Skiing is not something normally associated with North Africa, but being a nation of surprises, it should come as no surprise that you can. Trekkers on foot or on horses and mules will get a very different experience to the one you will get as a skier, in the depths of a Moroccan winter.
Descending a mountain such as Toubkal or M’Goun on skis is obviously much quicker and more instantly exhilarating, but you will also get to view the ancient High Atlas from different places and perspectives, not necessarily available to those on foot. The top of North Africa is a very beautiful place.
All of your guides and team are well-trained and drawn from the local population. Your safety and enjoyment is always at the top of their agenda.
All of the treks listed can be changed, extended or shortened to meet your requirements. Treks can start on any day to suit your needs.
From the Toubkal refuge, your skiing adveture will take you and your group down the slopes of some of North Africa's most formidable mountains. At the end of your adventure, your experienced guides will take you through the beautiful Imnan Valley.