Fri, 04 Apr|
Toubkal Morocco April 2025
Mount Toubkal (4167m) in the High Atlas Mountains, is not only Morocco's highest peak, but the highest summit in North Africa and this incredible range provides some of the most spectacular winter treking on earth! With its traditional villages, friendly Berber, awesome trails and jaw dropping view
Time & Location
04 Apr 2025, 09:00 – 09 Apr 2025, 09:00
Toubkal, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco
About the event
Exciting news everybody!
We are pleased to announce we can now provide trips to Toubkal Morocco.
Mount Toubkal (4167m) in the High Atlas Mountains, is not only Morocco's highest peak, but the highest summit in North Africa and this incredible range provides
some of the most spectacular winter trekking on earth! With its traditional villages, friendly Berber, awesome trails and jaw dropping mountains, this dramatic and beautiful area takes on a magical appearance in the summer. A mere two hours’ drive from vibrant Marrakech, the high valleys of the Berbers are at their most beautiful during this season.
Day 1, arrive in Marrakech transfer to the hotel in Imli - relax and settle in and Dinner.
Day 2, Breakfast,prep your bags and ensuring you have all your equipment needed for either winter or spring requirements. Lunch, then we will take a nice hike to to aclimatise and stretch our legs taking in a local Peak of over 2300 meters. Returning to the hotel we will freshen up, you can then go out into Marakesh or chill in the hotel pool before dinner.
Day 3, Breakfast, then we will take our first hike to base camp which is six to eight hours hike where you'll stay in a refuge again on this day breakfast lunch and dinner is provided and this will help a climatize and prepare your legs for the bit climb
Day 4 is summit day we will be early and have breakfast around 3 a.m. and set off to summit to Toubkal. This can take anywhere between 9 and 10 hours depending on pace and abilities and obviously weather. Once we Summit, we will return back to base camp where lunch will be provided and then transfer back to the hotel in Imli. We will all then freshen up and go out for dinner to celebrate our success.
Day 5 is breakfast and transfer to the airport and fly home
WHAT WE PROVIDE
✓ An in-country support team including Guides, Porters and Mules
✓ Transport in Morocco
✓ Food and accommodation
✓ Transfer to and from the Airport
✓ Pre Exped-support
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED
✓ Personal clothing and equipment
✓ Food and drink outside of the itinerary
✓ Travel costs to and from Morocco
✓ Tips for the Guide and porters.
Our cooks pride themselves on their cooking and ensure all food on the trek is freshly prepared using local ingredients and there is plenty for everyone. A typical menu on this trip would be:
Breakfast: Porridge or cereal, fresh bread with cheese, jam, margarine, fried eggs, omelets, tea, coffee, hot chocolate and
Lunch: A light lunch consisting of fresh salad, tinned fish or meat, bread, cheese, followed by fresh local fruit.
Dinner: A hot meal is served every night consisting of soup, traditional Moroccan cuisine of Tajine or couscous with meat
and vegetables or the occasional pasta meal, followed by fresh fruit and drinks.
Tipping is an accepted part of life in Morocco. We generally tip our local staff as whole group and would recommend £50 per person.
VISAS AND PERMITS
Visas for entry into Morocco are not required by nationals of the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and most EU countries.
The currency in Morocco is the dirham (MDH) but you cannot get dirham outside of Morocco - therefore take UK sterling,
Euro or US$ and exchange on arrival at Marakesh Ariport.
GROUP AND LEADERS
A fully qualified UK leader will accompany all groups of four or more passengers.
He/she will be assisted by an experienced Moroccan leader.
The weather should be pleasant during the day with cooler evenings and nights. Morocco is very hot from spring to autumn, the hottest months being June to August. The higher you are the cooler it will be. Walkers should realize however that weather in the high mountains is
unpredictable and should be prepared for this. It will be cold on the early starts and in the evenings at altitude in early and late season.
LANGUAGE AND TIME
Language: Arabic and Berber are the official languages, but most people
also speak French. English is spoken by our Marrakech representatives and most of our Moroccan guides, but it will be very basic.
Time: GMT/BST. Morocco has summer time as in UK, but the changeover is on different dates to us.
- Ticket type
low deposit for 2025
- Ticket type
Pay the remaining
Pay the remaining from the low depositPrice£500.00