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Mount Toubkal Ascent, 13,671ft

Mount Toubkal Ascent, 13,671ft

Mount Toubkal Ascent, 13,671ft Overview

An excellent short trek in the High Atlas to the summit of Jebel Toubkal.

Highlights of Mount Toubkal Ascent

  • Carefully planned route for excellent acclimatisation and cultural interest
  • Highly experienced and fully qualified Berber guides
  • Centrally located riad in Marrakesh with time to explore the city
  • Comfortable camping with dining tent and tasty locally sourced food

    For the fit and energetic trekker or hill-walker, North Africa’s highest peak, Jebel Toubkal is a perfectly feasible objective for a one-week holiday. From the village of Oukaimden, we trek up and over a series of high passes that lead us ever closer to our ultimate goal. The scenery is dramatic with rugged peaks and deep plunging valleys. We’ll pass through small Berber settlements and alongside icy mountain streams, before reaching the base of Toubkal. We’ll make an early start to catch sunrise from the summit of Toubkal before heading back to spend a final night in Marrakesh, celebrating our trekking adventure amidst the exotic sights sounds and smells of the Djemma el Fna square by night.

    During your trek you will have comfortable camping facilities with a dining tent and tasty locally sourced food. Whilst in Marrakesh you will stay in a centrally located riad and have time to explore the city.

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