2-Day Toubkal Climb from Marrakech

2-Day Toubkal Climb from Marrakech

From $266.49 per person

During this 2-day hiking and climbing program in the Moroccan High Atlas, you will make the ascent of Jebel Toukal, the highest point of the Maghreb and North Africa. Enjoy Berber hospitality at the Toubkal refuge, and a gentle climb to the summit.

About this activity

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Duration 2 days
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English, French
Pickup included
Your hotel in Marrakech
Small group
Limited to 10 participants

Experience

Highlights
  • Discover the beauty of the Atlas Mountains
  • Visit Berber villages and enjoy local hospitality
  • Climb the highest peak in Morocco and North Africa
Full description
Spend 2 memorable days in the spectacular Atlas Mountains on this trekking excursion from Marrakech. Take in stunning views, enjoy Berber hospitality, and ascend to the summit of Toubkal. Day 1: Marrakech – Imlil – Nelter Refuge You’ll be picked up at your hotel after breakfast and head off on the 90-minute drive to Imlil village. This is where you’ll meet the rest of the small team before embarking on a 5-6 hour trek to the small shelter under the top of Toubkal. In some places, the paths are quite steep and narrow, as you continue to rise through the secluded mountains. The route takes you through several passes before you arrive at the shelter where you can enjoy Berber hospitality and spend the night. The first day's trek will involve walking for 5-6 hours and a climb of 1,500 meters (4,921 feet). Day 2: Toubkal Refuge – Toubkal Summit – Imlil – Marrakech On the second day, you’ll make the ascent to the highest point of the Maghreb. Note that this climb does not present any major difficulties. The last peak of Toubkal is wide and the climb is not as steep on the approach to the summit. Marvel at the cliffs that overlook the other side of Lake d'Ifni. After reaching the highest point in North Africa, you will descend to Imlil, where you’ll be picked up for the return trip to Marrakech. The duration of the second day’s trek is approximately 8 hours. You will make an ascent of 1,000 additional meters (3,280 feet). In total, the descent will be approximately 2,468 meters (8,097 feet).
Includes
  • Private round-trip transportation from Marrakech
  • Guide
  • Mule for luggage
  • Cook and cooking equipment
  • Food
  • Accommodation at the Neltner hut
  • Soft drinks and mineral water
  • Tips
  • Sleeping bag
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
  • People with mobility impairments

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fantastic

Fantastic trip. Beautiful, exciting, skilled guide, well arranged. However, correct your description of severity. We are both above average in fitness and physical fitness and found the ride challenging and tough. From basecamp to top, the route is difficult. Stone, rocks and pebbles, which makes the downfall particularly difficult. You describe the top trip as the easiest. That is not correct. So - can only recommend the trip, but it requires one to be in good shape

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May 22, 2019

Dear Sir or Madam, you do not include crampons and water in the package. All other participants, who had not booked through GetyourGuide, had crampons and water in the package - very sad, because the others had not even paid half of the amount like me ... A certain Mustafa (owner of Toubkal Trekking Voyages) finally did not want to pay the transfer from Marrakech to my hotel on the grounds that my hotel was further away from Imlil than usual. The transfer from my hotel to Imlil was smooth (I was picked up by a taxi alone). I assume that he wanted to save a few dirhams with me because the three of us took a taxi from Imlil to Marrakech (the other two people got out) and he transferred me there to another taxi. It was only through my very brusque behavior that I could get Mustafa to pay the necessary transfer from Marrakech to my hotel ...

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April 8, 2018

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