Morocco is renowned for its remarkable natural diversity that spans from its warm coastline to the isolated landscapes of its interior. This fascinating country offers a variety of experiences for visitors, ranging from peaceful beach vacations to thrilling mountain getaways. For many, however, the pinnacle of their Moroccan adventure is trekking.

Novice hikers can enjoy leisurely trips to the Atlas Mountains during the summer months. Meanwhile, experienced trekkers seeking a serious challenge can brave some of Africa’s most challenging terrain during the harsh, snow-covered winters. Morocco has something to offer for every traveler who ventures into its sprawling valleys and towering peaks.

Here, we’ve picked some of our favourite treks below :

Jebel Toubkal The Central High Atlas is home to North Africa’s highest peak, Jebel Toubkal, which towers at 4167m and...

During winter, the High Atlas can be difficult to trek due to heavy snow, but the Jebel Saghro mountain range...

If you avoid climbing the high peaks like M’Goun itself (4071m), the traverse of the M’Goun Massif in the Central...