Toubkal-Trek-2-Days, 2-day-guide-to-mt-toubkal-ascent, Atlas mountain 2 day trek from Marrakech, Auberge Aremd

Mount Toubkal Climb - 2 days

Not far from Marrakech, at 4,167m, Mount Toubkal (4167m) is the highest mountain in North Africa. The hike to the summit is challenging, but it requires no mountaineering experience and the panoramic view from it summit makes the hard work worthwhile.

Day 1: After a transfer to the little village of Imlil we begin our trek. Heading along the Mizane Valley, we first pass the village of Aremd and then onto the shrine of Sidi Chamarouch. We then continue east by crossing the flood plains our route takes us along mule tracks and up into the high rocky cliffs above the valley. Crossing the river we eventually come to the pastoral shrine of Sidi Chamarouch, which attracts tourists and pilgrims. From here the trail continues to climb steadily, snaking its way up to the snowline and the Toukbal Refuge (3206m), our stop for the night.
Approx. 4 to 5hrs walking.

Day 2: Early in the morning we make our attempt on the summit of Jebel Toukbal. Our route takes us up the south cirque, crossing the stream above the refuge. The walking is relatively straightforward, but the screen and the altitude will make the going quite difficult in parts. The views along the way make the journey more than worthwhile. From here there are unrestricted views in every direction, from the Marrakesh Plain to the High Atlas in the north and as far south as the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara. We will retrace our steps when we return down the mountain and head back towards Imlil.

Services Include :

- Transport from and back to Marrakech
- Mountain Guide
- Accommodation
- All meals
- Mules for carrying luggage and equipment
- Muleteers
- Private Cook

Services doesn't Include :

- Flights
- Beverages
- Tickets
- Tips and personal expenses 
- Walking equipment (available to hire upon request )

  • Good walking boots and socks     
  •  Comfortable shoes/slippers for camp/guesthouse    
  •  Trekking pants   
  •  Lightweight waterproof / rain pants   
  • Underwear   
  •  T-shirts     
  •  Fleece jacket or warm jumper 
  •  Lightweight windproof/waterproof jacket 
  •  Hat 
  •  Goggles (winter) and sunglasses (summer) 
  •  Lightweight thermal or fleece gloves
  • Ice axe and crampons (winter)
  • Basic First Aid Kit - refer to trip dossier for details 
  • Headtorch / headlamp
  • Day sack/backpack
  • Walking stick
  • 3 to 4 season sleeping bag
  • Water bottle or camel back ​​

Note:  From November till April this trek requires crampons and ice-axes.  
Trek grade: Hard

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