Take on the challenge of climbing to the summit of the second highest massif in North Africa.



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Reach the summit of the M’Goun, the highest point of Central Atlas, from the Aït Boulli and the Tarkedit, and return 

by Ikkis and its troglodyte houses, then the « Happy Valley ». This is the program of this magnificent journey. The place is wild, perfect for a real encounter, and the hospitality is legendary.



– Reach the summit of M’Goun in a week of trekking,

with a different itinerary on the way to and on the way back, very wild and far from any roads.


– The discovery of the Central Atlas mountains, the most exotic

of the country.

– The encounter with the Berber people.


– Paddle alongside refreshing rivers and the turquoise shores of Lac D’ifni 2295m.

Trek style

Sleeping in 2 man tents. Trekking with a day pack to a different camp everyday. Main luggage is portaged by mules. All meals provided whilst on trek by our expedition cook. Trek led by qualified Moroccan guide who speaks English fluently.

Trip Overview
Day 1
Arrival in Marrakech
Airport assistance and transfer to hotel night in hotel.
Day 2
Marrakech –Ait Ali N’Itto(1850m)
Day of transfer to the central High Atlas via the Demnat city. a mountainous road to the Tassaout velley splendid view of the chain M’Goun in front of us and to our right the Rat 3700m, 3600m Igoudamene, Tizal 3100m 3700m Azourki to join the village of Ait Ali N’Itto, on the bank of Tassaout river, the starting point of our hikes, Meeting with the mule team. Bivouac.
Day 3
Ait Ali n´Itto (1850 m.)- Amezri (2250 m)
Today we follow the river. The actual route will depend on the level of water. Late in the afternoon before we arrive at our overnight camp in the village of Amezri we gain our first view of the Mgoun massif. Camp in Amzri at 2250m.
Amzri- Tidigane
Walk among Tassaout gorges and sheepfold through the Oued Tassaout towards the tizi. Lunch at the base. The descent offers a magnificent view over the Tessaout valley. Camping at Idoughmamen, among the junipers.
Day 5
Tidigane– Plateau Tarkeddit
The beautiful path of Assdremt allows to join the high plateaus at the base of M’Goun. All through the path, you can discover many sinkholes and caves used by the nomads during summer. Many Aït Atta come from the Sarhro to the Tarkedit plateau from May to September for the summer pasture, with their sheep flock and camels that carry their bags. Camp settlement close to the sources of the Tessaout (2900m), on the beautiful lawns dominated by the ridges of M’Goun. A great scenery.
Day 6
Tarkeddit – Ascension M’Goun 4068 m- Oulilimt
Up at 4, to start climbing the second summit of Morocco to 5h.sans down the tents this time because our carriers will have ample time to deal with, Ascension is optional (those who do not ride at the top can stay in bed until the departure of muleteers and follow the mule track through the pass of 3100m), 5 hour hike to Camp, the climb is not technically difficult, (habit of walking and resistance sufficient altitude, a lovely view of the massif central High Atlas, Jbel Saghro and the Rose Valley. After an exceptional career, we reach the highest point at 4,071 m. Then we descend a scree towards the sources of Wadi M’goun. Oulilimt Bivouac (2650 m).
Day 7
Oulilimt – Gorges Oulilimt –Tighremt N’Ait Ahmed 2250 m
Throughout the day, we will follow the mule track comfortable where you will discover some amazing cliff dwellings and meet the pastors Berber nomads with their herds summer in this region, which allows an easy walk without difficulty and offers landscapes: including stacks of different colors ranging from tan to red or brown. Lunch in the gorge for a swim and rest after yesterday’s effort has bivouac Ahmed. 5H Walking.
Day 8
Tighremt N’Ait Ahmed – Ouzighimt Valley– Imin Irkt Camp 2000m
After the first day of physical exertion and lack of positive water now is comfort: a day of reward by the descent of the valley Ouzighimt, popular beautiful valley, we walk to the river crossing a string of El Morabitine Berber villages, Ighrem Izderne, Wawchki …. meet the inhabitants of the valley, women with their unique hairstyles and costumes in the Central High Atlas, night at camp Possibility of hot shower in the evening walk Durée 5H30 vertical drop 250 m.
Day 9
Gorges Mgoun Imin Irkt — (Achabou) — Aguerzaga 1700m
Starting about 8am, provide Sandals or tennis Mandatory for wading, sometimes cold with a strong current, alternating passages, our mules we follow the same destination, through the most beautiful and spectacular gorges of the Atlas. The gorges are narrow (2m wide and 600m high cliffs) Lunch at the exit of the gorge after a mint tea at Moh, we walk always in the water until evening bivouac opposite the village to Aguerzaga riverside Duration: 6 hours walking / vertical drop 300 m.
Day 10
Aguerzaga –Marrakech
Last breakfast “berbere”. Then drive back to Marrakech. Lunch on the road. Arrival in Marrakech in the middle of the afternoon.
Day 11
transfer to Marrakech airport
Transfer and assistance in the airport.
Suggested kit list for climbing Toubkal
  • BAGS - Large duffle ~90L (carried by mules) + medium daypack ~25L (carried by you)
  • SHELL - Top and bottoms to keep off rain
  • BASELAYER - Thin layers to wick away sweat and to strip down to and keep the sun off when it gets hot
  • FEET - Sturdy trekking Boots (not walking Shoes), flip flops or similar, footwear for city
  • SLEEPING - sleeping bag and camping mat
  • EATING/DRINKING - Water bottles & favorite energy-snacks for during the day
  • WASH kit & MEDICAL kit

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Cost Per Person

680 580

Quoted price is per person for a group of 4-6 people and includes:
  • The road transportation as described in the program
  •  Accommodation in a Berber village gite, refuge or camping.
  • Full meal plan during the trip.
  • The collective and individual kitchen equipment.
  •  English speaking mountain guide
  •  the assistance from a local team (drivers, porters, cook).
  • A first aid kit for the group.
  • -Cook, all meals on trek and bottled waterMules to carry your kit bags
  • Single supplement.
  • Drinks.
  • Gratuities.
  • Repatriation insurance.
  • Everything that is not in the « What’s included in the price » section.
  • You will need to bring your own sleeping bag (or you can hire €3 per person per day on trek. If hiring, please bring a sleeping bag liner)
  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    ha sido una de las mejores rutas hemos hecho jamás, muy buena organización, hemos comido de escándalo, gracias a las platos que nos preparaba Daud, volveremos seguro a la próxima ruta en la costa atlántica.
    Recomendamos 100% Marruecos Adventure, gente muy responsable y muy profesional.
    Mayte de Zaragoza.

    • marruecosadventure

      Gracias Mayte, prestar especial atención y cuidar de nuestros clientes es un orgollo y gran satisfacción para nosotros. os esperamos el proximo viaje.

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