This Mount Toubkal Winter Climb 3 Day offers a thrilling ascent and spectacular views of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains in Morroco. So, come join us on this 3-day adventure of a lifetime!
Located in the Toubkal National Park, Mount Toubkal (4,167 m) is the highest peak of not just Morocco but the whole of North Africa. It lies 63 km from the popular city of Marrakesh and definitely finds its place on the list of many mountain climbers.
Typically, the peak can be climbed in 2 days, however, since we’ll be hiking on snow in the winter and would be using crampons and ice axes, it is best to take it slow and finish the trek in 3 days.
We’ll begin the journey in Marrakech and drive you to the beautiful village of Imlil to begin the trek. From here, you’ll hike to Toubkal Refuge, passing via beautiful Morrocan villages and stay overnight.
What to Expect
Join Toubkal Treks certified mountain guides on this amazing winter trek to Mount Toubkal, the highest mountain in North Africa to see jaw-dropping views of the Atlas Mountain Range.
We’ll pick you up from Marrakech and drive for about 64km to get to Imlil (1760m), where you’ll meet the team and start the trek towards the Toubkal Refuge. Passing by Aremd village and Shamharouch shrine, we’ll trek for a good 5hours to get to the refuge and stay overnight.
After breakfast, we’ll put on our crampons and walk all the way up for about +1000m to get the highest peak in North Africa, the Toubkal Peak( 4167m). The top offers amazing views of the desert and the whole Atlas Mountain Chain. Then, well head back to the Refuge for the night. Time: about 6 to 7 hours of walk.
There is an option to climb another high summit if you like. If not, then we’ll walk for about 4 hours to get to Imlil and leave for Marrakech. Or you can also spend the night here in our guesthouse.
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