You will travel through some of the most incredible landscapes the region has to offer. You’ll trek through forests, valleys, passes, with lunch during the day. You’ll interact with the Berbers, spend your nights in the “Gite” and you will enjoy the company of the local Amazighs.

DAY BY DAY ITINERARY
  • Day 1: Marrakech - Imi Oughlad – Id Aissa (1hr transfer & 5h walk)

    After your breakfast you will leave Marrakech towards the high Atlas covered by snow in winter. At Imi Oughlad (1350m) you will meet your team, your cook and your muleteers. Then the trek takes you past a vast forest of juniper and oak trees, with a stunning view of Azzaden Valley and its tipical Berber villages. Dinner & overnight will be in a local gite.

  • Day 2: Id Aissa - Tizi Oussem – Tamsoult – Tizi Oussem (6h walk)

    You will continue your discovery of this beautiful valley with its colourful villages and hills, the Azzaden River circled by apple orchards, an amazing view of the Tazaghart pick and a huge section of the High Atlas Mountain chain. After discovering the Tamsoult water fall at 2400m, you will come back to your gite at Tizi Oussem village. Dinner & overnight will be there.

  • Day 3: Tizi Oussem - Mzik - Imlil (5h walk)

    Today your walk will bring you over the Mzik pass, with a beautiful view over Imlil valley, the gateway to Toubkal Peak, right in the heart of the mountains. Imlil is part of a collection of small villages nestling on hillsides at a crossroad of valleys. To the East the road continued over two passes to the ski resort of Oukaimeden. To the north is Asni, and the southern valley steepened beyond the snow to Morocco’s highest peaks.

    2 options are possible : either another night on site or a return to Marrakech in the afternoon.

MAP OF ITINERARY

Please note that all timings and mileage are given for a return trip, based on Google Maps data and itinerary availabilities. Trek itineraries are also not displayed as exactly as planned by us, because Google Map does not provide this type of information yet; you should then refer to the “day by day” program for accurate details.