Family Atlas Mountains Trekking


Most modern families are struggling with new-age problems. 
Children are not getting undisturbed time with their parents. They are disconnected from nature and do not see themselves as a part of it. Most are not accustomed to hardship. Resilience to deal with the ups and downs of life is lacking. Opportunities to become independent and gain confidence are sorely lacking.
This is where trekking comes in. We have found that, with expert facilitation, trekking provides immense opportunities for parents and children to understand each other better. Children have opportunities to practice empathy, express gratitude, become more confident, and get accustomed to hardship. Parents have time to step back and reflect on their growth as a family.
All this happens amid nature, with a sense of unbridled joy. It’s an experience impossible to replicate elsewhere.
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Tour info

8 days
Tour Type:
Group size:
Min 4 Max 16


Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech, transfer to Riad for check-in.
Day 2: A scenic drive to the foothills of the Western High Atlas Mountains, followed by an acclimatization hike and overnight stay in a bivouac or refuge.
Day 3: Hiking through the Assif n’Ait Oussaden valley, passing walnut groves and a spring, then spending the night in a bivouac or refuge.
Day 4: Morning hike through walnut groves and fields, crossing the Tizi n’Tagdalte, and descending to the valley of Assif n’Ait Oussaden for the night.
Day 5: Trekking to a small waterfall at Azib Tamsoulte, crossing the Tizi ‘n Mzik pass, and returning to Imlil for the night in a Riad.
Day 6: Hiking around the village, ascending to Tidili Pass, then descending to the valley for lunch under walnut trees before transferring back to Marrakech.
Day 7: Exploring Medina, Jamaa El Fna square, souks, and monuments like Koutoubia Mosque and Bahia Palace, followed by a farewell dinner.
Day 8: Transfer to the airport for departure.