Winter Toubkal trek - 6 days
PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR GROUP DEPARTURE DATES
Best months to trek: November - April
Price per person: please enquire
The Winter Toubkal trek, Morocco is a trek accommodated in basic dormitories and starts in Im Ighoulad. The trek follows the passes on the western side of Toubkal taking you away from the more popular routes. You will trek for 4 days through many interesting villages and different trekking terrains. This trek is strenuous and you will move from gite to gite each day but you will be rewarded with many fine view points of the Atlas mountains. Your trek will finish in Imil after reaching the summit of Jebel Toubkal 4167m. We return to Marrakech where you can visit the De Jemma el Fna and explore the medina and its many souqs and palaces.
Day 1: Arrive in Marrakech - hotel
Day 2: Drive to Im Ighoulad 1357m (1 hour). Trek to Azib n Tamsoult 2600m (5 hours trekking) - gite, breakfast, lunch & dinner included
Day 3: Trek Tizi n Ougulezim 3400m - Refuge Nelter 3200m (6 hours trekking) - gite, breakfast, lunch & dinner included
Day 4: Trek Toubkal Summit 4167m (6 hours trekking) - gite, breakfast, lunch & dinner included
Day 5: Trek Imil1740m (4 hours trekking) - return to Marrakech (1.5 hours) - hotel, breakfast included
Day 6: Depart Marrakech, breakfast included
Price includes: meals as above, cook, transfers to and from airport, transfers to and from trek, 3 nights basic dormitory accommodation in a gite, 2 nights accommodation in 3* hotel in Marrakech, english speaking local guide, mules and muleteers, boiled drinking water on trek.
Not included: tips for guides, meals in Marrakech, sightseeing entrance fees, bottled water, soft drinks or alcoholic beverages, international flights, travel insurance.
Crampon and ice axe hire available at £20 per person
Extra night of accommodation in Marrakech £30 per person.
For groups of all sizes, please contact us for a quote.
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