Beyond its imperial cities, and the attractive Sahara Desert, Morocco has some of the best hiking tracks where visitors and trekking lovers can enjoy dramatic coastlines that you can discover on our Morocco Hiking Tours.
Through these hiking treks, you will get the chance to enjoy Moroccan landscapes and also learn more about Morocco’s Geography. Besides that, you will get to explore Moroccan history and culture by interacting with local Berbers.
Visited by thousands of tourists every year, Mount Toubkal is the highest peak in North Africa with a height of 4167 meters. It can take you up to three days to reach the summit. We are going to make those 3 days of trekking to the top worth it as they will be full of discovery and thrill.
Climbing the highest summit of Morocco in winter is more daring. That’s because the trails are thick with snow, making hiking more challenging. In this one of Morocco Hiking Tours, you are going to spend three full days walking in crampons while clutching an ice axe for safety purposes. It is intended for experienced hikers because the ascent is non-technical but includes some simple scrambling and snow slopes.
The views from the peak are spectacular, stretching across the mountains to Marrakech to the north and the Sahara to the south. The craggy peaks of the High Atlas reach as far as the eye can see in every direction.
Day 1: Marrakech – Imlil – Azib n Tamsoult
Transfer from Marrakech to Imlil in a one-hour-and-a-half drive. It is a well-known starting place for climbing expeditions. Explore the region by hiking up to the Tizi-n-Mezzik mountain pass (2489m). Enjoy the breathtaking vista of the Imlil region and the Azzaden valley.
After lunch, take a stroll along the Azzaden Valley to the summer town of Tamssoult (2250m). Spend the night at a refuge or a camp.
Day 2: Azib n Tamsoult – Agelzim Mountain pass – Toubkal Base camp
This day comprises a pretty strenuous ascent out of the Azzadene Valley to the Toubkal Refuge through the Ighouliden waterfalls and the 3,560m Aguelzim Mountain pass.
Lunch will be served with breathtaking views of the Atlas Mountain Range. An overnight stay is scheduled in the Toubkal Refuge (Niltner Hut or Mouflon), where you’ll most likely share a bunk room with other hikers.
Day 3: Toubkal base camp – Toubkal Summit – Toubkal base camp – Imlil
We will have an early start for the ascent to Toubkal (4,167m), from where you’ll enjoy fantastic views of the Atlas Range and the Sahara Desert before a long descent via the refuge and the well-worn trail down to Imlil. This is a rather long day of hiking, with 900m up and then over 2,500m down to Imlil!
Rif Mountains in the north of Morocco are one of the best Morocco Hiking Tours treks for walking lovers and outdoor adventurers.
The Mountains offer natural scenery where you can see cedar forests and coastal views at the same time while hiking. To enjoy this one of our many Morocco Hiking Tours adventures, tourists start this journey in Morocco’s blue Pearl, Chefchaouen.
After visiting Chefchaouen, they head toward the Ras el Ma river on a one-day excursion. However, you can decide and choose your duration in order to retrace your route and choose your itinerary.
Day 1: Afeska – Ain Tissimlane
Afeska will be your first destination on the excursion. Afeska is reachable in 5 to 6 hours of Morocco hiking. This first day will see you rise 1200 meters. At this altitude, you will be at Jebel el Kelaa, followed by Ain Tissimlane. A natural spring and limestone outcroppings may be seen near Ain Tissimlane.
Day 2: Akchour
Akchour may be reached on the second day of the hike. This is a 3- to 4-hour journey. Akchour will assist you in getting to Sidi Meftah, Imizzar, and Pont Farda.
Day 3: Jbel Azra – Izrafene
Go to the Pastures near Abou Bnar. Depending on the things you choose to see, this leg of the tour might last 4 to 6 hours. You will need to hike for a long distance if you wish to get up to Jbel Azra and into the Izrafene settlement. You may choose one of two camping areas of the region. One is closer to the settlement, while the other follows the river for a more secluded setting.
Day 4: Talassemtane National Park – Jbel Lakraa
You will visit Talassemtane National Park. You may climb El Jbel Lakraa from here. The peak of the mountain is 2159 meters above sea level. It will take you little more than an hour to reach the peak once you start climbing.
Paradise Valley is a mountain filled with palm trees, rivers and pools, and hidden stunning waterfalls in the south of the Moroccan high atlas Mountain. It, definitely, is one of the best Morocco Hiking Tours treks.
This small and breathtaking oasis is certainly one of the perfect gateways for relaxing and cliff jumping. As a matter of fact, Paradise valley is just 58 kilometers away from Agadir. That’s why travelers often consider it as one of the best 1-day excursions from the coastal town.
In order to arrive at the main cascade, you will have to take a 45-minute walking trail. And if you have more time, you‘d rather hire a local guide to explore the valleys’ beautiful villages and hike.
Also, it is a fantastic experience to stay overnight at one of the valley’s hostels or auberges to view the spectacular sunset and go for a trek among South Morocco’s mountains.
This is a one-day excursion, which starts with an hour of trekking through the forest, mountains, and rivers. You will come upon an unexpected spot, with three enormous waterfalls with large natural pools and blue waters, that appears to be a heaven on earth.
Bring your swimming suits since this is the most beautiful area to enjoy with your friends and family and have a memorable day. Later, take a little pause to appreciate the panoramic view of the valley while accompanied by a lunch break. Spend time with lovely people cliff jumping and sunbathing.
Join us on our Morocco Hiking Tours to explore Moroccan nature landscapes. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.