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TREKKING in Morocco

The northern coast along the Mediterranean Sea is made up of fertile land that rises to elevations of about 8,000 feet (2,400 meters).

The Atlas Mountains run between the Atlantic coasts in the southwest to the Mediterranean Sea in the northeast.

Finally, the semiarid area in the south and east known as Western Sahara connects Morocco with the vast African Sahara Desert.

It has an amazing and incredible trekking destination from all over the world which offers you many and many trekking sights that we are proud to offer you the chance to experience.

 

-THE ANTI ATLAS MOUNTAINS-

The Anti-Atlas is a desolate world of rocky outcrops and lunar landscapes where the contrasts are extreme.

Most of the land is dry and barren, but water gathers and runs in some remote places, forming clear basins. Villages in the area are limited to a few small houses surrounded by palm trees.

The easternmost points of the anti-Atlas are the Djebel Sarhro Mountains and its eastern boundary is set by sections of the High Atlas range.

– THE MIDDLE ATLAS MOUNTAINS-

The Middle Atlas is a portion of the Atlas mountain range lying in Morocco completely Call.

The Middle Atlas is the westernmost of three Atlas Mountains chains that define a wide plateaued basin extending eastward into Algeria.

South of the Middle Atlas and separated by the Moulouya and Oum Er-Rbia rivers, the High Atlas stretches for 700 km (430 mi) with a succession of peaks Among All which ten reach above 4,000 meters (13,000 ft).

North of the Middle Atlas and separated by the Sebu River, the Rif mountains are an extension of the Cordillera Baetic (Baetic mountains, All which include the Sierra Nevada) in the south of Spain.

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