Morocco Trekking Adventure
This walking trip in the High Atlas culminates in the ascent of North Africa's highest peak, Jebel Toubkal (4,167m). Begin in the valley of Imlil, trekking through juniper forests, past Berber villages and over passes climbing steadily to a refuge at Neltner. From Neltner set out to nearby peaks including Toubkal, a rewarding climb with views of the whole Atlas chain.
Jebel Toubkal - Ascend to the summit of the highest peak in North Africa
The Atlas Mountains - Hike among the stunning landscapes of the High Atlas
Berber Villages - Discover remote villages and learn about the tradition and culture of the friendly local people
Marrakech - A chance to explore Morocco's captivating Red City
|1||Join tour Marrakech|
|2||Trek to Tizi Oussem via the Matate and Azaden Valleys|
|3||Trek to Aremd via the Tizi n’Mzik Pass|
|4||Trek from Aremd to Neltner Refuge via Sidi Chamharouch|
|5||Trek to the summit of Jebel Toubkal (4,167m)|
|6||Optional ascent of Ouanoukrim (4,089m) : trek to Aremd|
|7||Walk to Imlil and drive to Marrakech; free afternoon|
|8||Tour ends Marrakech|
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