Bike to explore High Atlas, Saghro and Oases 8 days

You will go by bike to explore the massive Saghro through valleys or nomadic find shelter and pastures, its trails, beautiful Oasis After driving on the southern folds of M’Goun, the second-highest peak of 4068 meters and in Morocco through the largest palm grove in Morocco Skoura, Valley of the Rose and many other villages, we go back and penetrate the mineral universe of Jebel Saghro. A maze of small tracks forgotten in black volcanic landscapes and vivid orange. The single tracks than are emerging, with a highlight at the foot of Bab’n Ali, “the door of Ali”, symbolized by two impressive peaks.

Itinerary Biking In Valley Of Roses Djebel

Day 1 Ouarzazate

Arrival at the airport transfer to the palm of Ouarzazate, Kasbah or hotel.

Day 2 Skoura – Toundoute

Approximately 35km 
In the morning departure to visit the palm of Ouarzazate towards Toundoute through the Berber villages and Kasbahs. night in the guest house.

Day 3 Toundoute – Agouti – Boutagrar (1600 m)

Approximately 55km
After breakfast, we are at 1800m, we leave around 8 am in a riverbed, we are finally on a mountain plateau. We cross several Berber villages. Lunch at Ait Hamd and quiet climb to the village of Agouti, a walk of 2 hours to cross the gorges of Agouti. Boutagrar night in an inn with the folk evening.

Day 4 Rose Valley – Col de Taalouite – Ait Youl

Approximately 45km MTB
Morning departure 8hoo to the Valley of Roses, Berber village with beautiful Kasbahs and houses built in Pisa, we cross the river and then a steep pass to cross the neck of Taalouite and false arid plateau, land of different colour to the famous Dades valley, we will cross several Berber villages to reach the Dades Valley for lunch. After a short rest, we will continue our path to reach Aguer Nilmchane night in a cottage.

Day 5 Aguer Nilmchane – Tagmoute

Approximately 48 km MTB
We leave our lodging to discover the massive Saghro through valleys where nomads are shelters and pastures, its trails, beautiful oasis we ride easily on any track throughout the valley, nomadic Berber tribe of Ait Atta of Saghro, we will enjoy a magnificent view of the villages lost in the middle of Saghro, possibility to go through the singles (mule track) to get to our camp next to a small village.

Day 6 Tagmoute – Do Bab Ali

Approximately 55 km MTB
Morning departure for the crossing of several villages, less rich, the scarcity of water is obvious, After some km, the possibility to go through trek singles that offer us the panoramic view of the massive Saghro arrived in the village of Ait Assaka Do Ouzzine for lunch. After the nap, a single trek, exceptional landscapes and other reliefs. Overnight camping at the foot of Mount Saghro.

Day 7 Do Bab Ali Nkoub – Ouarzazate – Marrakech

Approximately 28 km MTB
Last day of biking a beautiful descent to the valley crossing villages at the foot of Saghro and a final climb to enjoy a beautiful view of the palm Nkoub

Upon arrival, transfer and loading of bikes lunch on the road and back to Marrakech. Night at the Riad.

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