Multi Day Treks and Tours
2 Days Toubkal Ascent
Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa, reaching 4167m at its peak. Your ascent will take two days and culminate in a spectacular and stunning view of the Atlas Mountains and the Toubkal National Park.
2 Days Azzaden Valley and Berber Villages Trek
Transfer from Marrakech to Imlil 1740 m, then Trek up to the top of Tizi Mzik (2489m). Descend to Tamsoulte summer pasture azibs via the Ighouliden Waterfalls. The night will be at the Tamsoulte Refuge.
2 Days Imlil And Imenane Valley Trek
Spend 2 days exploring the high peaks of the Atlas Mountains on foot. A hike amidst cool vegetation of juniper and pine trees is a perfect way to rejuvenate your mind and body. Go across deep gorges, gushing river streams and groves of cherry and walnut....
3 Days Setti Fatma and Ourika Valley Trek
The valley of Ourika is particularly green throughout the year. This part of the High Atlas is exceptionally beautiful and affords great views across mountains and lush valleys, with adobe Berber villages, rivers and woodlands.
4 Days Toubkal Winter Trek
This is a fantastic 4 day trekking adventure to include North Africa´s Highest peak of Mount Toubkal and her sisiter peaks of Ouanoukrim, both over 4000 metres.
7 Days Ait Bougamez and M´goun Trek
Discover this gem in the Central High Atlas, trek in the "Happy Valley" and see the unique Berber villages, the way of life and the stunning mountain landscapes of the M´goun peaks and gorges with this 7 day adventure.
6 Day Trekking and Camping in the High Atlas
A 6 day circular route taking in high passes, peaks, valleys, Berber villages, a mountain lake and for those who wish: Mount Toubkal summit. This is a summer trek with camping for some of the nights and mountain gites for the others.
7 Days Atlas and Sahara Tour
Two extremes: Trekking and overnight in the High Atlas Mountains with the possibility of waking up in a winter wonderland; depending on the time of year, and camping in the golden desert dunes of the Sahara with its canopy of millions of stars.