10 Days Trek in Sghro

10 Days


Day 1 :

Arrive in Marrakech and transfer from the airport to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to explore Marrakech. Sleep the night in your riad.

Day 2 :

Transfer from Marrakech and cross the High Atlas Mountains via the dramatic Tizi n’Tichka (2260m), to reach the small market town of El Kelaa des Mgouna (1431m). The rest of the day is free for you to explore the town, famous for its production of rose products. Alternatively, you may choose to visit the lower reaches of the Assif Mgoun Valley, known as the Valley of the Roses, and see some of its striking kasbahs. Spend the night in a small hotel overlooking the Valley of the Roses. 6 hours transfer, approximately.

Day 3 :

We transfer from the Valley of the Roses, crossing the Oued Dades, to reach the village of Aït Youle. We begin our trek, ascending the outlying slopes of Jebel Saghro to reach the remote camping spot of Le Merse where we spend the night in tents close by a well. 6 to 7 hours walking, approximately.

Day 4 :

Continue to climb from Le Merse to cross Tizi n’Tagmout (1800m) before descending first to the hamlet of Tagmout and then onwards to the village of Assaka n’Aït Ouzzine (1584m). We camp on the outskirts of the village. 5 hours walking, approximately.

Day 5 :

Walk from Assaka n’Aït Ouzzine, climbing gently to round the impressive mountain of Tine Ouaiyour before descending through the surreal Irhissi Gorge. We arrive at the dispersed village of Irhssi (1625m) where we camp for the night by the shell of a dilapidated kasbah. 3 hours walking, approximately.

Day 6 :

From Irhissi, we rise gently along a dramatic path that has been cut directly into the cliff face until it drops again to the village of Riche. We climb once more, this time more steeply, to reach the green oasis of Igli, surrounded by wonderful natural rock formations. We sleep the night in this natural amphitheatre. 6 to 7 hours walking, approximately.

Day 7 :

We walk from Igli to Boilouz (1525m) and then on through the jumble of the Oufourar Gorge to emerge at the twin rock towers of Bab n’Ali, considered by many to be the jewel of Sahro. We continue as far as Irhazzoun n’Imlas and camp on the edge of the village. 5 to 6 hours walking, approximately.

Day 8 :

We walk from Irhazzoun n’Imlas through the Assif Hanedour Valley as far as the village of Hanedour itself with its picturesque, dilapidated kasbah. From here we transfer to Nekob (1039m), renowned as the town of the 40 kasbahs and spend the night in a small hotel. 4 hours walking and 1 hour transfer, approximately.

Day 9 :

Transfer to Marrakech. The rest of the day is free for you to enjoy this remarkable city. Spend the night in your riad.
6 hours transfer, approximately.

Day 10 :

Transfer to the airport and depart from Marrakech.

What to Bring?

Saghro Trekking 10 Days Discover the beautiful trekking spot and enjoy the diversity of the beautiful landscapes of the Saghro Mount during 10 10-day Trek in Saghro with a professional mountain guide. You should prepare for Atlas Trekking in the same way you would for any other mountain climb; the weather in the mountains can quickly change from sunshine to snow and bitterly cold winds (autumn through late spring). Please take only what you brought in and do not leave any rubbish behind.

Atlas Treks are tailored to the season and your degree of fitness. You may either stay at Berber Guesthouses and go for daily hikes from there, or you can go on a two-day Atlas Mule Trek. On mule treks, lodging at a Berber Guesthouse/with families or wild camping in two-person tents are common options. In addition to conventional gear, here’s a checklist for Atlas Trekking:

  • Good walking boots and socks
  • Comfortable shoes/slippers for camp/guesthouse
  • Trekking pants
  • Lightweight waterproof over-trousers / rain-pants

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10 Days Trek in Sghro