4-day Mount Toubkal Group Tours

4 Days

Mount Toubkal Group Tours

If you want to have a great outdoor experience while traveling in Morocco, this 4-day hike submitting 3 of the highest peaks in the High Atlas Mountains is definitely recommended. From the
refuge halfway to Mount Toubkal Group Tours, you will explore the different trails toward the mountain tops,
enjoying panoramic views along the way. A challenging hike but most definitely are wort hitMount Toubkal (4.167 meters) is the highest mountain in Morocco and, therefore, our most popular
climb. In this trekking, you combine submitting our highest peak with the mountains of Timesguida
(4088) and Ras (4083). On your way, you will be accompanied by a local Berber guide that is taking care of the route and logistics.

You will not pass a great deal of
traditional Berber villages along the trails. If you wish to get a glimpse of the lifestyle of the people
inhabiting Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains, we recommend you combine your hike with one of the
cultural trips we offer.

Browse our selection of small group tours in Mount Toubkal today and start planning your next adventure.

Trip Highlights

  • A 4-day hike, summiting the three highest peaks in the High Atlas Mountains.
  • Professional guidance and a mule carrying your luggage.
  • A round-trip from Marrakesh, including your transportation


At 8:30, a driver will pick you up from your hotel in Marrakesh. Time to start your great outdoor adventure in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains! We will drive to   After breakfast in your hotel in Marrakech, our driver will pick you up at 8h30 and take you to the High Atlas Mountains, where the trip starts from Imlil (1,960 m), toward the Toubkal Massif pass through the Sidi Chamharouch (2,350m) We will arrive at the first Refuge (3,206m), our stop for the night. Approx 5-6 hours walking.

6 hours
Lunch, Dinner
Overnight in the Refuge.

Mount Toubkal Group Tours

An exciting day ahead: Today, we will summit two peaks and practice your climbing skills! After breakfast, we will head our way to the Tizi’ n Ouagane pass. A nice walk offers great views of the mountains surrounding you. We will head towards mountain Timesguida, Morocco’s 2nd highest peak. After a first summit celebration, we will head down and then back up again. Cause in the afternoon we will also climb the mountain Ras. Guarantees your legs will be tired when heading back down. Time for a well-deserved Moroccan tea and a relaxing afternoon at the refuge!

6 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Overnight in the Refuge.


Today is the day: we will conquer Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. After breakfast, we will start climbing, passing many other travelers on our way up. When we make it to the summit, there is time to celebrate the accomplishment and enjoy the stunning overview of the valleys below. After, we head back down again, where we will have a late lunch and spend another night in the mountain refuge.

6 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Overnight in the Refuge.

On the final day of our hike, we will mainly walk downhills. After breakfast, we will pass to Sidi Sharoush to enjoy some last views of the Atlas Mountains. Here we will enjoy a lunch picnic and continue the walk back down to Imlil. Here a driver is waiting to bring you back to Marrakesh. Make sure you’ll book yourself a nice accommodation as a reward for your great hiking accomplishments!

4 hours
Breakfast, Lunch

The Trip Cost Includes

  • A local guide.
  • Accommodation.
  • Food.
  • Mule for luggage.
  • Transportation.

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Airport transfers.
  • Soft drinks
  • Mineral water.
  • Tips.
  • Sleeping bags.
What equipment should I bring?

Winter season (Nov – Mar)
Winter can be quite cold on Mt Toubkal, with temperatures on the summit going as low as -20°C. March starts to warm up with a higher chance of rain.

Early/late season (Apr-May & Oct)
Temperatures at lower altitudes can reach 26°C, with little chance of rain. The summit can still go as low as -10°C with wind chill.

Summer (Jun-Sep)
June has a higher chance of rain but still stays warm. July to Sept are the hottest months with temperatures at the lowest altitudes reaching 30°C. The summit of Toubkal can be as low as -10°C with wind chill

Here are the documents and clothing/items you’ll need to bring:
• Passport & visa (if needed)
• Travel insurance details
• Boarding passes for flights
• 2 base-layer t-shirts (e.g. running t-shirts)
• Fleece/soft-shell jacket
• Waterproof jacket
• Insulated jacket for warmth, if possible (from e.g. Rab, Alpkit, Mountain Equipment)
• Underwear
• Base-layer trousers (optional)
• Trekking Trousers
• Waterproof trousers
• Shorts
• 2 pairs of thick wool hiking socks
• Warm Gloves and Hat
• Walking Boots
• Large rucksack for the mules/porters
• Daysack (25-35L)
• 3L of water bottles (minimum)
• Sunglasses
• Suncream
• Sunhat
• Insect repellent
• Glasses/contact lenses (if needed)
• Sleeping bag (2-3 seasons)
• Bathroom items including travel towel
• Electronics – Head torch, phone & charger
• Lip balm
• Book/mp3 player (optional)
• Walking poles
Most of that equipment can be rented locally in Imlil:
• Crampons : £5 / Day/pair
• Ice Axe : £3 /day
• Walking boots: £5 /day
• Sleeping bags: £ 2.5 /day
• Rain Jackets: £ 3 /day
• Walking Poles: £ 3 /day/pair
• Backpacks: £ 3/day
• Stoves: £ 2/day

Can I consider myself sufficiently fit?

The summit day can be 8-9 hours (with lots of breaks) so you do need a good level of fitness. We recommend training with jogging or sports 1-2 times a week, in the run-up to your trip.

Do I need to carry all my stuff up the mountain?

The local guides utilize mules to transport your primary baggage, cooking equipment, and food are carried by the mule, leaving you to carry only a rucksack with whatever you need close at hand for the days.
NB: Left luggage or unnecessary luggage can be left safely in our storage in Imlil till you come back from the trek.


The Accommodation will be in a Dorm at the Mountain hut. Camping is an option if preferred (June-Octo).


The meals served during the trek are prepared by the Berber muleteers and consist of fresh and healthy ingredients. A typical breakfast may include jam, bread, cookies, fruit, juice, butter, coffee, and milk. For lunch, you can expect a salad, tomatoes, carrots, lentils, beans, rice or pasta, fish (sardines, tuna), and seasonal fruit. Dinner often includes soup, classic Moroccan tajine, couscous, olives, nuts, and fruit.

If you have any dietary restrictions or preferences, don’t worry, we can cater to your needs. Just inform us of your requirements when you confirm your booking, and we will ensure that your meals are prepared accordingly. Additionally, please remind your guide and cook of any dietary requirements on the first day of the trek to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience.

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4-day Mount Toubkal Group Tours
Group Discount Available
From $150.00
/ Adult