The High Atlas Mountains of Morocco are the greatest mountain chain in North Africa. Stretching through Morocco for over 600kms towards the Algerian border in the east, the highest summits are over 4000m high......
We are a small independent professional mountain guiding business with years of experience in leading groups & individuals to some of the most remote and unspoilt areas in this fabulous mountain range. Everyone who works with & alongside us has an in-depth knowledge of the High Atlas through either having lived there or by visiting so many times that they may as well! still want to know more about us? - read on
We have also written the first English-language guidebook to winter walking, climbing and scrambling right across the Moroccan High Atlas. Read a review of it here.
Ever been in a mountain region where you wished you had known just that bit
more before you went?! Well when it comes to the High Atlas mountains, wish
no longer! We're in the business of giving you information to help you plan
your trip to the Moroccan High Atlas - whether your goal is a winter ascent on
a 4000m peak by a remote route or a trekking trip in spring sunshine. What's
more - free information!
Facebook - "like" our page and we'll answer a few questions for you totally free!
Guidebook we'll answer any of your questions (within reason!) by email; help you arrange the logistics of your self-guided trip &/or link you up with highly recommended professional guides if it's a guided trip you're after and throw in (by that we mean post you!) a signed copy of our book. All that for the book RRP of £15 + p&p
"the trip was excellent - your planning, organisation & professionalism were all first class. I hope we continue this link with you for the forseeable future"
"it was the best holiday of my life - the variety in the scenery was also incredible...."
"it was then and still remains a mighty experience!
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