Your trek will take 3 days to complete, hiking amidst cool vegetation with juniper and pine trees for perfect shade breaks, your trek will take you across deep gorges, gushing river streams and groves of cherry and walnut trees. You will be in the capable hands of your allocated guide who will be willing to explain the culture and history behind areas you find yourself upon.
Whilst walking through the valleys you will undoubtedly stumble across many villages and hamlets belonging to the ethnic Berbers. These herding and farming communities are well use to the sights of tourists and are more than happy to allow you to interact with them to know more about their traditions and customs. Along the way you will have the opportunity to glimpse the stunning terraces that line the valleys where they grow their corn, barley and vegetables.
Imlil - Tinnerhourhine
Once arriving in Imlil you will begin your trek(1740m) towards Tinerhourhine, hereby passing by Tamatert. At lunch time you will be able to relax in the cool area of Tizi 'n Tamatert (2279m). After lunch continue to Ouanesekra-Tamguist. After the first day walking you will arrive at Tinerhourhine (1600m) where you will spend the night in a local gite.
Tinnerhourhine - Ikkis - Ait Aissa
Ait Aissa - Imlil - Marrakech
Departing early from Aït Aïssa you will walk towards Tizi Oussem (1900m). We pass by Tizi Mzik (2400m), where you will have a final chance to take in the stunning views before descending to the village of Mzik before arriving back in Imlil and on to Marrakech.
Services Include :
- Transport from and back to Marrakech
- Mountain Guide
- All meals
- Mules for carrying luggage and equipment
- Private Cook
Services doesn't Include :
- Tips and personal expenses
- Walking equipment (available to hire upon request )
This will vary according to the following:
High Season or Low Season
Number of participants
Age of participants
Changes to the length of trek
Changes to the length of transportation
March To October
Please contact us for further information on up and coming departures