Founders of Trek in Atlas

Rosie Pearson Trek In Atlas Director
Having studied part of her degree in business, Rosie has a firm grounding in providing customer care and satisfaction. She especially excels in creating and implementing bespoke tours and treks in order to fit in with clients time frames. 
During our time as a company we have had tourists ranging from 1 - 70 years old of many different nationalities and fitness levels. All have thoroughly enjoyed their treks with us and many return year after year. However a certain basic level of fitness and a tolerance for a simple lifestyle whilst trekking are desirable traits in order to achieve full enjoyment from their holiday.

Rosie will be your English contact should you wish to book a trek with us.

''Morocco has become like a second home to me over the years, the Berber people are fantastically warm and open people who are always more than happy to help you should you have a problem, please feel free to give me a call or email if you wish to discuss any treks or tours!''

Hassan Amzil Trek In Atlas Partner
Hassan was born and bred in the Atlas Mountains. Based in the heart of the trekking capital, Imlil, He began his life as muleteer which allowed him to gain knowledge of the routes and trails of the Atlas.

Having Hassans inside knowledge of Morocco, he brings his expertise and passion to Trek In Atlas providing awesome treks encompassing all the best routes and trails of Morocco!


Our Trek grading

These treks and tours are ideal for people wishing to take in the scenery and views without being really serious about the walking. The treks will be taken a slower pace with frequent breaks, the trails will have a shallow gradient and your guide will stick to lower altitudes.
The medium grading signifies treks and tours that require a slighter higher level of fitness. We want every client to be satisfied with each trek they undertake, in order to enjoy these treks to the fullest it is best to be fit with a average level of stamina. The treks will be taken a normal walking pace and the gradient and altitude levels will increase.
The hard grading signifies the more difficult treks that will require a very good level of fitness and stamina. These treks will lead you through high areas of altitude and steep gradients. They will also be taken at a good walking pace to try and fit in all the best parts of the trek!