Toubkal is the highest massif of the High Atlas of Morocco and North Africa.
Located 60 km south of Marrakech, near the Sahara, it has most of the year the sun, but the altitude makes the temperature pleasant for hiking even in the middle of summer.
To discover the Toubkal Massif (4167m) in Hiking:
The hikes are three levels
– Supported (7-8 hours of walking per day) Daily – Medium (5 to 6 hours of daily operation) – Easy (4 to 5 hours daily)
These hikes require good physical condition and require good walking shoes. Porting of luggage is carried on mules or camels
(Period: from May to October – Duration: 15 days – level: medium)
The pedestrian raid (with bat mules) that we propose is a loop around the Massif. After the first steps in populated valleys where we go to meet the Berber civilization, we will discuss a wilder area, with the finale, the climb (easy) Jebel Toubkal of itself (4167m).
Balcons and villages of Toubkal
(Period: from May to October – Duration: 8 days – Level: easy) From village to village, the peaceful rhythm of the Berbers who accompany us, we start to discover another world.
A walk to colors and various meetings at the foot of Toubkal, the highest mountain of the Moroccan Atlas.
(Period: from May to October – Duration: 8 days – Level: supported). We will explore the best conditions of freshness, thanks to the altitude, the more remote regions of his high cashed and sunny valleys where nest of tiny villages where life seems not to have changed for centuries.
During this time, we do not descend below 1500 m and cross it in relatively easy conditions, three passes over 3000 m altitude where it is not uncommon to encounter shepherds.
The path over the day, gently take us to the foot of Toubkal, which we will climb by an original way.