Trek Overview :
At 4,167m, Mount Toubkal is the highest mountain in North Africa. The 4 Days Toubkal Trek to the summit is challenging, but it requires no mountaineering experience and the panoramic view from he summit makes all the hard work worthwhile, This is a wonderful winter break to Climb Mt toubkal in Winter the spectacular Mountain the high Atlas of Morocco in North Africa in Winter conditions. The mountain is only around 40 miles to the south of Marrakech and on a clear day it can be clearly seen from the city and vice versa. The Climb Mt Toubkal in Winter is different in nature to the summer climb in that it will be over snow and ice and will require mountaineering clothing and snow and ice travel techniques. There is time to get accustomed with using crampons (if required) and this climb is an excellent introduction to trekking and living in snow conditions.
Day 1: Marrekch – Imlil – Toubkal Refuge
Pick up from your Hotel/Riad in Marrakech to Imlil where you will meet your berber team,Guide,cook,Then trek up to Toubkal Refuge via Aremd & the Mizane Valley. You’ll head along the Mizane Valley towards Aremd village and the shrine of Sidi Chamarouch. Then it’s on-wards and upwards to the Toubkal Refuge – your stop for the night. Overall, you’ll have walked for four to five hours.
Day 2: Toubkal Refuge – Climb the Peaks of Ouanakrim – Toubkal Refuge
The 2nd & 3rd highest peaks (Ouanoukrim twins 4089m) in the High Atlas lie at the head of the Mizane valley and provide a fantastic trek with excellent views of Toubkal. Today you’ll aim for both summits arriving back to the refuge in time for lunch. This is a good way to acclimatize to the altitude and get used to the conditions.
Day 3: Toubkal Refuge – Mt Toubkal Peak – Toubkal Refuge
Today starts early with an attempt to Climb Mt Toubkal in Winter – the highest peak in northern Africa. The walking is relatively straightforward but occasionally difficult in places – however the views are worth it – you’ll be able to see across the Marrakech Plain to the High Atlas Mountains in the north and the Anti Atlas mountains and the Sahara in the south. You’ll retrace your footsteps back down the mountain to the refuge.
Day 4: Toubkal Refuge – Imlil – Marrakech
After breakfast in the refuge, you’ll head down the valley back to Imlil where you’ll meet your vehicle and be transferred back to Marrakech.
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