Toubkal Trekking is a local Adventure Travel company based in Marrakech.

The company was founded by a group of Mountain guides from Toubkal area led by Mustapha Bouinbaden who is actually the driving force behind the Toubkal Trekking company.



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2 days Toubkal Trek in Morocco

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Price 195€ 2 Days
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2 days Toubkal Trek in Morocco

195€ per person

Join our 2 days toubkal trek from Marrakech in Morocco. It is one of the best seller trek in Morocco. You will explore the high atlas mountains on this two days climb to Mt Toubkal.

Hike to Mount Toubkal (4167m), which is the highest summit in Morocco & in North Africa. The climb to the top is challenging, but it requires no mountaineering experience and the breathtaking views from the peak makes your effort worthwhile.

  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
  • Included
    A local guide
    accommodation
    Food
    Mule for luggage
    Transportation
  • Not Included
    Airport transfers
    camel riding
    Entrance fees to monuments
    Mineral water
    Sleeping bags
    Soft drinks
    Tips
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Day 1: : Marrakech – Imlil 1740m – Toubkal Refuge 3207m.
You will be picked up from your accommodation in Marrakech, and drive towards Imlil valley from where you will start the trek. Once you are met by the local team, you will set off trekking in the valley of Aït Mizane, towards the village of Aremd then the sanctuary of Sidi Chamarouch and the nearby waterfall. Continue on steep paths to the Toubkal refuge, where you will spend the night at a refuge. (4-5 hours of walking)
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Day 2: Refuge 3207m – Toubkal summit 4167m – refuge 3207m – Imlil 1740m – Marrakech.
Start the day early to reach the summit of Jbel Toubkal, the highest point in North Africa. Cross streams and make your way through the rocks. Join the plateau and take a break to enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding area including the plain of Marrakesh and the High Atlas in the north, and the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara to the south Once you reach the summit, gently start the way back to the bottom of the mountain and to Imlil, then to Marrakech. Around 10 to 12h walk + 1h30 drive.