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Singletrack Mtb In High Atlas Mountains

Fancy a Singletrack mountain biking trip in the beautiful Atlas Mountains? Mountain Bike Morocco offers you a bike cycle tour starting from Marrakech to the Atlas Mountains. From the High Atlas Mountains (Toubkal National Park) to the south of Morocco, Explore the Berber Valley traditions, culture and lifestyle!

Day 1: Home – Marrakech:

Transfer from the airport to Marrakech hotel or Riad, Welcome by our team, to have a short chat about the real great adventure across the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco.

Day 2 : Marrakech – Imlil – Tachdirt:

Waking early, you will take a leisurely breakfast before leaving Marrakech to Imlil to Tachdirte through Tizi n’Tamaterte pass (2279m), with nice views over the high Atlas mountains you will continue until Tachdirte village. Night at the Berber house. 18 km with extra single track
Distance: 18 – 22 km
Elevation : +660 m /-430m

​Day 3: Tachdirte – Oukaimeden – Ousertk – Imsker or Imi oughlad:

From Tachdirte 2 hour hiking to the pass Tizi n’Addi. the mules Carry your bikes up to the pass, then biking down to the ‘ski resort of Oukaimeden’ and visit the engraving rupestrian rocks then head down to the village of Imsker via the beautiful and typical Berber village of Ousertk. Night at a Berber house.  25km, the night at the Berber house. 25km
Distance: 28km
Elevation : +519 m /-100m

Day 4: Imi oughlad – Imi oughlad – Tizi n Techt – Tizi Oussem:

You will start with a tough climb to the head of the second pass of the week. The climb is optional an uplift can be arranged for those who are not up for the challenge. There is easier and faster singletrack than on the first day. At the bottom of this singletrack, there is a shop where you can grab a coke and cake before setting off again on the next climb. At the top of this climb, you will face a short section of very technical singletrack. From here you will all drop into the lodge where you will be staying for the night and have lunch. Enjoy the rest of the evening visiting the area and its landscapes.
Distance: 28km
Elevation : +519 m /-100m

Day 5: Tizi oussem – Tamsoult waterfalls – Ouirgane:

Today is a challenging ride to the highest pass in the Atlas Mountains at 2,450M where we will experience the majestic waterfalls. The descent will take us into one of the Absolute Berber villages in the Azzaden valley. Today we will have lunch under the walnut trees at the confluence of the Azzaden and N’fis valleys. Overnight in a guest house.
Distance: 27 km of biking,
Elevation : +1100 m / -500m

Day 6: Ouirgane – Tizi Ouezla  – kik Plateau –  (amezmiz)– Marrakech:

Today We start our adventure early in the clean air of the amazing mountains climbing to Tizi Ouzla we stop for an overview of the Atlas mountain range. We continue on to Tizi Ouaddou one of the older villages in the area. After long biking, we will stop for lunch in the fields to enjoy a Mint Tea and some local specialities. We continue on from here to Amezmiz to experience the local people and explore their customs and culture. This is the end of the tour and we will arrive in Marrakech late in the afternoon. Overnight Hotel Riad.
Distance: 30km
Elevation : +219 m /-500m

Day 7: Marrakech – Back home

we’ll visit the famous exotic and frenetic Jamaa el Fna Square declared Cultural Heritage by UNESCO and located at the entrance of the Medina. At the agreed time, transfer to the airport.

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