This 6 hour, guided walk is ideal for those who want to experience the Atlas Mountains and the magnificent scenery as well as learn the way of the people in their local customs.
Starting from Imlil (1740m), the main starting point for treks into the High Atlas, it is a circular walk along mule tracks and through the typical Berber villages of Tinerhourhine, Ikiss and Amsakero where we will have our picnic lunch. We will return to Imlil via Aguerssioual along the valley of Ait Mizane. The walk is not difficult but includes the crossing of two passes, Tametert (2279m) and Aguerssioual (2260m) from where there are spectacular views across the Toubkal region.
If you wish to spend the night in Imlil (a busy market town with shops and cafes and a major trekking centre), we can arrange accommodation to suit your needs (hotel or local house). Alternatively you might wish to spend the night in the more traditional village of Aremd, a little further up the valley towards Toubkal. Here there is also the option of visiting the village Hamman (steam bath) and walking along traffic free lanes and alleys, before enjoying a traditional meal in your guest house.