Very close to the city of Marrakech, we find the imposing mountain range of the High Western Atlas, where the highest mountain in North Africa, the Jbel Toubkal, rises. It should be noted that this massif has two very different landscapes throughout the year: dry and arid during the summer months and early autumn, which contrasts with the blanket of snow that can occupy, from two thousand meters, during the winter and much of the spring. An aspect that conditions the equipment needed to face the climb to Toubkal.
The hike begins in the village of Imlil, passing through the sacred village of Sidi Chamharouch. Dinner and overnight at the Neltner camp or refuge at an altitude of 3,200m, ascent and descent to Imlil by the same route. An unforgettable trip, different from the classic Morocco.