toubkal trekking guide

toubkal guide


Trekking and Hiking in atlas

Morocco is a land of a wide range of Mountains, Edge & deep valleys, to explore the landscape & the Berber life style you need definitly to trek up the hills.
Trekking is the word used to describe a journey on foot, often over rough or mountainous terrain. Usually involving the support of a trekking crew where porters or pack animals carry the group equipment and your personal belongings. You only need to carry a day sack with the items you need for the day. Since 1985 Classic Journeys have been leading the way and continue to do so with many years experience and planning going into every trip. Our trekking and walking holidays have been carefully planned to allow quality, safe and excellent value for money treks. A typical trekking day might involve 5 to 8 hours walking including a lunch stop. You are free to walk at your own pace and on all treks there is time to rest, relax and meet the local people, learning something of their lifestyle and cultures. We carry a comprehensive first aid kit and our leaders are trained in first aid. In the event of an emergency we have the best available back up and rescue facilities in the areas we are
Most popular Treks through the Atlas Mountains :

Famous Atlas Treks
Toubkal Ascent – 2 days.
Berber villages of Toubkal massif – 2 days
Berber villages of Toubkal massif – 3 days
Toubkal circular trek – 6 days
The Grand Tour of the Atlas – 12days
Imlil day walks
Mgoun Climb – 5 days
Berber villages of Ait Bouguemez valley – 4 days.
Jebel Saghro Trek – 8 days
Jebel Siroua Trek – 8 days
Telouet valley – 5 days

more information

Contact Asociation of trekking in morocco;

Village Armed – Asni 42152 Province AL Haouz – MARRAKECH – MAROC

– Tél Portable 00 212 638 629 057

– E-mail :

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