The National Park of Toubkal
Highest point of North Africa with its 4,167 meters of altitude, Jbel Toubkal gave its name, in 1942, to the first national park of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Covering nearly 38,000 ha, the Toubkal National Park is located 70 km south of Marrakech, in the portion that corresponds to the Adrar n’Dern (mountain mountains).
Of exceptional biodiversity, this park welcomes many visitors, who can discover plateaus and cliffs alternating with gorges, where rivers flow with crystal clear water, ensuring irrigation in the valleys and plains of Piedmont .
Day 1: Marrakech – Toubkal ( 3 hours drive )
You’ve done it all in Marrakech : You have visited the the Medina with its busy Souks. It’s time for you to admire the majesty of the high Atlas Mountains.
The National Park of Toubkal with Imlil village is considered the best area to explore on a day trip to the Atlas Mountains from Marrakech.
Enjoy a scenic drive up to the High Atlas Mountains, make a few stops on you way to visit a weekly Berber market and a Berber family house before you reach the village of Imlil at the foothill of Toubka Mount.
Once in Imlil village meet your mountain guide who will be assisting you on a couple hours hike to Armed Village where lunch will be served in the roof top terrace of the Kasbah while admiring the stunning panoramic views of the snow topped Toubkal summit.
After a short ascent to Imlil village, drive back to Marrakech via the Haouz planes.
Local trekking guide
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