Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa, reaching 4167m at its peak. Your ascent will take 2 days and culminate in a spectacular and stunning view over the Atlas Mountains and the Toubkal National Park.
Looking out from the summit, you will see that the High Atlas Mountains stretch out in 3 directions. They cover an eastward section of land from the Atlantic Coast to the Moroccan-Algerian border. In the southwest, they terminate at the Anti-Atlas Mountain range and in the north; and finish at the city of Marrakech. The Toubkal National Park nestles within the 3-way splay of this magnificent natural edifice that you have just trekked through.
What to Expect
Climb Mount Toubkal is a perfect non-technical short break in the Atlas mountains, only around 50 miles to the south of Marrakech. On a clear day, the range can be clearly seen from the city. The blue skies, bright sun, and crisp snowy peaks are a wonderful antidote to the winter of northern Europe.
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The 1st day, heading out from Imlil will take about 5 to 6 hours. You will head toward the Neltner Refuge (3207m) and, depending on the conditions, stay the night at the Refuge itself or in a tent. There will be mules to carry supplies and baggage and a guide to ensure you are on the best route for your group and that you are safe.
An early start will take you to the top of the highest peak in North Africa. The summit has an incomparable view of the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert, and the environments that have enclosed them for centuries.
The time you spend at the top will depend on the weather. Normally, you will have enough time for around 30 minutes at the summit and then descend to the refuge for lunch. The day involves around 8-9 hours walking and finishes back in Imlil.
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