Toubkal Trekking a mountain peak that is the highest point (13,665 feet [4,165 meters]) in North Africa.
and in the Atlas Mountains, The peak situated 40 miles (60 km) south of Marrakech. in the High Atlas Juniper forests, covering the mountains. higher slopes succeeded by alpine meadows. whereas the lower slopes have overgrazed.
The peak is the central attraction of Toubkal, National Park
an area noted for its winter skiing and hiking.
if you don’t have time you can climb Toubkal in 2 days. but if you have time then you will get a chance to discover more places in the atlas mountains. there many deferent options to like 2 or 3days.
Toubkal trekking, or Berber villages and Toubkal 3 4 5 or 6 days. climb Mount Toubkal, the Berber villages, and Toubkal ascent, give you a chance to acclimatize before your ascent to the peak.
Wake up early and drive through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains to Imlil, where you’ll meet your support crew and start your trek. Gradually ascend the Toubkal Trekking Valley, pass Berber farming villages, and stop for lunch on the trail. In the afternoon you’ll arrive at the refuge.
Toubkal is a perfect non-technical short break in the Atlas mountains, only around 50 miles to the south of Marrakech. On a clear day, the range can be clearly seen from the city. The blue skies, bright sun, and crisp snowy peaks are a wonderful antidote to the winter of northern Europe.
This is a wonderful winter mountain trekking to the summit of Toubkal which is also a great learning experience for winter skills. We normally run two or three trips in January and February and our groups average four to six people.