Mount Toubkal treks & tours

North Africa's highest peak calls to be climbed

Jebel Toubkal stands 4167m above the mighty Atlas Ranges of Morocco. It’s a mountain that has captivated adventurers for centuries – a stark ascent through lowland floodplains, charming Amazigh villages and rocky gorges strewn with snow. The climb is not for the faint of heart, but the sweeping views from the peak, across the jagged line of the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara beyond, must be seen to be believed. 

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4.9 out of 5 based on 78 reviews submitted.
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Mount Toubkal Trek

Allison · Traveled May 2024
This trip was definitely worth the effort. The hike up Toubkal is long and steep but the views and the accomplishment make it worth while. Our guide Mohammed was great sharing his many years experience with us during the hike.
Review submitted 25 May 2024

Mount Toubkal Long Weekend Trek

Craig · Traveled May 2024
Hard work packed into a short trip but a very good experience. Thank you guys.
Review submitted 16 May 2024

Mount Toubkal Long Weekend Trek

Vytautas · Traveled May 2024
Our guide was fantastic, all team was brilliant, enjoyed every minute spent with people I met on this trip. Looking forward to next challenge and hopefully I can come back to Morocco in the future.
Review submitted 14 May 2024

Mount Toubkal Long Weekend Trek

Leroy · Traveled May 2024
The trip from start to finish was absolutely amazing l!! Highly recommended. Will be booking with these again.
Review submitted 14 May 2024

Mount Toubkal Winter Trek

Christopher · Traveled April 2024
This is a remote strenuous trip up steep, boulder-covered slopes. You need to be 100% fit and healthy plus have checked all your equipment before going. Poles are a must even for younger treckers to be safe (I never use walking poles normally but needed them on the final day climb). The guides are excellent, strong and capable of dealing with people struggling which is a great plus that made me feel much safer. Several people either: - Did not make it to the top due to strength/altitude sickness and were escorted down; or - Struggled to come down and were helped down safely by the guides. The mountain refuge was much better than I expected with hot water, mini shop, clean toilets and good food. The guides also ensured the pace was kept very gentle and kept the group together so anyone reasonably fit could get to the top. I would certainly recommend having an extra few days in Marakesh in addition to this holiday. I am a very fit 64-year-old and made it to the top easily but my boots were not big enough making the return painful and two back toes to prove it. Overall, if you like strenuous hiking routes, this would be an excellent holiday to choose.
Review submitted 15 Apr 2024

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