The Atlas Mountains are a mountain range in the northwest of the African continent, crossing the countries of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. It forms a natural scene and a lively space rich in plant, mineral and animal elements, and its heights vary to reach the highest peak in Morocco, Mount Toubkal in the High Atlas (4165 meters).
Morocco is the land of the mountains. The Three Atlas mountain range, the countryside, and various terrain, but they are natural playgrounds for adventure seekers.
Hiking and camping are one of the most important activities. Many trails start through the country’s natural parks, such as Tlemctan National Park near Chefchaouen and Ifrane National Park. Climbing Mount Toubkal is one of the ideal experiences in the Marrakech region. It is the highest point in North Africa and can be reached within two days.
Explore the mountains and enjoy the wide-open spaces, and enjoy its exciting forms. You can choose from a variety of activities that will raise your adrenaline level, from mountain biking to paragliding and narrow gilts rides. Snowboarding is one of the other options at the ski resorts in Michelin Ifrane and Oukaimeden, and this last place is only tens of miles away from Marrakech.
There is also a rich mountain culture. A swarm of curiosity awaits you: wander around the fortified grain silos with the small atlas or the beautiful Chefchaouen, which glow in the azure blue at the foot of Mount Citadel and Mount Mijo. Even in the city, you can feel the presence of the mountains.
Morocco’s unique geography means that you can enjoy a variety of activities in one day. Explore the natural energy field just half an hour from Marrakech. And choose from a wide range of activities such as skiing with ropes, walking on wooden bridges connected between trees, mountain biking, or maybe just relaxing in purity.
Are you fascinated by the mountains of Morocco? Its stunning landscapes, buzzing natural life and myriad treasures, all are not to be missed