Weekly Toubkal Trek (International group)

8 days
T2 trails / no difficulty markings
Distance: 10 - 15 km per day
500 - 1000 ascent per day

> Join our international group (guaranteed departure each sunday, arrival on saturday)
> Our Guides speak English and French
> Climb the summit of Mount Toubkal (4167 m)

Join our weekly departure to Mount Toubkal. Every sunday (arrival in Marrakech on saturday) we leave with an international group (max. 12 people) to climb the highest mountain of North Africa: Jbel Toubkal. This 8 day programme will let you discover true Morocco by walking through authentic villages, sleeping in Berber Guesthouses and the guidance of true locals. The duration of this trek will give you enough time for a proper acclimatization to the altitude and includes all what you wish for. Accommodation in Marrakech, Airport pick-up, food, guides, porters, your stay in local Guesthouses and good company. What are you waiting for? Let’s climb Mount Toubkal!



Arrival in Marrakech

The moment you pass the security gates of the Marrakech International Airport your guide will be awaiting you for a warm welcome in Morocco. You will be transferred to your Riad in the city centre of Marrakech. Staying in a Riad is the way to go when visiting Morocco. A riad is a large, often rectangular two-store traditional house built around a small courtyard. The courtyard serves as a garden lounge in which meals are served. This also explains the origin of the word Riad, an Arabic term for garden. Riads were the homes of the richest citizens such as traders and courtiers. During the day you will have some time for yourself to explore the little streets of Marrakech. One secret tip: exploring Marrakech by bike with Bajabikes will give cycling a complete new meaning. You will meet the rest of your group during your welcome dinner at night. Sleep well, because it will be your first hiking day tomorrow. Accommodation: Shared room in a Riad in the old city centre of Marrakech Duration of hiking: None, only strawling around the Medina



Hike from ski-resort Oukaïmeden (2.600m) to Imi Oughlad (1400m)

Ski-resort? Yes, you can find a ski-resort in Morocco. And what a place to start your hike. Arriving in Oukaïmeden during the summertime will give you the feeling that you are in the Alps. Here the porters and mules are already waiting for you to transport your luggage. Today will be mainly descending as you will pass several Berber Villages and get the feeling of the rural Berber life. On the banks of the river in Imsker you will have your first lunch served by the local cooks. Exquisite! After circa 6 hours of hiking you will arrive at the Gite (local Berber Guesthouse) in Imi Oughlad.

Imi Oughlad


Hike from Imi Oughlad (1400m) to Tizi Oussem (1740m)

On the second day you will gain altitude for the first time. The day starts with a nice climb to the pass of Tizi-n-Tacht on 2.000 meters. After the pass there is a small descent followed by a long but easy walk up to the remote village of Tizi Oussem (1850m.).

Tizi Oussem

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  • Transfers

    All necessary transfers (bus, taxi, private transport, etc.) as described in the itinerary are included.

  • Accommodation in refuges

    During your trek, you stay in refuges. These are simple in nature but fully equipped. Do not expect too much luxury.

  • Meals

    This trek includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  • Professional guide

    During your trek, you will at all times be accompanied by an English speaking guide.

  • Accommodation before and after the tour

    Accommodation before and after the trek is included. Breakfast is part of your stay.

  • Muleteer

    A muleteer will be there to assist with transporting all the necessary equipment, luggage, food, etc.


  • Traveling to and from

    This trip does not include costs for transportation (flights, bus travel, etc.) to your destination.

  • Crampons and Ice Axe

    In case you are summitting in winter, crampons and an ice axe a reccommended. These are not provided by your trekking company.

  • Sleeping bag

    You must bring your own sleeping bag with you. You can rent a sleeping bag from your trekking company.

  • Tipping

    Gratuities for the guide are not covered by the trek's price. The amount to tip is at your discretion, yet if you've received excellent service from your guide, considering a generous tip is appreciated.

  • Travel Insurance

    Your international travel insurance is your own responsibility. It is important that your travel insurance also covers adventures at a high altitude. Discuss your itinerary with the insurance company before your trek.

  • Personal expenses

    Personal expenses such as souvenirs, drinks at the bar and other similar expenses are your own responsibility.


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