Hiking in the High Atlas is one of the best possible experiences in Morocco – visitors can view the natural beauty of the mountains and surrounding region while getting to know the local people and culture. Regardless of levels of fitness, this area is accessible to all. There is a wide range of trekking possibilities that cater to different abilities. Mule support can be arranged for bags and people, which opens up more opportunities.
Below are a few examples of possible treks. Our guides are happy to discuss possibilities with you and arrange guided treks and support. Prices for the treks are dependent on the number of people in your group and if you would like lunch provided or not. Read below to find out more!
Option 1: Targa Imoula: Visit the village of Targa Imoula, with shady orchards and walnut groves on route.
Option 2: Mzik: Walk through the village of Mzik. The views of Imlil and the terraces are beautiful from here.
Duration: 45 minutes to two hours, depending on if you stop for tea or a picnic on the way
Option 1: Tizi n’Tamatert: Walk up to the pass of Tizi n’Tamatert (2479m). From here, one can view the two valleys, the Imane Valley and the Aït Mizane valley.
Option 2: Sidi Chamharouch: Trek up to the cool waters by Sidi Chamharouch, taking the route towards Toubkal. Picnic on arrival or on route.
Duration: Four to five hours
Option 1: Aguersioual: Trek up to the Tizi n’Tamatert mountain pass (2400m) and descend into the Imane valley. Pass through the villages of Tinerhourhine and Aguersioual.
Option 2: Azzaden: Trek up to the Tizi Mzik mountain pass (2489m) to the Tamsolt waterfalls.
Option 3: Tasghimout Plateau: Trek uphill to Tizi Mzik to get a nice view above the valley, then continue to the plateau at 2650m.
Duration: Five to seven hours