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Atlas Trek Adventure

4 Day 3 Night Berber villages & Mt Toubkal Ascent

 Mount Toubkal is the highest is where the highest peak in North Africa (4,167 meters). Hiking is challenging but it does not require expeience. The fascinating landscapes and the panoramic views worth climbing this mount. The perefct combination of 4 day and 3 nights also includes visiting Berber villages before starting to hike and during during hiking on the way to reach the peak.


Day1:  You will be driven from Marrakech Agersioual where you will meet the team including guide, cook, and muleteers. After that, the journey begins toward the Ouirgan National Park. Here, the terrain is gentle with its junpier trees and copper green. The overnight will be in Gite in Tizian (a Berber village). Aprox. 4-5 hrs walking time. (,L,D)

Day2: You will have breakfast before you start the day 2 of the trek. Today, the journey begins with going over the wonderful Azzaden Valley. With an open up stunning views, you will see the stream of the mountain surrounded by lush walnut groves leading up to Toubkal and other peaks at the Valley’s head. In a village Gite or camping, you will spend the overnight.  Aprox. 7 hours walking. (B,L,D).

Day3: Today is programmed is to include a fairly stiff climb from the Azzadane Valley to the Refuge of Toubkal. through the Ighouliden waterfalls and over the Aguelzim Mountain pass (3,560m). Over the breathtaking views of Range Atlas Mountains, you will have lunch. In the Toubkal Refuge (Niltner Hut) at 3,200 meters, you will spend the overnight. With other trekkers, you will likely share a bunk room. 

Toubkal early the next morning. Aprox. 7 hours walking. (B,L,D).

Day4: In the early morning, you will be up to climb Jbel Touubkal at 4,167. You will admire the fascinating views over the Atlas Range and the Sahara Desert. A long way down the refuge and the famous Berber village of Imlil. It takes 8-9 hours of trekking before you are back to Imlil from where you will be tranfered tp Marrakech. (B,L)

Note : Itinerary is a guideline and flexible to change to suit local condition.