Berber Villages and Toubkal Climb – 3 days Winter Edition
Experience the move of the most elevated top in North Africa, Mount Toubkal culmination 4167m (13600fit), get a staggering perspectives on the Atlas Mountains, green valleys and Berber towns, meet the Berber guided and muleteers go for the this experience of your life time….Mount Toubkal 4167m is the most elevated top in North Africa, and is a trekking top including no ascending. two days include strolling in crampons holding an ice hatchet for security (Nov to April ) . The schedule has been intended for sharp walkers, as the climb is non-specialized, yet includes some simple scrambling and snow slants. The perspectives from the highest point are stunning over the mountains to Marrakech toward the north, and the beginning of the Sahara toward the south. All around are the spiked pinnacles of the High Atlas extending the extent that you can find toward each path.
Day 1: Marrakech – Imlil
Takeoff via vehicle from Marrakech around 8h toward the beginning of the day for 1h20 drive south up the Moulay Brahim Gorges, Asni week by week advertise each saturday, at that point to Agersioual (1,600m), set in the upper level lower regions of the Western High Atlas mountains, Here you will leave the Vehicle and meet your nearby guide before setting out for some 12km journey. towards the East to the Berber town of AIkkiss (1,700m), Over Tizi n agersioual pass (2200m). Lunch taken inside a Berber Home (or by the waterway) at that point continue strolling up the Imnane valley then over Tizi n Tamter pass (2779m) , From here one can see the two valleys, down into the Imlil Valley and withdraw to the Imnane valley. Another 1h30 trek down from here will take you to the town of Imlil where you will appreciate a night supper in the enchanting Dar Adrar Guesthouse. 1h20 drive and 6hours strolling.
Day 2 : Imlil – Sidi Chamharoush – Toubkal asylum
After breakfast we start our trek, heading along the Mizane Valley, first towards the town of Aremd and afterward onto the sanctuary of Sidi Chamarouch. Based on a moraine prod neglecting the valley floor, Aremd is the biggest town in the valley and gives an intriguing blend of conventional terraced cultivating, gites and avenues that appear to be for all time gridlocked by goats and cows. For ages the neighborhood Berber locals have worked these grounds, delivering corn, potatoes and pecans from the unforgiving scene. Proceeding with east and intersection the flood plain our course takes us along donkey tracks and up into the high rough precipices over the valley. Intersection the stream we in the long run go to the peaceful sanctum of Sidi Chamarouch, which draws in travelers and pioneers the same (albeit just Muslims are permitted to cross the stone extension to visit the marabout hallowed place itself). The town sits other than a little cascade, a scrambled bunch of houses that appear to soften together into an anarchic mass. From here the path keeps on climbing consistently, winding and crisscrossing its way up to the
snowline and the Toukbal Refuge (3206m), our set up camp. Approx 5hrs strolling.
Day 3 : Trek to highest point of Jebel Toubkal(4165m); come back to Imlil – Marrakech
Early toward the beginning of today we make our endeavor on the culmination of Jebel Toukbal, the most noteworthy top in Northern Africa. Our course takes us up the south cirque, crossing the stream over the shelter and afterward heading across one of the
mountains various scree fields, where we should debatable an apparently perpetual rug of stones and shakes. The strolling is moderately clear, yet the scree and the height will make the going very troublesome in parts, be that as it may, the perspectives en route make the excursion more than advantageous. Peaking the ridgeline we end up on the level, from where it is a short stroll to the highest point and the vistas out over the encompassing scene are very stunning. From here there are unlimited perspectives toward each path, from the Marrakesh Plain to the High Atlas in the north and as far south as the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara. Pliny, the incomparable Roman researcher, when portrayed the High Atlas Mountains as “the most remarkable mountains in the entirety of Africa” and from our vantage point high over the valley it is straightforward why. Backtracking our means we at that point return down the mountain and head back towards Imlil Prior To drive back to Marrakech.
PRICES INCLUDE & PRICES DOES NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICES
Expert, Berber, English-speaking mountain guides
Mules and muleteers to carry your luggage.
Porters for luggages from snowline to the mountain huts ( Winter months)
All meals on the hike
Accommoadtion in a Mountain Hut ( winter) or camping if prefered on summer months.
Round-trip Transportation between the trek and your accommodation in Marrakech .
Camping Materiels ( Tents & Mattress) for summer treks.
Does not include:
Tips and personal expanses
1st Night : The Accommodation will be in a nice simple Guesthouse in Imlil such as Dar adrar Guesthouse or similar 2nd Night : The Accommodation will be in a Dorm at the Mountain hut. Camping is an option if prefered (june-Octo). NB : If accommodation is required in the Atlas Mountains either before or after the trek, we can always book you at our Guesthouse Dar Adrar in Imlil or in our Eco-loge in Ouirgane