Explore Morocco mountains on foot or by bike during your stay.
Morocco has 4 mountain ranges: the High Atlas, the Middle Atlas, the Anti Atlas and the Rif.
1- High Atlas range
This mountain range is the highest massif in North Africa, it stretches over more than 700km, and rises to 4,167m above sea level with Mount Toubkal. This is the massif that attracts the most visitors, already because it is very close to Marrakech, and secondly because there are many sporting activities that can be done there.
Among the wonders to discover in the High Atlas massif, there are already Mount Toubkal (4,167m) and Mount MGoun (4,071m). There are also the valleys of imlil and ourika , with their typical Berber villages and terraced fields.
2- The Middle Atlas range
The Middle Atlas is located north of the High Atlas and south of the Rif, and stretches for around 350km. This is therefore the massif to visit if you are staying in the cities of Fez, Meknes or Beni Mellal.
It is a massif made up of limestone rocks and volcanic plateaus, which hides small gems.
Among the hidden treasures of the Middle Atlas is the Ifrane National Park, a park whose landscapes are the most representative of Morocco. You can go hiking or fishing while you are there.
3- The Rif
The Rif massif stretches for nearly 500 km from Tangier to Moulouya, in northern Morocco. Encircled by the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Middle Atlas to the south, the Rif is mainly made up of mountains and plains.
Chefchaouen or the “blue city” is a must in the region. A true Instagram star for the past few years, this traditional little town is a haven of peace. Stroll the alleys of its typical and quiet medina, discover its unique crafts and culture, rest in one of its small hotels or guesthouses.
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