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ATLAS MOUNTAINS MOROCCO

 ATLAS MOUNTAINS MOROCCO

 ATLAS MOUNTAINS MOROCCO
 ATLAS MOUNTAINS MOROCCO



Welcome to the  Atlas Mountains Morocco. They are  mountain range stretching from northern Morocco to the its south. These series are divided into three zones: The Middle Atlas, the High Atlas and the Little Atlas . The range's highest peak is Toubkal, with an elevation of 4167 metres (13 671 ft) in southwestern Morocco constituting the highest peak in the Arab world and the second highest peak on the African continent after Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

Many fertile valleys are spread among the Atlas Mountains Morocco chains because of the heavy rain in these areas and due to the height of the peaks that  covered with snow even in the warmer months , With the spread of trees, especially cedar trees and  scrubby , that covered most of the Atlas Mountains Morocco.

The Berbers are the indigenous inhabitants of the Atlas Mountains Morocco and their civilization dates back to thousands of years ,it shows through their traditional  mud-built houses and stones, They make a living and graze livestock, using old techniques to live in fertile valleys between the slopes.

When you visit the Atlas Mountains Morocco, you will see that the modern world has little impact on villages clinging to rocky cliffs because their lives are closely linked to the mountains, the Berbers respect the earth and sanctify it. 

This ancient culture is known to be particularly warm and welcomes visitors, and you may find yourself welcome in a home for a cup of Moroccan steam mint tea or you spend a night with them to discover the lifestyle of Berbers people and their customs (language, alphabet, Crafts, Carpets …)

To head to the Atlas Mountains  Morocco just  80 minutes from Marrakesh, there is Imlil village where you can discover   a glimpse the mountain trails in the heart of the Berber life and a breathtaking nature,  it is easy to explore the area  on foot or in drive. If you choose to go on foot, there are a variety of routes you can take, from moderate walks to challenging multi-day treks.
One of the most rewarding walks is up the slopes of Mount Toubkal, the highest point in North Africa. The three-day climb to its soaring summit  requires a good level of fitness . and at the  top, you’re rewarded with seemingly endless vistas of crags and valleys retreating back to the distance-hazed horizon.

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