Bespoke trekking holidays in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.

Saghro Trek (6 days)

The Jebel Sarhro mountain range offers spectacular panoramas. This is a great place to discover with local guides on a mountain bike trip or on a week trek!

Saghro Trek (6 days)


The Jebel Sarhro lays South of the Dades Valley and North of the Sahara, from the West to the East between the Draa and Ziz valleys with a maximum elevation of 2712m. It is a remote rural region, with a population of 68.000 inhabitants, uneasy to reach except two oasis little towns, N’Kob and Tazzarine which are located along the only asphalted road of the area at the foot of the mountain.


Day 1: Transfer from Marrakech to Nekob in the Sahro mountains

A journey of 300 kms including the Tichka Pass and the town of Ouarzazate. We load the mules and set off for a short walk to our first night’s accommodation in a Berber house (gite).

Day 2: Oasis Tifdassine – Irhazzoune n’Imlass

This is a day of easy walking – about 5 hours in total – including the oasis of Tifdassine (1210m) to arrive at our camp near Irhazzoune n’Imlass.

Day 3: Amguis Valley – Bab n’Ili – Ousdidene

Today’s route is along the Amguis Valley through the village of Amguis (1400m) and on past interesting rock formations to arrive, after about 6 hours, at Boilouz where we camp at the oasis.

Day 4: Boilouz – Afourar Valley – Igli Oasis – Tassigdelt

Over the course of the day we climb 700m to Tassigdelt, passing the small village if Igli on the way. We camp at Tassigdelt after a walk of about 6 hours.

Day 5: Tassigdelt – Kouaouch – Almou n’Ouarg

Today we reach the summit of Kouaouch (2600m) before descending to our camp site at 2300m. A total of 6 hours walking..

Day 6: Iferd – Allili – Plateau de Tagdiite – Dades Valley – Ouarzazte – Marrakech

Today we walk down to the Dades Valley, crossing Iferd (2450m) on the way, before picking up our transport for the 6 to 7 hour journey back to Marrakech.

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