Trekking Jbel Toubkhal, Morocco - 4167m
is the highest mountain in North Africa so is a popular trekking peak. It offers the challenge of tackling a 4000m peak without
any technical challenges, set amidst beautiful scenery in a fascinating country. What's more, it can be done in a couple
of days so can even be completed in a long weekend trip, which makes it far more accessible than peaks such as Kilimanjaro.
There are many possible routes which lead trekkers towards an ascent of Jbel Toubkhal and these can take anything
from 2-7 days, often providing superb lower altitude trekking which acts as good acclimatisation for an ascent of Toubkhal.
However, whichever route you approach the mountain from, most people climb to the summit via the South Cwm.
light of this, the route described here is the most simple route, trekking from the village of Imlil to the Neltler Hut and
then summiting from there. It should be noted that any trekkers attempting this route are advised to spend some time acclimatising
beforehand in order to combat altitude sickness and maximise their chances of summit success.