Hiking Toubkal in 3 days: The Toubkal massif in the High Atlas is for hikers curious and hiking lovers Toubkal. The Jbel Toubkal (Djebel Toubkal) of volcanic origin is composed of Jurassic and Cretaceous formations.
Hiking Toubkal ascents with 4167 meters highest point, the highest of all North Africa. This summit is visible from the nearby mountains. Our trek to Toubkal, leads us to the discovery of lunar landscapes, through tiny villages clinging to the mountainside, bordered with walnut trees, apple trees, terraced fields, where only the passes allow to pass a valley or one village to another.
In the early morning, short transfer to Imlil where we meet the (s) muleteer (s). We start our hike by a beautiful climb to the village of Aremd, terraced crops, irrigation canals, then by marabout Sidi Chemharouch, to reach the Toubkal refuge at 3100m. 5 hours of walking. Night in a shelter.
The ascent of the highest peak in North Africa is without major difficulty. Departure at the earliest to enjoy the freshness of the morning. From where summit of Toubkal (4167m) the sight carries far, we can see the massif of Siroua, as well as the plain of Marrakech. Descent and return. Tea and lunch at the refuge, afternoon free. 3H for the climb. 2H30 for the descent.
After breakfast, we descend very slowly by the same mule track to the marabout Sidi Chemharouch (2250m), a revered saint, renowned for the care of spiritual diseases (King of the Devils), under a rock painted white, lunch at Imlil or my house. 4 hours of descent then around 1 pm, return to Marrakech. Duration: 4H walk / 1H20 drive.
2 persons : 160 € / person
3 persons : 140 € / person
4 persons or more : 100 € / person