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Toubkal ascent & berber velliges
ITINERARY DETAILS :
Day 1: Marrakech – Imi Oughlad (1400m) – via Tiz n’Techt (2100m) – Tizi Oussem (1750m):
Awaking early and refreshed, after an early breakfast we leave bustling Marrakech in our own private transport for a 1.5hr journey to Imi Oughlad, a small Berber village where we meet our cook, muleteers and mules. They will accompany us on our adventure which really starts here, at the gateway to the High Atlas Mountains and surrounding valleys. We trek over our first mountain pass, Tizi n’Techt into the adjoining Eastern Valley. After a couple of hours steady ascent we summit the pass and enjoy our first Moroccan trek lunch and continue South, passing through 3 villages and exploring this fantastic, less visted valley to Tizi Oussem, a small village, where we rest overnight in our first traditional guesthouse. 5 to 6H trek
Day 2: Tizi Oussem village (1800m) – via M’zik pass (2500m) – Armed village(1800m):
The next morning we continue up this valley to enjoying marvellous views of remote shepherd homesteads & arrive at the head of the valley to witness fantastic waterfalls (the Casdades d’Irhoulidene) beyond the last gite in the valley., where we enjoy a well earnt break. We return part way down the valley & steadily ascend up to another mountain pass, Tizi n’Mzik (2,489m), benefitting from fantastic views where we cross back over into the Ait mizan Valley, and descend down towards Imlil ( another Berber village) with views across to Jebel (Mount) Oukiemaden and its surrounding peaks. We reach the village of Armed and enjoy a well eraned meal and night’s rest. 5 hours trek.
Day 3: Armed village(1800m) – via Sidi Chamharouch Shrine – Toubkal Refuge (3200m):
We trek up from Armed (1,800m), crossing the valley floor and ascending the valley side, arriving at Sidi Chamharouch for 11’s, traditional Berber Whisky- (Mint Tea) (2,350m). Refreshed, we continue ascending along a new, hanging valley and after a couple of hours catch our first glimpse of our target, the Mountain Refuge at 3,207m. This is our ‘Base Camp’ for the next 3 nights. 5 hours trek
Day 4: Toubkal Refuge(3200m) –trek upToubkal summit (4167m) – Armed(1750m):
Summit Day! WE take an early breakfast and set off on our ‘Summit Day’ Jebel Toubkal- 4, 167m. It’s ne easy start, we need to ascend the steep main valley side, but taking it nice and easy, the ground levels out somewhat, and we continue our gradual ascent.. After about 4 hours we make it! What a feeling, and what magnificent views!! After due celebrations, photos, and well earnt rest and picnic we return to Base Camp then trek back down via Sidi Chamharouch to Imlil. Time for a hot shower, rest, and reflection on a job well done. A celebratory meal and chat.8 to 9 h trek
Day 5: mlil(1750m) – Tamatert pass (2280m) – Tineghourine (1600m):
After breakfast we leave Imlil,then We trek over Tamatert pass to Imnane valley. From here are incredible panoramas across the High Atlas at every turn. Slowly descend to Imnan valley. Overnight in local guesthouse at Tineghourine village.5 to 6 h trek.
WHAT IS INCLUDED :
- Private air conditioned vehicle at disposal.
- Private English Speaking driver throughout your Journey.
- Accommodation depending on the trek or tour (Refuge, Hotel or Berber guesthouse).
- All Meals during your trek.
- Sightseeing by English, Frensh, Spanish or German Speaking guide as per itinerary.
- Entrance fees to the monuments & Museums.
WHAT IS EXCLUDED :
- Airfare travel.
⇒ The price for the tours will be dependent on numbers, the higher the number of people in your party the lower the cost per person.
⇒ All accommodation will be private, you will only share vehicles, if applicable.
⇒ We are not liable for personal injury or loss of your own property. You should take reasonable care with your belongings at all times.
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