Toubkal Winter Climb
This hike of two days will help you experience the good times in this massif « Adrar N’dern » and discover (the lifestyle of the people berber, their warm welcome, their culture, their villages, their customs) and of course the beauty of This famous mountain « Toubkal ».
Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa, reaching 4167m at its peak, and is the most accessible of the High Atlas, near Marrakech and the medina. This two-day hike is a true altitude trekking.
We allow you a beautiful trekking with the ascent, at an affordable level of Toubkal (4167m), the highlight of this hike.
This trek can be extended to include neighbouring peaks such as Ouankrim (4068m), Tizi Melloul (4000m) or the Taghaghart Plateau.
Day One: Marrakech-Imlil
Departure from Marrakech early morning towards Asni 59 km, then towards Imlil 1740m, meeting with our team of mule drivers and departure to Sidi Chamharouch then our base camp at 3200m Neltner refuge. Bivouac near the refuge. Around 4 hours of walking.
Day Two: Imlil – Toubkal – Imlil
Starting as soon as possible to enjoy the early hours of the day, climbing the 4167m summit of Toubkal has no technical difficulty, sometimes there snowfields to cross early in the season. From the summit of Toubkal the view goes away, you can see the top of Sirwa and the plain of Marrakech and Lake Takerkouste. Descent to Sidi Chamharouch, Village D’Armed and Imlil 1740m, where we leave our team Carriers. We got into the vehicle to Marrakech. About 7 hours walking.