Mt Toubkal stands 4167m above sea level and commands superb views of the High Atlas Mountains. Our trek passes through impressive landscapes on well-defined paths and is, surprisingly, not too strenuous. As we climb higher, the paths do become steeper but the gain in altitude awards dramatic views towards Marrakech and the spectacular Anti-Atlas mountains. Passing through remote villages and terraced fields we gain an insight into the life of the friendly Berber people and finish with free time in the colourful imperial city of Marrakech.
Marrakesh is home to palaces, mosques and gardens. Visible from miles away is the Moorish minaret – the largest mosque in the city. It is known as the ‘Red City’ because of the buildings and clay that contribute to its make up.
In Morocco, nature is never far away. With desert, mountains, valleys and the coast line, wildlife can be found around every corner! There is plenty to offer fans of the outdoors and hikers of all levels will love walking the Moroccan mountains. Due to the time of year and the altitude, you will probably have the chance to see snow when climbing Mount Toubkal!
Our trek passes through scenery on well-defined paths and consequently, it is not as strenuous as you may think. As the altitude increases, the paths do become steeper but the climb awards dramatic views towards Marrakech and the spectacular Anti-Atlas mountains. We discover an insight into the life and culture of the locals who are unbelievably friendly people when passing through remote Berber villages and terraced fields. A really Unforgettable and authentic experience. We finish the trek with some free time in the colourful imperial city of Marrakech where you can pick up your last minute souvenirs!