Mount Toubkal Trek - 8 days

Mount Toubkal Trek - 8 days

8 Days

Mount Toubkal Trek - 8 days

8 Days Starting and ending in Marrakech

Visiting:

Marrakesh

,

Tizi N'Tacheddirt

,

Tizi n'Tichka

,

Lake Ifni

,

Toubkal

Tour code:

2443/

Group size:

2 - 24

Age range:

18yrs or 16yrs accompanied by an adult

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

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Tour Overview

TREKKING HOLIDAY: Hike to the summit of Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, on this wonderful trek across Morocco's rugged High Atlas Mountains. Explore vibrant Marrakech and get off the beaten track to discover spectacular mountain scenery and magnificent high passes, beautiful lakes and picturesque Berber villages.

Highlights

  • Climb to the summit of Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in Morocco and North Africa with stunning snow-capped views

  • Take in the incredible panoramic views from the summit across the High Atlas Mountains, Jebel Sahro and the magnificent Sahara Desert

  • Trek across the backbone of the High Atlas, over magnificent passes and through picturesque valleys

  • Experience a traditional Berber hammam and visit a local Berber family for tea in the village of Aroumd

  • Explore the vibrant UNESCO-listed medina of Marrakech on a guided tour, including souks, palaces and captivating Djemma el Fna

Itinerary

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icon Day 1 : Marrakech
Location:

  Marrakesh


Meals Included:

  No Meals


Upon arrival at Marrakech Airport you'll be met and transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is free to relax or independently explore Marrakech. Perhaps head to Djemaa el Fna, the city's vibrant main square, wander around the souks and see the iconic Koutobia Mosque. There will be a welcome meeting with your guide at 7.30pm.

icon Day 2 : Trek to Tacheddirt
Location:

  Tizi N'Tacheddirt


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Marrakech - Oukaimden - Tacheddirt. This morning bid farewell to Marrakech and drive to the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Climbing the plains of Haouz up into the foothills where the road winds, take the right fork of the road from Ourika Valley and head up to the hidden valley of Oukaimden, which is a popular ski resort in the winter.
In Oukaimden meet the mule team and begin your Toubkal trek. Setting off on a steady ascent, trek past the nomad huts to the pass of Tizi Nou Addi at 2960m. Then descend towards the village of Tacheddirt on the foothills of Adrar Tissi. Camp for the night near the village (2314m). After dinner settle in for the night and enjoy views of the starry night sky.
Trekking Distance: approx 7km Ascent: approx 450m

icon Day 3 : Springs, streams & spectacular views
Location:

  Tizi N'Tacheddirt, Tizi n'Tichka


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Tacheddirt - Tizi N Ououraine. Trek up from the green pastures around Tacheddirt village to the valley of Irhzer n Likemt and onto the pass of Tizi Likemt at 3555m today. At the top of this pass, you will be rewarded with spectacular views over the mountains with the peak of Aksoual nearby at nearly 4000m. Then descend along a rocky mule track passing a few springs and streams and onto the next valley, Assif n Tinzer. Stop for a rest and snack near the village of Azib Likemt (2600m) before your final ascent of the day to the campsite near Tizi N Ououraine (3100m).
Trekking Distance: approx 15kmAscent: approx 1200m

icon Day 4 : Orchards, lakes & holy Sidi Alebourga
Location:

  Lake Ifni


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Tizi N Ououraine - Lac N’ Ifni. This morning continue your journey along the path that winds through rocky terrain. Take in the magnificent views en route with stops to enjoy the scenery and take photos. Then, onward through the fields and orchards of the village of Amsourzerte and onto the Moussem (holy place) of Sidi Alebourga. Then continue to walk along the valley to the village of Ait Igrane, before a final climb zigzagging up to Lac N’ Ifni, where you will camp near the lake. Temperature permitting, consider paddling in the cool waters of the lake.
Trekking Distance: approx 15km Ascent:approx 700m

icon Day 5 : Spectacular waterfalls & snow-capped peaks
Location:

  Lake Ifni


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Lac N’ Ifni - Neltner (Base camp). Time to start climbing again. From the west side of the lake ascend to the valley of Assif n Moursaine and stop to enjoy spectacular waterfalls and stunning picturesque snow-capped views en route to the pass of Tizi n Ouanaoumss at 3684m. From here it is a short walk through the valley to the Toubkal Refuge at Neltner (3207m), our camp near Base camp.
Trekking Distance:approx 9kmAscent: approx 1300m

icon Day 6 : Mt Toubkal Summit day!
Location:

  Toubkal


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Base camp - Toubkal summit - Aroumd. Get up early, perhaps even before the sun has properly risen and start the trek to Toubkal summit at 4167 m. The climb is unrelenting up the valley between the main and the west peak of Toubkal. The route is quite rocky but well trodden and at top take in the views over the southern High Atlas, the Lac D Ifni and the desert in the distance. Take plenty of photos and enjoy a picnic lunch at the summit before starting the steep descent back down the slopes of the mountains. Trek down the side of Taouount mountain to Sidi Chamarouch and reach the village of Aroumd.
This afternoon there's free time to relax or perhaps experience a traditional Berber hammam in the village before visiting a local Berber family for tea. This evening have dinner and spend the night at a local gite.
Trekking Distance:approx 20kmAscent:approx 1000m

icon Day 7 : Marrakech
Location:

  Marrakesh


Meals Included:

  Breakfast, Lunch


Aroumd - Marrakech. It's just a short (40 min) walk down to the village of Imlil this morning, through apple orchards and fields of grain and clover. Bid a fond farewell to the mule team here and drive back to Marrakech, stopping en route for lunch. The rest of the day is free to you to relax or explore the old medina of Marrakech. You can barter for souvenirs in the souks, soak up the atmosphere in bustling Djemaa el Fna or perhaps visit the beautiful Majorelle Gardens. We also offer an optional Marrakech city tour which you can book locally.

icon Day 8 : Marrakech
Location:

  Marrakesh


Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Your Moroccan adventure comes to an end after breakfast and hotel check-out. A departure transfer can be arranged on request.

What's Included

  • Accommodation

    Camping, 4 star hotel & local gite

  • Breakfast daily, 6 lunches and 5 dinners

  • 2 nights 4 star hotel in Marrakech, 1 night simple gite (dormitory room with shared facilities) and 4 nights basic camping

  • Marrakech Airport arrival transfer day 1

  • 5 day Mount Toubkal trek with a trekking crew (cook, Muleteers/camel handlers and backstop guide)

  • Camping equipment - 3 person tents for 2 person occupancy, mattresses, a mess tent, toilet tent, eating and washing facilities

  • Escorted by an English speaking local tour guide

  • Tea with a Berber family and traditional hammam in Aroumd

  • All transportation and transfers in private air-conditioned tourism vehicles

What's Not Included

  • International flights and visa

  • Tip for your guide and trekking crew

  • Sleeping bag

  • Airport departure transfer - bookable locally

Check out our Q&As

Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

Yes

What is the standard of the hotels on this tour?

Camping, 4 star hotel & local gite

Are airport transfers included in this tour?

Marrakech Airport arrival transfer day 1

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How long has the tour company been trading?

Since 1998

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    Who will be my travelling companions on the tour?

    With English-speaking tours, it's not a huge surprise that most on our travellers are from English-speaking countries or have English as their second language. Our group tours cater for everyone from 18 years old to 70+

    Will the accommodation included meet local health and safety regulations?

    Yes

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Mount Toubkal Trek - 8 days

8 Days Starting and ending in Marrakech

Visiting:

Marrakesh

,

Tizi N'Tacheddirt

,

Tizi n'Tichka

,

Lake Ifni

,

Toubkal

Tour code:

2443/

Group size:

2 - 24

Age range:

18yrs or 16yrs accompanied by an adult

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

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