Mount Toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech

  • Mount Toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
  • Mount toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
Amazing 2 day Toubkal trek in the Moroccan High Atlas Mountains. You will enjoy Jebel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa. This hike starts from Marrakech to the Imlil Valley where you will meet our team consisting of a local guide and muleteers. After a welcome tea in a guest house, you will start walking with our guide towards Refuge du Toubkal where you will spend the night! During the second day, you will hike to the top of Toubkal. After a beautiful view of the summit, you will descend from the summit to the refuge, then in the afternoon you will return to Imlil, then transfer to Marrakech.


Clothes and Equipmentdressed:

  • Should be dressed according to altitude and the environment you will be located in. Most hikers are in high-altitude climates in remote areas. Therefore, there are often large temperature swings. Temperatures are usually colder at high altitudes.

Trekking Clothes:

  • Trekking boots or lightweight walking shoes. Having comfortable footwear is essential for a good trek. Make sure all footwear is broken in well before your trek. Do not break in boots on your trek,
  • A tracksuit and a pair of track shoes to wear in lodges
  • Two pairs of woolen socks for trekking shoes and track shoes,
  • Warm down jacket and rainproof jacket with hood for protection from rain
  • Warm hat for the cold and a sun hat or cap for sunny days
  • A pair of woolen gloves and a pair of sandals
  • Cotton T-shirts and pairs of long shorts/skirts
  • Woolen shirts and thick sweaters as well as wind and waterproof trousers
  • Pair of light or heavyweight trousers and one lightweight long-sleeve shirt
  • Pairs of thermal undergarments


  • A big bag to carry trekking gear
  • Trekking daypack for personal items such as water, snacks, extra layers, and camera
  • Water purification tablets and bottles
  • Sleeping bag
  • Travel Pillow
  • Walking poles
  • Headlamp
  • Sun cream
  • Handkerchief or wiping papers
  • Money belt
  • First-aid kit
  • Sunglasses
  • Gloves Liner
  • Gloves (waterproof in winter)
  • Down or synthetic, windproof outer
  • Snow Goggles (winter)
  • Hiking socks
  • Trekking boots
  • Refuge shoes – sandals
  • Rain and windproof jackets
  • Crampons and ice axes and Gaiters (for winter)


  • Head torch & spare batteries
  • Powerpack – plugs are available in the refuge for charging
  • Camera


  • Sun cream and lip salve
  • Toilet roll
  • Earplugs
  • Passport, travel insurance details, money, credit cards, plane ticket
  • Book, cards, games, etc
  • Antibacterial hand gel
  • Wash kit – there are showers in the hut
  • Towel


  • Paracetamol
  • Ibuprofen
  • Antiseptic Wipes
  • Latex gloves
  • Plasters
  • Zinc Tape
  • Rehydration Sachets
  • Throat Lozenges
  • Knee/ankle support an egg. Tub grip
  • Crepe Bandage
  • Imodium for diarrhea
  • Sudocrem


  • Trekking equipment is available. If you do not wish to buy equipment, we can rent them for you for the duration of your trek at reasonable prices.


  • This Hike & Tour operates all year round and can leave on any date of your choice.
RETURN TIME:  Approximately 06:00 PM


  • Transportation to and from Marrakech
  • One night at the Toubkal Refuge
  • Meals: 1 dinner, 1 breakfast and 2 lunches
  • Mountain guide


  • Soft drinks / Alcoholic drinks / Mineral water
  • Crampons and ice axes (in winter)
  • Travel insurance
  • Mule and (carriers in winter)
  • 3 to 4 season sleeping bags
  • Tips



After breakfast, we have a 1h 30 drive to Imlil village, and we will begin the trek. Heading along the Ait Mizane Valley, we first pass Aremd village and then onto the shrine of Sidi Chamarouch. We then continue east and by crossing the flood plains our route takes us along mule tracks and up into the high rocky cliffs above the valley crossing the river we eventually come to the pastoral shrine of Sidi Chamarouch, which attracts tourists and pilgrims. From here the trail continues to climb steadily, snaking and zigzagging its way up to the snowline ( in winter ) and the Toukbal Refuge (3207m), our stop for the night, Approx 4 to 5hrs walking. The height difference of 1507m between the Imlil and Toubkal huts.



Early in the morning, we make our attempt at the summit of Jebel Toukbal, the highest peak in Northern Africa. Our route takes us up the south cirque, crossing the stream above the refuge. The walking is relatively straightforward, but the screen and the altitude will make the going quite difficult in parts. The views along the way make the journey more than worthwhile. When you reach the summit you will see that the vistas across the surrounding landscape are quite breathtaking. From here there are unrestricted views in every direction, from the Marrakesh Plain to the High Atlas in the north and as far south as the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara. We will retrace our steps when we return down to the refuge have lunch and then head back towards Imlil. 9 to 10 hours walk. The height difference is 960m between the refuge and the Toubkal peak.

3 reviews for Mount Toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech

  1. Mourad

    Amazing experience with this tour agency everything was good from the day to the beautiful places we have visited. Thanks for everything!!! We recommend it 100%

  2. Leola

    Everything about our experience was outstanding, from the kindness of the Berber people we met along the way, to the hospitality of the refuge staff. But above all else, Said was an incredible guide. His expertise on the mountain and on the trails leading through the foothills was exceptional. He kept us moving at a rigorous pace but never hesitated to let us rest if we needed it. If you are looking for a breathtaking mountain climbing experience, do Jebel Toubkal, and do it with Go MarrakechDesert Trips.
    One important note: Most web sources rank Toubkal as “easy.” And while this is certainly true from a technical standpoint, the level of fitness required for a two-day expedition should not be taken lightly. You will hike continuously uphill, in the sun, for almost six miles the first day, and then nearly three to the summit the next morning (4:00 a.m. start). Then, you will have to immediately turn around and do those exact nine total miles back in the afternoon, to return to Imlil for your transportation to Marrakech. Do NOT underestimate how demanding this climb will be. But if you are fit and invigorated by the prospect of bagging the tallest peak in Morocco, then book this tour ASAP!

  3. Samuel

    contacted several companies offering this tour – few of them didn’t answer, Some did but the communication with them was painful. This company – Toubkal Trekking – answered fast, Mustapha gave me the information that I asked for and everything was organized precisely.
    The trip to the top and down was very nice. It’s not very hard in terms of climbing skills, but you need to be ready for a long walk. The way from the base camp to the top is a little bit harder, especially because of the slippery stones.
    We’ve been in a group of 10 people and we had 2 great guides. The price is included two tasty lunches, one dinner, and one small breakfast.
    The only drawback of this tour was that one girl from the group overestimated her condition and she was constantly slowing the group. She didn’t even bring or rent them before the tour the proper equipment (f.e. nordic sticks and the guide had to give her his own). I have to mention that I understand that not everybody in the group has the same skills and speed, so the group has to respect the tempo of the slowest, however, there are more things:
    On the second day to the top, we woke up at 4 am, ate breakfast and we should start to climb to 4:30 am. This girl was 25 minutes late so, we were delayed because of her since the beginning. During the climb to the top, she stopped many times and gave up. The guides pushed her up physically. It was nice that they tried to help but on the other side this attitude ruined this part of the tour for the rest of the group and because of her we missed the sunrise by 90 minutes – so we woke up at 4 in vain.
    The company also offers a three-day tour to the top, which is ideal for people with no condition like this girl. Guides/companies should demand clients to be on time and split the group or move the client from two days trip to three days if they realize, that there is this kind of issue. Also, the Nordic sticks should be obligatory.

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