Alabaré 50km High Atlas Mountain Challenge.



Challenge yourself, tick that box on your bucket list, and see the real Morocco while raising valuable funds for Alabaré.

This amazing challenge, taking place on 18 - 21 May 2022, will see you transported to exotic North Africa, to take part in a 50km long, challenging trek in the spectacular High Atlas Mountains. Experience Berber villages, mountain trails, and the exotic souks of Marrakech.  

Arriving into Marrakech, you will be transferred to the High Atlas Mountains where after lunch, the 50km challenge trek through the High Atlas Mountains will begin.  You will trek on wide trails, over passes and through beautiful valleys reaching remote Berber villages.  On the Thursday and Friday nights you camp under huge African skies, with plentiful food freshly prepared by our team of Moroccan chefs.  After completing the trek, you will be transferred to your hotel in Marrakech for a shower and celebration meal!  The trip ends in Marrakech on the Sunday, with lunch on a roof top restaurant and hopefully with time to explore the famous souk, and barter for bargains, before returning to the airport for your flight home.

The Highlights...

A 50km trekking challenge;

A fully supported trek with Moroccan mountain guides and a UK Tribal Tracks leader;

A stunning route through the beautiful High Atlas;

Camping under massive African skies;

Excellent, fresh, traditional food prepared by our Moroccan cooks;

A final night celebration to salute the group’s impressive achievement;

Some time to explore the souks and soak up the atmosphere of Marrakech on the final day.

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