Toubkal in Winter After the morning to experience exotic Marrakech you head off into the mountains and get onto the trails. From Aremd youâ??ll climb to Neltner (3200m), the base camp for Toubkal, and undertake several walks to get used to the conditions and acclimatise. With three nights at Neltner there is plenty of time to practice with your ice axe and crampons
The Roof of North Africa
The main goal of the trip is to climb summit Jebel Toubkal - North Africaâ??s highest peak (4167m), but there is also time for the sister peak Ouanakrim (4088m). Winter is a more challenging time to climb in the mountains but the rewards are truly inspirational. The mountains are capped with snow and the air is crisp and clear making the views immeasurably more breathtaking.
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