Atlas Mountains

Description

The Atlas Mountains are a mountain region shared between Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.

Books

Cicerone Press
United Kingdom
2015
  • Trekking in the Atlas Mountains
  • This handy guidebook contains descriptions for 32 day treks around Toubkal and 2 multi-day circuit routes in the Mgoun Massif and Jebel Sahro regions. The terrain in the Atlas Mountains can be varied and some routes require wild trekking, scrambling and until June, use of crampons and ice-axes. Mountaineering skills are necessary in higher regions. Read more
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The Book Depository
United Kingdom
2015
De Zwerver
Netherlands
2009
  • Wandelgids Trekking in the Atlas Mountains | Cicerone |
  • The Atlas Mountains of Morocco offer an incredible variety of scenery, climate and terrain, where the Berbers’ way of life has changed little in a thousand years. There are also opportunities to walk and climb throughout the year, making it a particularly desirable destination for the outdoor enthusiast. This new edition, now fully updated,... Read more
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The Book Depository
United Kingdom
Bol.com
Netherlands
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Walking holidays

Sawadee
Netherlands
  • Mt Toubkal Climb
  • Mt Toubkal stands 4167m above sea level and commands superb views of the High Atlas Mountains. Our trek passes through impressive landscapes on well-defined paths and is, surprisingly, not too strenuous. As we climb higher, the paths do become steeper but the gain in altitude awards dramatic views towards Marrakech and the spectacular... Read more
Sawadee
Netherlands
  • Mt Toubkal Long Weekend
  • Mt Toubkal, known locally as Jebel Toubkal, stands 4167m above sea level and commands superb panoramic views of the High Atlas Mountains. This trek is an energetic way to spend a long weekend with just three days in the mountains to approach, summit and descend the highest peak in North Africa. Passing through a Berber village we gain an... Read more
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