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A popular finale to a trek in the Atlas Mountains, an ascent of Mount Toubkal, at just over 4,000 metres, is a substantial achievement for students.

The highest mountain in the Atlas Mountains, North Africa, and the Arab World, Mount Toubkal sits above the town of Aremd and offers unsurpassed panoramas of Morocco and the incredible Atlas Mountains.

Groups making the climb will ascend the valley, past the shrine of Sidi Chamharouche, spending a night at the base camp refuge before attempting the summit. An intense and highly rewarding adventure, those who wish to summit Mount Toubkal are treated to a view that is granted only to those who push hard enough. 


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