Toubkal Trek

Toubkal trek - 4 Days

The Toubkal Trek consists of 4 days trekking in the Atlas Mountains, combining beautiful panoramas with the time to explore Berber villages and culture.


Toubkal Ascent 2 Days

begin out on a exciting journey to overcome the summit of Mount Toubkal, the crown jewel of North Africa. Towering proudly at an fantastic altitude of 4,167 meters (13,671 feet) above sea level, this majestic height affords an exhilarating mission for avid climbers and out of doors enthusiasts. Ascending to the summit of Mount Toubkal rewards adventurers with awe-inspiring panoramic views of the breathtaking High Atlas Mountains that encompass it.


Toubkal Trek 6 Days Of Hiking

We provide you an unforgettable Toubkal Morocco hike, an day trip into the majestic Atlas Mountains close to the lovely metropolis of Marrakech. With Toubkal as your goal, placed simply a few kilometers away, you will set out on a magnificent trip thru valleys and Berber villages.

Trekking: Upper valleys of Toubkal

Toubkal Trek 7 Days Of Hiking

The Toubkal Berber Villages Located 75 km south of the vibrant city of Marrakech, the Toubkal massif boasts an alpine landscape, with its highest peak in North Africa reaching 4,167 meters. This region showcases terraced fields cultivated at impressive altitudes, steep valleys, and stone villages, which stand as a testament to the resilience of the locals in the face of a challenging climate. This six-day trek in the Toubkal area offers the opportunity to explore the Berber villages along the ascent, with no technical difficulties involved. Mount Toubkal serves as the pinnacle of North Africa’s highest points.


Experience an exciting adventure designed specifically for intermediate hikers who are seeking a challenging yet rewarding experience in the breathtaking landscapes of Morocco. Our Toubkal Summit Adventure allows you to explore the stunning beauty of the Atlas Mountains at a comfortable pace.

Starting from Imlil, we take you through picturesque routes to the Tamsoulte sheep pen and then ascend to the Tizikerte Pass, which stands at an impressive 3500 meters, on the second day. Throughout the journey, we focus on gradual acclimatization to ensure your safety and enjoyment. The highlight of this adventure awaits on day three when we reach the summit of Toubkal, offering awe-inspiring views of the surrounding scenery. After a satisfying descent to Nel Turner’s cabin, we return to Imlil with a sense of accomplishment and newfound confidence in our hiking abilities. This journey is perfect for intermediate hikers who are eager to witness the wonders of Morocco’s diverse landscapes.

  • Set out on an exciting journey through the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco and get lost in the picturesque landscape.
  • Explore the picturesque village of Imlil, the gateway to the majestic mountains and an excellent center for climbers.
  • Climb the Tizikert Pass to experience the thrill of reaching higher altitudes and enjoy breathtaking panoramas.
  • Enjoy a sense of accomplishment and impressive views as you conquer the 4,167-meter-tall Toubkal peak.
  • Immerse yourself in the nearby Berber culture, experience hospitality, and witness their rich traditions firsthand.
  • Discover the serene splendor of Nell Turner Base Camp, a peaceful sanctuary in a rugged mountain landscape.
  • Trekking through numerous landscapes, from green valleys to rugged peaks, offers a different and unforgettable journey.
  • Reflect on the majesty and serenity of the High Atlas Mountains and cherish the memories you made along the way back to Imlil.
  • Gain a deep appreciation of the pristine and untouched herbal splendor of the High Atlas region that will leave a lasting impression on your mind and soul.

This meticulously crafted travel plan presents a delightful blend of thrilling escapades, immersive cultural experiences, and awe-inspiring natural beauty, enabling you to forge unforgettable memories amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains.


Day 1: Marrakech - Imlil and Tamsoult

The day starts off wonderfully as we pick you up and head out on a relaxing 1.5-hour journey to Imlil. Once we reach our destination, our team of skilled mule drivers, knowledgeable guides, and talented chefs will be eagerly awaiting our arrival, ready to provide us with everything we need and a delectable meal to enjoy. Our first stop on this day trip will be the picturesque Imlil Valley, where our thrilling adventure commences.

Dinner, then overnight in a refuge.

  • Ascent: 850 m
  • Negative drop: 150 m
  • Duration: 4h30 walk
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Toubkal Trek

Day 2: Tamsoult - Tizikirt Pass Nelter

After a yummy breakfast, we started our journey early to find the amazing Aholid Waterfall. Along the way, we will see the beautiful views of the Atlas Mountains and the wide plains of El Hauz and Sousse as we head towards the incredible Tezikert Pass, which is at a height of 3500 meters. We spent the day getting to the foot of Mount Toubkal, where we pitched our tents and had a peaceful night’s sleep. Now it’s time for a tasty dinner. This part of the hike gives us chances to see stunning natural sights and attractions during the day and then relax under the stars at night.

Dinner, then overnight in a tent.

  • Ascent: 1150 m
  • Negative drop: 350 m
  • Duration: 6h30 walk

Day 3: Neltner - Toubkal Summit (4167 m) - Neltner

We began our last ascent in the morning, right after we had our breakfast. Even though it wasn’t too difficult, the high altitude made it tough for our bodies. Once we reached the top of the hill, we were treated to an absolutely stunning sight of the mountains nearby, the plains of Marrakech, and the Anti-Atlantic desert. After having a lovely picnic, we’ll head back to the campsite by going down the Aqqa n’Tyara track, just like we did the day before.

Dinner, then overnight in a tent.

  • Ascent: 1050 m
  • Negative elevation: 1050 m
  • Duration: 6h30 walk
toubkal ascent 2 days

Day 4 : Neltner – Imlil – Marrakech

Start your day with a delicious breakfast before heading down to the valley to admire the beauty of the famous village of Sidi Chamharouche. Enjoy a nice lunch near Imlil, where your exciting Toubkal hike ends. A comfortable 1.5-hour transfer will take you back to Marrakech, where we say goodbye and take you back to your accommodation. Cherish the memories of your adventures in the High Atlas Mountains; they will stay with you forever in your heart.
  • Negative elevation: 1150 m
  • Duration: 4 hours of walking


Price includes:
  • transfer from Marrakech to Imlil  (A/C modern vehicle)
  • local licensed English- / French-speaking mountain guide
  • Mules for luggage and meal transportation
  • Accomodation                      
  • Meals and mineral water (full board)
Price excludes:
  • Hiking equipment
  • Personal expenses
  • travel insurance
  • Tip

With its fascinating history, Toubkal takes us through time and space, revealing fascinating stories of historic civilizations and the extraordinary heritage of the Berber people. Nestled in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains, this stunning mountain has a deep sense of time and has seen countless adventures and explorations over the centuries. Toubkal’s records are closely related to the extant structures of Berber culture. For generations, the Berber community has found comfort and peace of mind in the presence of this sacred mountain. Toubkal is a symbol of reverence, a symbol of religious connection and a testament to the deep-rooted connection between the Berber people and their harsh mountain homeland.

As the world progresses and explorers seek new challenges, Toubkal’s appeal grows day by day. It began to attract adventurers and mountaineers from all over the world, all attracted by its majestic splendor and the thrill of conquering the summit. Over the years, brave souls have embarked on expeditions and treks that have left their footprints on the slopes of Mount Toubkal, leaving a legacy of discovery and human achievement.

Today, Toubkal is a beacon of ideas and a testament to the indomitable spirit of humanity. It continues to captivate and fascinate those who explore its heights, offering not only breathtaking views but also a deep connection to the past and the land itself. The mountain is a reminder of our innate desire to explore and our deep connection to nature and humanity. The rich stories that have shaped our collective history…Learn More