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Activities

  • New trip
  • Guided Group
  • Food

    • All breakfasts, 11 lunches and 11 dinners included. Moroccan food is, generally speaking, excellent though not particularly varied. Breakfasts usually consist of bread and jam with coffee or tea. When eating out, meals are reasonably priced - kebab and bread cost only about GBP4 (approx. . USD6.50). In main towns it is possible to find very good French and Moroccan restaurants where a meal and French wine will cost anything from GBP20 (approx. . USD30) upwards. Generally dinner is likely to cost between GBP5-10 (approx. . USD8-15) depending on what you drink. GBP15 (approx. . USD25) a day for food should be sufficient. Local beers, wines and soft drinks are available at very reasonable prices but you can pay UK prices or more for imported alcohol. Your leader can help recommend restaurants each evening. Vegetarians can be catered for but there is a fairly limited choice of cous cous and tajine or omelettes. This is particularly the case during the more rural or trekking sections of the trip. Please note that if you have any special dietary requirements you should inform the Exodus Office prior to the trip. If you have a specific medical/dietary need (i.e. coeliac or vegan) you may find it helpful to bring some items of food with you from home. Since the EU banned the use of iodine tablets, we are no longer able to provide these on trek. The recommended alternative of Biox Aqua drops are not available in Morocco, therefore if you are travelling from UK we advise you buy your own purification tablets in the UK and take them with you. Bottled water can be purchased throughout the trip. Please note recycling is not fully established in Morocco so plastic bottles are an increasing waste problem.

    Activities

    • Small Adult Group
    • Food

      • Moroccan food is, generally speaking, excellent though not particularly varied. Breakfasts usually consist of bread and jam with coffee or tea. Meals eaten out are reasonably priced - kebab and bread cost only about GBP4 (approx. . USD6.50). In main towns it is possible to find very good French and Moroccan restaurants where a meal and French wine will cost anything from GBP20 (approx. . USD30) upwards. Generally dinner is likely to cost between GBP5-10 (approx. . USD8-15) depending on what you drink. GBP15 (approx. . USD25) a day for food should be sufficient. Local beers, wines and soft drinks are available at very reasonable prices, but you can pay UK prices or more for imported alcohol. Your leader can help recommend restaurants each evening. Vegetarians can be catered for but there is a fairly limited choice of cous cous and tajine or omelettes. This is particularly the case during the more rural or trekking sections of the trip. Please note that if you have any special dietary requirements you should inform the Exodus Office prior to the trip. If you have a specific medical/dietary need (i.e. coeliac or vegan) you may find it helpful to bring some items of food with you from home. Since the EU banned the use of iodine tablets, we are no longer able to provide these on trek. The recommended alternative of Biox Aqua drops are not available in Morocco, therefore if you are travelling from UK we advise you buy your own purification tablets in the UK and take them with you. Bottled water can be purchased throughout the trip, yet please note recycling is not fully established in Morocco so plastic bottles are increasingly a waste problem.

      Activities

      • Accom: camping
      • Accom: hotel/lodge
      • Adult group
      • Culture & Discovery
      • Trek: point-to-point
      • Trek: summits
      • Walking & Trekking
      • Wilderness
      • Food

        • Moroccan food is, generally speaking, excellent though not particularly varied. Breakfasts usually consist of bread and jam with coffee or tea. Meals eaten out are reasonably priced - kebab and bread cost only about GBP4 (approx. . USD6.50). In main towns it is possible to find very good French and Moroccan restaurants where a meal and French wine will cost anything from GBP20 (approx. . USD30) upwards. Generally dinner is likely to cost between GBP5-10 (approx. . USD8-15) depending on what you drink. GBP15 (approx. . USD25) a day for food should be sufficient. Local beers, wines and soft drinks are available at very reasonable prices, but you can pay UK prices or more for imported alcohol. Your leader can help recommend restaurants each evening. Vegetarians can be catered for but there is a fairly limited choice of cous cous and tajine or omelettes. This is particularly the case during the more rural or trekking sections of the trip. Please note that if you have any special dietary requirements you should inform the Exodus Office prior to the trip. If you have a specific medical/dietary need (i.e. coeliac or vegan) you may find it helpful to bring some items of food with you from home. Since the EU banned the use of iodine tablets, we are no longer able to provide these on trek. The recommended alternative of Biox Aqua drops are not available in Morocco, therefore if you are travelling from UK we advise you buy your own purification tablets in the UK and take them with you. Bottled water can be purchased throughout the trip, yet please note recycling is not fully established in Morocco so plastic bottles are increasingly a waste problem.
  • 1

    Arrive Marrakech

  • 2

    Morning transfer and trek towards Tizi N Tkhfiste.

    After breakfast we head out of Marrakech by private mini bus to Imi Noughlad. Here we meet our muleteers. We start our trek up to Tizi n Msker (1500m) taking in the beautiful view through the Imnan Valley. We hike down to Imsker, where we stop by the river for our picnic. Contiuning on to Tizi n Tkhfiste, where we set up camp for the night. 4 1/2 hours walking, Alt gain 400m

  • 3

    Trek through Berber villages to Oukaimden.

    Today we start our walk in the village or Arg, before continuing uphill through more Berber villages, learning about the local way of life and catching a few smiles from the friendly local children. We stop for our picnic lunch under the shade of walnut trees. Our routethen leads us up to Oukaimden, a Moroccoan ski resort in winter, where we camp for the night. 5 hours walking, Alt gain 900m, alt loss 100m

  • 4

    Descent through the Ourikai Valley

    Leaving the summer pastures of Oukaimden, we contiune, zigzagging up hill to Tizi n Ouatar (3100m). From here we will have beautiful views of the lush green Ourikai Valley below. We dedcent down to Agouns for our picnic lunch. In the afternoon we take a small pass through the valley to Iaabbasen and our camp. 6 hours walking. Alt gain 500m. Alt loss 1000m

  • 5

    Cross Tachdirt Pass to Tachdirt (3200m)

    Today we take the Tachdirt Pass (3200m) through to the village of Tachdirt. Our accommodation for the night is a beautiful mountainside gite that dominates this small valley. Tea will be served on the large terrace, giving you time to relax and takin ghte beautiful panoramic view. 6 ½ hours walking, Alt gain 1000m, Alt loss 900m

  • 6

    Trek to pass Tizi N’Likemt and on to Likempt.

    A quite demanding walk today as we start our ascent to the Tizi N’Likemt pass (3615m). After the pass, we continue for another 2h descent to the pastures of Likemt (2600m). Our camp for the night is close to the river where we can enjoy some al-fresco dinner whilst enjoying the peace of the mountains. 6 ½ hours walking, Alt gain 1324m, Alt loss 1100m

  • 7

    Ascent of Jebel Adrar n'Dern (4001m).

    We make an early start in order to summit the first of our 4000m peaks, Jebel Adrar n'Dern (4001m). We walk to the summer pastureland of Adouz Azibs through magnificent wild mountain landscapes rarely frequented by tourists. On the summit we are rewarded with splendid views over the Toubkal and the Siroua Massifs before finally descending to Aourai Camp (300m). When there are strong winds, this can be considered the most difficult peak to summit due to the exposure of the route. Those who choose not to do this peak can enjoy a gentle 3-hour walk with the muleteers to the next camp. 8 hours walking, Alt gain 1250m, Alt loss 1000m

  • 8

    Second day of Aourai Pass.

    We walk up to the Aourai Pass through a volcanic landscape. From here we can see as far as the Sahro range in southern Morocco and Toubkal is clearly visible as well. We descend towards the verdant valley of Tizgui and continue to our destination, the village of Amsouzart at 1700m. In the afternoon there is the opportunity to walk to the neighbouring village and water mill. Tonight we stay in a simple mountain gîte with a shop selling all sorts of treats such as chocolate and fresh orange juice. (Note: the gite does have solar power for lighting but no power points for recharging batteries). There may also be the opportunity to try out a Hammam (Moroccan steam bath). 4 hours walking (plus the pm walk), Alt gain 100m, Alt loss 1350m

  • 9

    Trek though volcanic landscape to idyllic Lac d'Ifni.

    After crossing the beautiful valley of Ait Ighrane and ascending alongside the river, we arrive at Lac d'Ifni (2300m). This is an idyllic spot encircled by towering mountains and we camp close to the lake. There may be the opportunity to take a swim (weather permitting) although this must be reserved for the very brave as at this height, the water is very cold. 5 hours walking, Alt gain 600m

  • 10

    Walk up to Ouanoums Gorge and Tizi n'Ouanoums Pass; to Toubkal Base Camp.

    We make our way up the Ouanoums Gorge on steep hairpin paths to the 3680m pass of Tizi n'Ouanoums. From here we have superb views back over Lac d'Ifni and forward towards Jebel Bouiguinoussem (4025m). We then start our descent to the Toubkal Base Camp at 3207m, where we will be spending the next two nights. 7 hours walking, Alt gain 1400m, Alt loss 500m

  • 11

    Ascent of Mt Toubkal (4167m).

    Today we take on another challenging 4000m peak, Jebel Toubkal. At 4167m, it is the highest mountain in North Africa. The route is non-technical although there may be some sections of snow and scree along the way but these are safe to cross. The view from the summit is truly breathtaking, as you can see the entire Toubkal Massif, the Siroua Massif and, on clear days, all the way to Marrakech. By far, the most rewarding of all achievements over the last nine days. 6 hours walking, Alt gain 967m, Alt loss 967m

  • 12

    Ascent of Jebel Ouanakrim (4088m); to village of Aremd.

    Our final challenge is the last of our three 4000m peaks, Jebel Ouanakrim at 4088m. Although this is generally a non-technical ascent, there will be a section towards the summit where you will need to use your hands for 30-40 mins of scrambling. Anyone who doesn't wish to undertake this ascent can instead do part of the trek up to the col of Tizi n'Ougan (3750m) and return to camp along the same route (3½ hours round trip +/-600m). We retrace our steps to Base Camp and, after lunch, continue our descent to Aremd (1900m) for a welcome shower and night in a gîte. 8-9 hours walking, Alt gain 888m, Alt loss 2188m

  • 13

    Aremd to Imlil; transfer to Marrakech

    From Tizi Oussem we head down the valley into the green of the Ouirgane Nature Reserve, where olive & almond trees are abound, the scent of wild lavender & mimosa fills the air. We say goodbye to our muleteers and cooks before boarding the minibus for a transfer back to Marrakech. Overnight in hotel. Free evening to explore the city. Alternatively, you may choose to have a well-deserved swim in the hotel pool after our impressive feat across peaks and valleys. 4 hours walking, Alt loss 550m

  • 14

    Morning guided tour on foot. Afternoon free.

    In the morning we have a guided tour (on foot) to some of the main sights of Marrakech and the afternoon is free for you to further explore this vibrant city. You may choose to take a caleche (horse-drawn carriage) round the old city walls, visit one of the palaces or the Saadien tombs. Haggle for some last-minute bargains in the souks or chill at the tranquil Jardin Majorelle. Finally, no trip to Marrakech is complete without a nighttime visit to the main square, the Djema el Fna.

  • 15

    End Marrakech

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