Mt Toubkal Climb

Starting From


Add your business today to reach The Outbound's audience of adventurous travelers.

Exhilarating one-week trek to the summit of North Africa's highest mountain


Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: Morocco
Group Size: 5-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.


Start Marrakech.

Drive to Imi Oughlad; climb Tizi n Tacht Pass (2000m) and descend into the Azaden Valley.

Walk through Berber villages and spectacular mountain scenery, including the Ighoulidem waterfall.

Ascend the Aguelzim Pass (3550m) and enjoy superb views of the Toubkal Massif before walking down to base camp.

An early start climbing scree before traversing the southern ridge to reach the summit of Mt Toubkal (4167m). Enjoy magnificent panoramic views before descending to base camp.

Climb Mt Ouanakrim (4089m); descend to the village of Arroumd.

Short walk to Imlil; return to Marrakech for guided tour.

End Marrakech.

Additional Information

Mt Toubkal, the highest peak in north Africa, stands 4167m above sea level and commands superb views of the High Atlas Mountains. Our trek passes through impressive landscapes on well-defined paths and is, surprisingly, not too strenuous. As we climb higher, the paths do become steeper but the gain in altitude awards dramatic views towards Marrakech and the spectacular Anti-Atlas mountains. Passing through remote villages and terraced fields we gain an insight into the life of the friendly Berber people and finish with free time in the colourful imperial city of Marrakech.


Have you done this tour? Be the first to leave a review!

More Tours


High Atlas Trek

$1,290/person - 10 days


Highlights of Morocco-8 Days

$1,720/person - 8 days


Morocco Explorer

$2,090/person - 12 days


Adventures Nearby

Hike Erg Chebbi in Morocco

6.2 Miles Round Trip - 656.2 ft gain

Hike Jebel Toubkal

23 Miles Round Trip - 7771 ft gain

Starting From


Add your business today to reach The Outbound's audience of adventurous travelers.