Anti-Atlas Mountains trek
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 500 kilometres or 300 miles). In the south it borders the Sahara. The easternmost point of the anti-Atlas is the Jbel Saghro range and its northern boundary is flanked by sections of the High Atlas range.
High Atlas Mountains trek
The High Atlas: A captivating mountain range that spans from the Atlantic coast to the Moroccan-Algerian border. Its majestic peaks, such as the towering Toubkal (4,167m) and the impressive Ighil m’Goun (4,071m), adorn the landscape. Cascading dramatically towards the Atlantic and southwest, it seamlessly merges with the coastal and Anti-Atlas ranges. To the north, a gradual descent leads to the vibrant city of Marrakesh.
Middel Atlas Mountains
The Middle Atlas stands as the northernmost range among the country’s majestic Atlas Mountains. It gracefully stretches between the High Atlas in the south, adorned by the Moulouya and Oum Er-Rbia rivers, and the captivating Rif mountains in the north, separated by the Sebou River. To the west, the Middle Atlas reveals sweeping coastal plains, home to bustling cities, while to the east, a high, rugged plateau unfolds, bridging the gap between the Saharan and Tell Atlas..