by mules during the trek.
• Highest Summit ascent: Jebel Toubkal 4167m.
• Overnight in tents or in simple local house.

trekking itinerary:

DAY ONE:
Arrival to Marrakech.
From the late afternoon you will have opportunity to learn about Marrakech: the market place of the Hanged with his kitchens, jugglers and snake charmers, the souks, the Madrasa - a fascinating insight into the mysterious and vibrant world of the Moroccans. Overnight at your Riad

 

 DAY TWO:
Marrakech - Tachddirt village
Morning drive from Marrakech to Asni and then to Imlil; It’s a small town and mountaineering center in the High Atlas. Here we meet our mule team and guide, and when our luggage is loaded, we wander around 7 to 9 km to Tacheddirt. Climbs 2279m to the pass Tizi n'Tamatert. We then descend to the pretty village of Ouaneskra down and continue our walk up to Tacheddirt 2000m, where we set up camp near the small river, or night in guest house.

 

 DAY THREE:
Tachddirt village - Aazib Lekemt
We begin a long climb to the pass Tizi Likemt 3555m. Once at the top, Now follows a long and partly steep descent to the Azib Likemt( wild place), where we spend the night in tents.

 

 DAY FOUR:
Aazib Lekemt- Tizi n'Ourai - Amzouzart
Here, Should we expect a long, but overall an easy day with a variety of different landscapes. Tizi n'Ouourai 3120m we enjoy beautiful views of the Toubkal Massif, including the highest peak with its eastern flank and the Ifni area. The other path leads us to Amsouzert village, one of the most remarkable villages in the area, where we spend the night in a simple Berber house.

 

 DAY FIVE:
Amzouzart village - Ifni Lake
To the west of Amsouzert are several small villages that we can explore as we follow our way to Ifni Lake, the only lake in the Toubkal Massif. A fantastic sight with the mountains surrounding it. Since arriving here about noon, is the opportunity to relax. Stayed is also here

 

 DAY SIX:
Ifni Lake - Neltner hut
Now we are well acclimatized and well prepared for the hardest day's stage of the trek. Along a steep path leads up a seemingly endless scree slope, we finally reach the pass Tizi n'Ouanoums 3664m. From here it's a long zigzag descent to Neltner refuge, a mountain hut where we will spend the night (or, alternatively, in the camp)..

 

 DAY SEVEN:
Refuge Neltner - Jebel Toubkal - Aroumd
We begin our ascent to the Toubkal summit. About three hours we reach the highest point of North Africa, from where we also see Marrakech to enjoy an excellent panoramic view in the complete Atlas chain and the plains. Back at the refuge, we go down to the Sidi Chamharouch and Aremd. On we go always along the river down to the place where our transport is waiting to return to Marrakech.