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7-Day Toubkal Climb: Conquer the Summit of the Atlas Mountains

Toubkal, Marrakesh, Morocco


7 days 6 nights

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Daily Tour

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Welcome to our 7-Day Toubkal Climb tour, where you’ll trek through the spectacular Atlas Mountains and conquer the highest peak in North Africa – Jebel Toubkal (4,167m). This program offers a challenging and unique adventure for thrill-seekers, taking you through the valley of Imlil and past Berber villages.

Immerse yourself in the traditional way of life of the Berber people, where you’ll stay in village houses and learn about their culture. This tour is perfect for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and witness the untouched landscapes of the High Atlas Mountains.

Our tour includes a visit to Marrakech, where you can explore the maze of souks and experience the vibrant culture of the city. Join us for an unforgettable 7-day trek to the summit of Toubkal and discover the beauty and culture of the Atlas Mountains.

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  • Ascend North Africa's highest peak - Jebel Toubkal
  • Hike through stunning Atlas Mountain landscapes
  • Discover traditional Berber villages
  • Explore captivating Marrakech
  • 7-day adventure of a lifetime


Day 1: Marrakech - Dive into the Heart of Morocco
Day 1: Marrakech - Dive into the Heart of Morocco

Join us on the Toubkal Climb 2023 tour and dive into the heart of Morocco. We'll begin our journey in the Red City of Marrakech, a cultural melting pot of Berbers and desert peoples. Explore the stunning architecture, colorful souks, and vibrant energy of the city before joining our expert Leader for a welcome meeting and dinner at a local restaurant. Over the next 6 days, we'll trek through the High Atlas Mountains, visiting remote Berber villages and learning about the friendly locals' traditions and culture. Our climb will culminate in ascending the highest peak in North Africa, Jebel Toubkal, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlas Mountains. Along with the trek, we'll also explore Marrakech's iconic landmarks and immerse ourselves in the captivating Red City's culture. Join us for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of Morocco.

Day 2: Matate and Azaden Valleys Trek
Day 2: Matate and Azaden Valleys Trek

We leave Marrakech behind and drive south towards the Imlil Valley and the Toubkal Massif. Starting at Aquersioul (1,600 m), we begin our climb, hiking up to Tizi n'Oudite (2,200 m) for a picnic lunch. Descending through a juniper forest into the Azaden Valley, we then continue towards Id Aissa, enjoying the views of Tizi Zougaghen and Tizaine's colorful mountain villages as we make our way towards Tizi Oussem (1,850 m), where we stay in a traditional Berber-style mud-brick building built into a hillside. Today's moderate eight-and-a-half-kilometer walk is expected to take around six hours, with a total ascent of 750 meters and a descent of 500 meters.

Day 3: Trek to Aremd via Tizi n'Mzik Pass
Day 3: Trek to Aremd via Tizi n'Mzik Pass

Embark on a steady ascent after breakfast towards Tizi Mzik (2,489m), where we'll witness panoramic views of the mountainous terrain. We'll then descend towards Aremd village (1,950m), the largest in the valley and a cultural hub for Berber traditions. Take a walk around the terraced farming and traditional gites, and stay in a cozy Berber village house with shared facilities, hot showers, and a communal area for eating. Today's seven-kilometre trek is moderate, with an estimated five-hour duration, 429 metres ascent, and 539 metres descent.

Day 4 - Trek to Neltner Refuge via Sidi Chamharouch
Day 4 - Trek to Neltner Refuge via Sidi Chamharouch

On Day 4, we trek from Aremd to Neltner Refuge via Sidi Chamharouch. We'll cross the valley's flood plain and follow the mule tracks up into the rocky cliffs above. After crossing the river, we'll reach the pastoral shrine of Sidi Chamharouch, nestled beside a small waterfall and village houses. From here, we'll continue to climb towards the snow-line and the Neltner Refuge (3,207 m) at the base of Toubkal. The refuge offers basic dorm rooms with bunk beds, shared toilets and showers, a dining room, and a lounge area with a wood-burning stove for socializing. Today's moderate 9.5 km walk is expected to take around five hours, with a total ascent of 1,257 metres.

Day 5 - Summiting Jebel Toubkal at 4,167m
Day 5 - Summiting Jebel Toubkal at 4,167m

We will wake up early to begin our climb to the summit of Jebel Toubkal (4,167m). Our route will take us up the steep south cirque, across scree and rock until we reach Tizi n'Toukbal (3,975m), where we will crest the ridge before continuing on a short walk to the summit. The views from the top on a clear day are breathtaking, encompassing the Marrakech Plain, the High Atlas Mountains, and stretching as far south as the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara. After enjoying the view from the top, we will head back down to the refuge for a second night. The challenging four-and-a-half-kilometre walk is expected to take around six hours with a total ascent and descent of 960 metres.

Day 6 - Descent from Imlil and Exploration of Marrakech
Day 6 - Descent from Imlil and Exploration of Marrakech

On Day 6, the group retraces their steps down the mountain and heads back towards Imlil. From there, they drive back to Marrakech and have some free time to explore the city's souks and Djemma el Fna Square. The square is a lively place with a variety of street performers, music, and vendors selling all kinds of goods. It's a great place to shop for souvenirs or simply relax at a café and take in the sights and sounds. The walk on this day covers a distance of 11 kilometers and is expected to take around five hours with a descent of 970 meters.

End of Trip in Marrakech
End of Trip in Marrakech

On Day 7, the trip will conclude with breakfast at the hotel in Marrakech. There are no scheduled activities for the day, allowing you to depart from Marrakech at your convenience. If your flight is later in the day, the hotel offers luggage storage facilities. Complimentary airport transfers are available for those departing from Marrakesh Menara Airport (RAK). If your flight schedule allows, you may have some extra time to explore the souks of Marrakech or purchase last-minute souvenirs before departing.


  • Meals: Breakfasts: 6, Lunches: 5, Dinners: 4 Vegetarian options too
  • Accommodation
  • Private Transport
  • Local Guide
  • Airport Transfers
  • International flights
  • Soft drinks
  • Tips
  • Equipments

Tour's Location

Toubkal, Marrakesh, Morocco


What Equipment do I need for Trek tour?
For a successful Toubkal Trek, It is important to bring appropriate equipment for the trek. This includes items such as a backpack, sturdy hiking boots, warm clothing, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a water bottle. If you don't have these items, don't worry! We offer rental equipment for a cheap price so you can fully enjoy your trek without having to worry about the necessary equipment
Do I need to bring my own equipment for the trek?
No, you don't need to bring your own equipment. We can rent you all the equipment you need for a cheap price. All you need to bring is comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for hiking.
How can I make a booking for your tour ?
You can make a booking by entering your information in the FORM such as (Name, Email..) and then click "SEND" we will contact you SOON or by contacting us directly on WhatsApp.

Our friendly team will be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have. Book your customizable Atlas Mountains and Toubkal trekking and hiking tour today and experience Morocco like never before!

Is your tour suitable for all fitness levels?
Yes, our tour options cater to a range of fitness levels, from challenging hikes to the summit of Toubkal to leisurely treks through the stunning valleys. Our experienced guides will work with you to create a tour itinerary that is suitable for your fitness level.


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