At 70 kilometres from Marrakech, this park which bears the name of the highest peak of the High Atlas is breathtaking from every point of view. Created in 1942, it is the oldest park in Morocco. It covers an area of 38,000 hectares and is located in the central part of the High Atlas, between the N'Fiss and Ourika valleys to the east.
Reaching 4,167 m at Mount Toubkal, the highest point in North Africa, the park spreads over a large area of altitude, which gives it a great diversity. Plateaus, cliffs, gorges, green valleys, forests: the flora, as well as the fauna, undeniably find here something to develop and diversify. Among the species recorded are the mouflon, golden eagle, Bonelli's eagle, booted eagle, and the Jean le Blanc circaet.
The Toubkal massif has been one of the mythical places for trekking in Morocco for many years, which can make it a popular place during the summer season. There are, however, many hiking offers to discover the park and its villages, in a responsible approach away from the crowds.
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