Mt Toubkal Winter climb
Mount Toubkal (4167m) is North Africa’s highest mountain. The hike to the top is difficult, but it requires no mountaineering experience. The beginning of the hike just a few hours drive from Marrakech (1h30min), you can reach the top and back in two days and still have time to explore the « red city ».
Culmination of North Africa with its 4167m, the Toubkal attracts adventurers in search of thrills and adrenaline. Discover a virgin land and enjoy a true altitude trekking. Experience Ground in the Moroccan High Atlas and make your way on ancestral paths of this beautiful area.
Day One: Imlil – Toubkal Refuge 3208m
Transfer to Imlil (1740m), start hiking to reach the refuge of Toubkal at 3200m. Overnight camping around the refuge.
Day Two: Refuge -Toubkal Peak 4167m – Refuge Neltner
Ascension of Jebel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, culminating at 4167m, nice view over the desert and the whole Atlas Mountain Chain, back to Refufe for night2.about 6 to 7 hours walk. After a long day, you get to Neltner refuge where you spend the night.
Day Three: Neltner – Imlil
Day 3 There an option the climb another high Summit if you like , IF not Back to Imlil, and transfer to Marrakech.