Two Valleys Trek

The Two Valleys Trek is designed to take you through the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and up 3550m to the Likmet Pass, to Oukaimden, a sometime ski resort. During your 2-day trek, you will spend time with the native people and have the opportunity to see how they live and explore their culture and countryside. The journey will take you through plenty of villages and the group will stop for mint tea at one of these, somewhere along the route.

Should you wish to make any alterations to your adventure then do not hesitate to contact Brahim and Mohamed to discuss your options.

All treks are led and supervised by qualified and experienced guides and mule handlers, drawn from the local populace.

Itinerary

Day One - Imlil – Tizi n’Tamaterte – Tachddirt

The first day is about 5-6 hours walking and starts from Imlil at 1740m and takes you towards the Imnan Valley, via Tizi N’tamater (2300m) and finally to the last village in the valley, Tachddirt. Your night will be spent in a guesthouse there.

Day Two - Tachddirt –Ouanskra- Ikkis – Tizi n’Aguersiwal – Aguersiwal – Imlill

The second day is also around 5-6 hours walking and will take you along the incredible Imnan Valley, across the river and up to Tizi Aguersiwal at 2100m and then down to the Aguersiwal main village in time for lunch. From there, your transport will take you back to Imlil.

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Latest Visitor Reviews

  • Emer

    visited on 2nd July 2016

    I can highly recommend this trekking company, for their efficiency, kindness and ability to provide all thats needed for a great experience. When my partner realized that he had an allergy to mules, Mohamed went out of his way to re-route our trek and provide excellent places to stay in berber villages, away from the mules, at no extra charge. We were very impressed by this kindness. Jamal, our guide, was a sensitive, attentive, competent guide, and we enjoyed trekking with him. He amazed us with his capacity to trek in intense heat without water and food, because it was Ramadan. Mohamed, our cook never quite got to grips with cooking for two people, and provided us with more food than we could eat. We did feel guilty about wasting food in a place where many people have so little.