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Mount Toubkal Guided Climbing

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You have a few free days and you want a change of scenery? You want to climb the Toubkal (4167 m)? We give a formula in 3 days, to allow you to climb it, to the rhythm of your desires, the highest peak of North Africa, while tasting the joys of wide open spaces and discovering the valleys that it dominates …

Day 1: Marrakech – Asni – Ait Misane Valley – Imlil – Refuge of Toubkal

Departure from Marrakech by private vehicle to Imlil. Enjoy the magnificent journey from the Asni Valley to the village of Ait Misane, offering a panorama of nature and authentic Berber villages. Imlil will be the starting point for your trekking in the High Atlas. Meeting with our guides and muleteers, you begin your day of walking or by mules to the village Armed (1905 m altitude). 2 more hours to arrive at the famous marabout of Sidi Chemharouch (2250 m of altitude). A break of tea to the marabout before taking the road to the shelter of Toubkal. Dinner and overnight in bivouac.

Day 2: Toubkal Refuge – Toubkal Summit

Very early in the morning, you will start climbing the highest summit of Toubkal in North Africa (4167 m), a magnificent panorama on the southern part where the massive Siroua, the only massif in Morocco with the Saffron culture. Discover a beautiful view of the mountains of the High Atlas, the valleys of the South and the North. Then get off at the refuge. Dinner and overnight in bivouac.

Day 3: Toubkal refuge – Sidi chemharouch – Armed – Imlil – Asni – Marrakech

After breakfast, a roundabout to the marabout of Sidi Chamharouch (2250 m), a revered saint, for the cure from spiritual diseases. Afterwards, we have 30 minutes for the descent to Imlil, small visit, Lunch and return to Marrakech.


What’s include

  • Departure from your hotel or Riad by private vehicle
  • French speaking driver
  • Mountain Professional Guide
  • All meals are included
  • Round trip
  • 2 nights accommodation.

What’s not include

  • Drinks
  • Optional Activities
  • Personal expenses
  • Cramp fees.