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The highest point in North Africa, The summit of Toubkal is in the midst of the peaks of the Atlas Mountains. High granite massiffs with tops no less than 3000m in altitude. Magnificent views are possible from Toubkal: to the West, L'Oued Nfis, and the East, the valley of L'Ourika, and more peaks of the Moroccan High Atlas. Six days of 5 to 8 hours of trekking a day, means that we can explore the mountains in optimal conditions, taking altitude and energy into account. We will visit the most remote regions, steep sided , sunny valleys with tiny villages whose way of life hasn't changed for centuries. The last day of the trek will be the day that we climb the Toubkal summit.
We travel to the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains for a trekking experience away from the usual routes with superb views of the magnificent High Atlas Mountains.
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