Ascend to the heady heights above 4000m and reach the summit of Mount Toubkhal.
Explore the enchanting city of Marrakech, an assault on the senses, and a vibrant and welcoming tourist destination.
Dive into an immersive experience, undertaking an authentic Moroccan adventure.
Experience Africa in a blanket of snow, a wonderful experience to see the pristine mountains of the High Atlas.
Take time out to explore the fascinating city of Marrakesh, losing yourself in the labyrinthine souks.
Don an ice axe and crampons and put winter climbing skills to the test.
A superb opportunity to take a guided hike to the summit of Mount Toubkhal. Standing at 4167m above sea level, this is the highest peak in North Africa, and despite the dizzying height, it's an achievable adventure for anyone with a good level of fitness.
Benefit from the leadership of experienced and knowledgeable guides, making an authentic journey through the Atlas mountains to claim an incredible achievement. Celebrate your success whilst exploring the enchanting souks of Marrakesh.
Claim a 4000-metre summit, climbing to the top of Toubkhal.
Set up camp on the shores of Lac d'Ifni for an incredible night in the mountains.
Round off the trip with chance to explore the magical city of Marrakesh.
Marrakesh Menara Airport
Fly to Marrakesh, and take a transfer to the hotel.
Morning briefing, to meet with guides and the group. Transfer from Marrakesh to Oukaimedem. Meet with mule drivers, take lunch and prepare gear. Clim to Tizi n'Eddi at 2980m to find great views of the Imane valley. Descent to the village of Tachedirt to set up camp at Fousaou.
Morning ascent to Tizi n'Likemt at 3550m, before descending to the village of Azib Likemt, continuing to the foot of Tizi n'Ourai to set up camp.
Climb the Tizi n'Ourai col at 3109m before a tough descent to the village of Amsouzart. Climbing to the Lac d'Ifni at 2312m to pitch camp for the night.
A day of gorges and technical paths to climb to Tizi n'Ouanoums at 3600m. Camp is pitched at the Nelter Refuge, the main basecamp for summit bids.
An early start, leaving camp around 0500. The ascent takes a rocky route to arrive at the South Cwm, before continuing up scree slopes to meet the summit ridge at 3940m. Following the crest of the ridge, arrive at the summit of Mount Toubkhal at 4167m above sea level. After drinking in the views and time for photographs, it's a long descent along the north side of the mountain to the village of Aremd.
Morning hike to the village of Imlil to take a transfer to Marrakesh. Rest of the day free to explore this compelling city. Tours can be arranged upon request.
Transfer to the airport to start the journey home.
This trip takes responsibility seriously and ‘goes the extra mile’ to ensure that your presence in this country is entirely positive.
All guides and partners are hand picked to ensure that every aspect of your trip operates to the highest standard and reflect the strong values, ethics and joy of travel.
This commitment to Responsible Travel is mutually beneficial without compromising the countries and communities touched or the depth and uniqueness of your adventure.
Let’s help keep these wonderful places precious.
All crew are paid proper wages and are treated with respect and dignity. This trip with IMEC, IPPG and KPAP, all not-for-profit organisations that focus on improving the working conditions of porters.
Travellers are given the opportunity to mitigate some of the environmental impacts of flying by supporting community and conservation initiatives.
This trip is a proud supporter of the Leave No Trace and Travellers Against Plastic campaigns, which help educate travellers on the impact of travel and provide practical guidance for enjoying the outdoors responsibly.
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We had a fantastic trip, guided by Lahcen throughout. He was highly professional and always attentive to our individual preferences. He worked extremely hard to make sure each member of the team had an amazing experience. I would love to do another trek in Morocco and wouldn’t hesitate to go with Lahcen again. He was also very encouraging during the challenging parts of the climb and ensured we were safe at all times. The assistant guide, Mohammed, was also great as was the cook Hussain and the team of muleteers. | Jess