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Ascension of the M’goun 7 Days

Ascension of the M’goun 7 Days

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Heading to the amazing valley of Aït Bougmez, and the Berber villages around it, in an exclusive trip to explore their culture. This trip is also a chance to discover the second highest summit of Morocco which is the ascent of Jebel M’Goun (4060m). The M’goun is much more difficult to access than the toubkal because it has a long ridge climb. It is totally worth it as the view on the summit are breathtaking with all the surrounding valleys and mountains. A great chance for photography and adventures lovers.

7 Days
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Tour Plan


Day 1: Marrakech

Arrival to Marrakech, you will check in your hotel. Depending on what time your plane lands, you will get some time to do a small visit to the Medina.

Day 2: Marrakech - Aït Bougmez Valley - Bergerie d'Arous

We will be leaving Marrakech early in the morning, heading to Ait Bougmez valley the destination for Adventurers seeking for challenges ,which is located in the central High Atlas Mountains (around 200Km from Marrakech),this valley is known by its outstanding sceneries passing by Azilal ,The minibus will leave us in the village of Tamzrite N'Agouti where a group of of muleteers will be waiting for us to accompany us all week. Our hike starts from here to the sheepfolds of Arous where we will install the bivouac for the night.

Day 3: Arous Sheepfold - Tarkerti Valley

In this day we will be climbing Oumskiiq (2900m) and Agouwri (3200m), Crossing the highlands where semi-nomadic Berbers come in the summer to graze their herds. Once we reach the summit of the passes you can admire the amazing valleys around. We will camp overnight at tarkerti valley.

Day 4: Tarkerti Valley - Ascent M'Goun - Oulilimt Valley

We will start early in the morning to head to the M’goun mountain. We go across the marvelous landscapes that surround the mountain to reach the summit, the view up there is amazing plunging to the valley of Tarkerti where we spent the night. Then we descend to the Assif Oulilimt where we will be setting our bivouac. For people who prefer not to climb, there is a possibility of following the muleteers. In this case, it will take 5 hours walk.

Day 5: Oulilimt Valley - Aïn Aflalfa

Today we will be exploring the Ain Aflalfa, through fairy chimneys. Exotic and great landscapes, The diversity of nature there is such a breathtaking paradise. Bivouac near the source.

Day 6: Aïn Aflalfa - Aït Bougmez Valley

This would be our last walking day, We will be climbing the Aït Imi pass, its summit has a superb view that plunges into the Valley of Ait Bougmez. Afterwards we find the green valley of Ait Bougmez that has a very impressive peak path. We camp the night in the valley.

Day 7: Valley of Ait Bougmez – Marrakech

We breakfast in open fresh air, and then drive back to 5 hrs Marrakech via Azilal. Back to Marrakech.

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