Trekking and Walking Holidays in Morocco
Morocco is a great destination with wonderful trails, wild mountains, fascinating people and a dozen summits over 4000 metres high - they're not called the High Atlas for nothing! Lower elevation treks are available too. English speaking guide(s) cook your meals, and mules carry all the essentials so you can enjoy traveling light and spend your day exploring ancient villages, pastoral valleys and hidden passes that lead to panoramic ridges. Far above dramatic stark crags and rocky trails contrast with terraced village gardens and ruined kasbahs. You can wander at will and perhaps bag a few peaks.
Whenever you want to travel and whatever your level of fitness, we can organize your trip to suit you. Whether you want to climb mountains, walk through deep shaded valleys, or ride camels across the desert. We will enable you to experience your desired holiday.
We offer and arrange day trips and longer proper hikes into the mountains, with your transfers from town laid on. We are able to suggest itineraries to meet the requirements of visitors based on the number of days available, please choose an itinerary from the list and we make it happen. If you are a party of 1, 2, 3 or more, family, School group (students) or Club we can, if you wish, advertise places on your tour to reduce the rate per person.
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The Atlas Mountains - Morocco
The Atlas Mountains are a mountain range across a northern stretch of Africa extending about 2,500km (1,500 miles) through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. The Atlas ranges separate the Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines from the Sahara Desert. The mountains are divided into additional and separate ranges, including the High Atlas, Middle Atlas and Anti-Atlas.
- Eastern high atlas which is the Imlchil region.
- The Anti-Atlas extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the southwest of Morocco toward the northeast to the heights of Ouarzazate and further east to the city of Tafilalt (altogether a distance of approximately 500kilometres/310 miles). In the south it borders the Sahara. The easternmost point of the anti-Atlas is the Djebel Sarhro mountains and its eastern boundary is set by sections of the High Atlas range. Jbel Siroua is set as a bridge between the High atlas and the Anti-Atlas.