Discover trekking in Morocco with a professional team of guides who can help you plan the perfect trip specifically for you. We offer trekking tours and longer holidays around the Atlas Mountains and beyond. If you have ever wanted to climb Toubkal, trek the High Atlas or visit ‘off the beaten track’ valleys and villages we can put together an itinerary specific to your requirements. We can put together treks tailored to all fitness levels and abilities. Please speak to us about your trip to Morocco and let us use our experience and knowledge to put together a truly memorable and personalized adventure for you. Here is a selection of our established trek tours but we are able to customize a trek just for you.

At 4,167m, Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa. The hike to the summit is challenging, but requires no mountaineering experience and the panoramic view from the summit makes the hard work worthwhile. A perfect combination of 4 day 3 night trek on the western high Atlas starting by visiting lot of berber villages and hike over high Mountain passes to acclimatize with the altitude before reaching the summit on day 4

Just 3 hours flight from the UK, The High Atlas Mountains near Marrakech offers some of the finest trekking in the world. This a stunning five day trek in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. We trek through a variety of landscapes from lush valleys to barren rock. The route takes us through colorful Berber villages, over nice mountain passes slowly ascending to our highest point at 4,167m at the top of Mount Toubkal, North Africa’s highest mountain.

The trek will be supported by a berber team ; Mountain guide, cook and muleteers & mules for luggage’s.

The nights will be spend in the gites ( berber homes) & mountain huts on the last 2 days.

Travel from Marrakech to the atlas mountains into the direction of Imlil village ; famous starting point of many treks across the Atlas Mountains. Once in Imlil you will meet your berber team of guide, cook and muleteers then start your 2 day trek imediatley to the direction of Tizi Mzzik pass then down into the azzaden valley for the overnight in a simple berber village, prior to descent down the valley to get ouirgane which is your final destination

Those two day trek are great trek option which allow you to discover very scenic places, discover the daily life of the berbers.

Experience the climb of the highest peak in North Africa, Mount Toubkal summit 4167m (13600fit), get a stunning views of the Atlas Mountains, green valleys & Berber villages, meet the Berber guided & muleteers go for the this adventure of your life time….Mount Toubkal 4167m is the highest peak in North Africa, and is a trekking peak involving no climbing. two days involve walking in crampons holding an ice ace for security (Nov to April ) . The itinerary has been designed for keen walkers, as the ascent is non-technical, but involves some easy scrambling and snow slopes. The views from the summit are amazing across the mountains to Marrakech to the north, and the start of the Sahara to the south. All around are the jagged peaks of the High Atlas stretching as far as you can see in every direction.

Our “Express” route will lead you to the top exploring two main valleys of the Atlas the Azzaden wawgant valleys. You will avoid the too trekked approach and the “up and down ” the same way.

Challenge yourself to climb the highest peak in North Africa in 2 or 3 days. The tour starts and finishes in the vibrant city of Marrakech, and includes transport to and from Imlil . We will trek with a local English speaking guide , a local cook and mules to carry our luggage. It’s a challenging walk rather than a climb, and anybody in good physical condition can reach the top. Make sure you bring your camera; the views from the summit are spectacular. Mount Toubkal 4167m is the highest peak in North Africa, and is a trekking peak involving no climbing two days involve walking in crampons holding an ice axe for security (Nov to April ) . The itinerary has been designed for keen walkers, as the ascent is non-technical, but involves some easy scrambling and snow slopes.

  • Period: from March to November
  • Duration: 2 days /1 night
  • Grade: Hard (physical fitness required)

The Toubkal Circuit Trek consists of 6 days trekking in the Atlas Mountains, combining beautiful panoramas with the time to explore Berber villages and culture. From the first day of trekking you will be immersed in everyday Berber life watching the locals working in their terraced fields and tending to their animals. This itinerary involves early starts and strenuous trekking days, moving from camp to camp each day but you will be rewarded with many fine photo opportunities, in particular at the summit of Jebel Toubkal 4167m. At the end of the day you will be able to relax in village cafes and enjoy a cup of mint tea or paddle alongside refreshing rivers and the turquoise shores of Lac D’ifni 2295m.

Luxury Lodge to lodge trek
Travel from the Atlas Mountain to the Atlas mountains on direction of Oukaimeden ski resort via Ourika valley, meet your berber team ( guide, cook and muleteers) then start your trek over tizi n addi pass into Imanen valley where you will enjoy your stay in the confortable guesthouse, day2 you will head again over another mountain pass into the Moroccan chamonix “Imlil” where you will enjoy a Hamam and afternoon relax on the Dar Adrar roof terrace.
Day3 will take you to the spectacular red valley of Azzaden where you will enjoy your stay in the great kasbah trekking lodge.
Last day will take you back to Imlil valley over tizi oudite and the Matate plateau, Lucnh by the river then you will be transported to Marrakech.

Explore the central High Atlas of Morocco. In eight days we will cross the barrier of the Atlas. Starting from the north we make our way down to the south summiting the second highest mountain in the Atlas, M’Goun before descending into its famous gorge.

The Jebel Sargho (highest point 2,712 m) is a starkly beautiful region of Sahara broadly lying between the Draa and Dades Valleys.

An ideal region for trekking between October and May. It is made up of a jumble of volcanic peaks, deep gorges, abandoned kasbahs, small villages and the occasional black tents of the semi-nomadic Ait Ata tribe.

Trekking in Sirwa Mountains has been popular for years, as it offers both a physical challenge and great nature, but can easily be done without local guides. There are plenty of elements in nature that easily will help you navigate around the area. The nature here is absolutely on the extreme side, as so much else in the Anti Atlas. Most of it is barren, the mountains are often totally different from anything else you have seen before, and the villages have often been formed in close cooperation with nature. The goal of trekking here, and for once there is really just one itinerary, is the Jebel Sirwa at 3,305 metres above sea level. The Jebel Sirwa is an isolated volcanic peak, which is quite possible to climb for even inexperienced mountaineers.


Challenge yourself in an East west 4day mini-traverse of the western high Atlas, during which you will be engaged in superb canyons carved in granitic rocks (ourika valley gorges), visit the beatiful and remote village of amenzal and meet in lucky days a monkeys colonies feeding on walnut trees. Get high in the adrar n dern and meet the local shepherds before you go again higher above the Tizi n Likemt to joing the green valley of Imnane and drive back to Marrakech



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