Climb Morocco’s Two Highest Peaks with Berg Adventures – Trip Description
- Climb the two highest peaks in Morocco and the Atlas Mountains, Mount M’Goun at 13,346ft/4,068m and Mount Toubkal at 13,671ft/4,166m
- Explore one of Morocco’s ancient and colorful cities, Marrakesh
- Journey through the landscapes of two naturally rich places in Morocco, the “Happy Valley” of Bougmez and Toubkal National Park
Morocco's Atlas Mountains offer plenty of opportunities for mountaineers. The picturesque landscapes and great trails make for an ideal trekking experience. BAI’s trip to Morocco is the perfect mix of culture, exploration and summits. As an introduction we start our adventure touring the ancient streets of Marrakesh. After a visit to the imperial city we will continue on to the land of the Berber people, in the High Atlas Mountains.
Hiking in the Atlas Mountains will be a unique experience. Our ascent of Mount M’Goun, the second tallest mountain in Morocco at 13,346ft/4,068m will be an awesome start to the trek. From the Bougmez Valley where our first climb takes place we will move on to the heart of the High Atlas Mountains, Toubkal National Park, to climb Mount Toubkal at 13,671ft/4,166m, the highest mountain in Morocco.
To climb Mount M’Goun and Toubkal you need to be in good physical condition, but no climbing or mountaineering experience in necessary. The ascent is not technical, but consists of walking on paths with large boulder sections. Good cardiovascular conditioning and strong hiking muscles will make your trip much more enjoyable. Start training today to make the most of your adventure!
With Morocco being so diverse in culture and landscapes we are happy to offer extensions that will allow you to explore the wonders of Morocco in a unique way.
Whether it’s spending a few magical nights in the dunes of the Sahara desert or roaming the streets of the old Medina of Fez we are here to help you customize your trip to Morocco.
Contact our office for details on these great extensions to your Moroccan adventure!
Updates from your adventure will be posted on bergadventures.com and on Berg Adventures Facebook page. If you would like to have a specific dispatch posted for your expedition, please contact our office for details. We will be happy to accommodate your requests. Our dispatches have been used by family and friends to follow the progress of our groups and by schools to learn about the wild places we visit. They can be a wonderful lasting archive of your adventure.