3 Days Toubkal Ascent

Take on the challenge of climbing the highest mountain in North Africa.

At 4,167m, Jebel (Mount) Toubkal is the highest peak in North Africa. This hike to the summit is challenging, but it requires no mountaineering expertise and the reward of panoramic views makes all the hard work worthwhile.

With the start of the trek 1h30 drive from Marrakech, you can reach the summit in just three days.

Day 1 : Marrakech-Imlil - Refuge ( Base Camp)

The first day, heading out from Imlil 1740m, will take about 5 hours. You will head toward the Neltner Refuge, at 3207m,stay the night at the Refuge. There will be mules to carry supplies and baggage and a guide to ensure you are on the best route and that you are safe.

Day 2 : Refuge - Toubkal Peak - Refuge

An early start will take you to the top of the highest peak in North Africa4167m. The summit has an incomparable view of the Atlas Mountains, and the environments that have enclosed them for centuries.
The time you spend at the top will depend on the weather. Normally, you will have enough time for around 30 minutes at the summit and then descend to the refuge. The day involves around 5-6 hours walking.

Day 3

After breakfast in the refuge will be necessary to retrace our steps, returning down the mountainside and heading back to Imlil. Transfer back to Marrakech

Should you have any trouble with being that far above sea level?
We will be than happy to spend a couple of days before the ascent journeying through the nearby villages, at a much lower altitude until you acclimatize. This is a common method for preventing altitude sickness and gives you a fantastic opportunity to explore more of the Atlas region.

This Day Trip Runs All Year Round And Can Depart At Any Date Of Your Preference.Please Get In Touch.

note: winter trips are more pricey du to renting all winter equipments and porters team.

All Meals
English Speaking Guide.
Ground Transfers By Minibuses / 4*4: ( Hotel - Trek - Hotel)

Not Included
Travel Insurance.
Soft/Alcoholic Drinks
Tips And Personal Expanses
Entrance Fees

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