Imlil to Setti Fadma
If you are looking for a break in the heart of the mountains to breathe fresh air and to be one with nature, this hike may be the adventure you seek.
Imlil is a small village in the Atlas Mountains, located at 1740 meters above sea level. The place is best known as the main base for all hikers and climbers to the region. Indeed it is the breakpoint 90% of hikers seeking to climb Toubkal, the highest mountain in North Africa. In this trek, you will depart Imlil and travel to the beautiful Ourika valley, and then over the first pass at Tamerterte (2300m) from where you can see the Imnan valley and the river that runs through it.
Day One: Marrakech – Imlil – Imnan Valley – Tachdirt
Departure from Marrakech to Imlil, then to the Tacheddirt valley via Tizi N’Tamatert (2279m) to reach the village in the valley of Ouanesekra.
Tacheddirt where we spend the night in a Berber shelter or bivouac. 5 hours walking time.
Day Two: Tachddirt – Iaabassene – Timichi
Depart Tachdirth Timichi via the Tizi n’Ibbasen 3172m. After the pass then down we pass the villages of Ibbasen and Timichchi. We spend the night in a bivouac or Berber house. 6 to 7 hours walking time.
Day Three: Timichi – Isghouarne – Agadir n’ait Boulmane – Setti Fadma
Depart Timichchi Setti Fatma. Throughout the trip there are Berber villages in the valley, such Tiourdou, Anfli, Tadrart, Chiker. After lunch, we continue by Ait Boulmane and the center of Setti Fatma. Then back to Marrakech or visit the waterfalls of Setti Fatma, if we have time. 4-5 hours of walking