Nikxxx tachte tizi

Duration : 5 days and 4 nights Period : It can occur at any time of the year Trek Grade : Medium to Hard Maximum Elevation : 1500 Meters Accommodation : Gite (Guesthouse) – Hike through Berber villages and meet the locals – Visit old Berber villages – Get amazing views of the Atlas mountains and Toubkal peak On the morning of the first day we will depart from Marrakech heading south through the Moulay Brahim gorge, and wind our way through the upper valleys until we reach our first stop at the higher foothills of the western part of the High Atlas Mountains.

This will be the trailhead of Imi Oughlad (1,450m peak), Jbel Toubkal (highest peak in north Africa 4,167m), Aglzim (3,650m), and Aksoual (3,847m).

This day consists of a short adventure to the waterfall at Azib Tamsoulte, then return so we can cross the Tizi ‘n Mzzik pass (2,500m).

The route will take you through vibrant Berber villages and stunning mountain passes, and landscape ranging from green valleys to bare rock deserts.We traverse the tizi n’tagdalte to the descent amongst the juniper trees till we come to a small spring set amongst the trees , where we will stop for our picnic refreshed , we are off down winding tracks of upper slopes for some 3hours to come to a small river at the beginning of the valley of assif n azzaden .then up to the summer village Of Tamsoult for our camp After breakfast, we now set out eastwards through the beautiful waterfalls of Igholiden on a moderately difficult hike up winding mule tracks to the Tizi Aguelzim (3550m) , thence a further 3 hours south-east to the Toubkal Refuge which marks the spring snowline at 3207m, where we shall have our dinner, in bivouac around the Refuge or stay in the of the mountain hut.This will be our picnic stop for this day, where we can enjoy the views of the peak of Jbel Oukaïmeden (3,268m) and its 2 passes, Tizi n’Ou Arg (2,258m) and Tizi n’Tiratene (2,268m).The return trip starts with us heading west through the pass of Tizi n’Aguerssioual, and then through the valley of Assif n’ Ait Mizan, and then back to Imlil.

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