Mountain Toubkal Trekking

Mountain Toubkal Trekking

Trip Highlights

  • Amazing View from the Top .
  • The ascent of the highest peak in North Africa (4167 m).
  • Atlas Mountains Peaks View

Mountain Toubkal Trek

Mountain Toubkal Ascent Climb Trek At 4,167m, Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa. The hike to the summit is challenging, but it requires no mountaineering experience and the panoramic view from his summit makes the hard work worthwhile.

Day to Day Trip Itinerary

Day 01: Marrakech - Imlil - Chamharouch - Refuge Toubkal 3207m :
Day 02 :Refuge Toubkal 3207m- Toubkal Summit 4167m - Imlil 1740m - Marrakech :


Meet at your hotel early in the morning at 8h30 with the guide and Driver. Transfer to Imlil valley 1740m, starting point for Toubkal. The luggage is loaded on the mules, and off we go to the refuge. Aremd, small village of Sidi Chamarouch, and by large curves the path goes up towards the refuge. Lunch picnic on the way, prepared by the local team.

Cost Includes

  • Private Transport from and back to your Hotel
  • Mountain Guide speaking english
  • Accommodation at the Refuge (DORM)
  • All meals during your your trek
  • Cook
  • Mules to carry your luggages + Porters in winter time

Cost Excludes

  • All expenses of personal nature
  • Travel inssurance
  • Tip

DETAIL ITINERARY

Day 01: Marrakech - Imlil Valley 1740m - Refuge Toubkal 3207m :

Meet at your hotel early in the morning at 8h30 with the guide and Driver. Transfer to Imlil valley 1740m, starting point for Toubkal. The luggage is loaded on the mules, and off we go to the refuge. Aremd, small village of Sidi Chamarouch, and by large curves the path goes up towards the refuge. Lunch picnic on the way, prepared by the local team.

Night at the Toubkal refuge (Neltner refuge, 3210 m).

5 h 30 walk - Positive Elevation = 1,200 m.

Day 02:Refuge Toubkal 3207m - Toubkal Summit 4167m - Imlil Valley 1740m - Marrakech :

Climbing the summit, on a good path and good trails, presents no difficulty, except the altitude. The path goes up a steep valley to lead to the wide ridge which leads to the summit. From there, you overlook a large part of the Atlas, the plains of Haouz to the north, Lake Ifni to the south, and an endless horizon towards Ouarzazate and the desert. The descent is done by the same route and, from the refuge, after lunch, return to Imlil. The driver waits in the village to return to Marrakech and drop you off at your accommodation at the end of the afternoon.

9 hours walk - Positive Elevation = 1,050 m - Positive Elevation = 2,270 m


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