7 Days Biking and hiking Trip In Djebel Of Siroua morocco

A beautiful Biking and hiking Trip In Djebel Of Siroua morocco to discovery of a new El Dorado in this mountainous, isolated between the chain of the Central High Atlas and the great Saharan expanses near the Dades Valley In the land of saffron, this ancient volcanic massif connects the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas. This wild and beautiful area offers a variety of exceptional landscapes:

  • terraced cultures
  • rock formations
  • deep canyons and green valleys contribute to unparalleled beauty

The passages throughout this volcanic chain with its highest point at 3305 meters, allows us the warm meetings with villagers and shepherds thrilled to have visitors in this remote region.

Itinerary Biking In Djebel of siroua

Day 1: Arrive Marrakech

Reception and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: Marrakech – Tidili – Village Tizi – Plateau

16km MTB – Elevation: + 500m
Transfer by mini bus and 4×4 for bikes we pass through Tizi n’Tichka 2260m, to the village of Tizi, lunch and departure by mountain bike, a small mounted by Yallah trail that joins a plateau. Bivouac installation side of a source.

Day 3: Plateau – Amassine

43km MTB + 700-850.
Morning departure to join the first single, we reach the village Ait kalla, the occasion of your first meetings with the inhabitants of the massif. After ascended to the neck of a beautiful Tilimssine down by a mule track to the village Anmid. After admiring the scenery, mounted Amassine who joined the village. Night beside a source, bivouac.

Day 4: Amassine – Plateau Azibs

55km mountain bike. + 850m, -700m
Beautiful day of discovery in the heart of the massif of Siroua, walking with his collar on green plateaus dotted with basalt columns and towering granite blocks. Passage by singles trek to join the fold “Azibs” in Berber. We go through a 2500M collared to reach Tine Iyssane .Our bivouac is installed on the board in the background with the top of Toubkal 2350 m.

Day 5: Plateau – Iderg ane – Dam Aoulouz

43km MTB – Vertical drop: 200 M -1000
We go down in the morning by a single track or for lovers or we discover the village of Araben and a slope of the valley south of the Atlas, The terraced fields of barley and almond trees and also the first argan trees. Arrival to bicycles loading dam, a small transfer 15 KM dam Aoulouz installation in progress cottage.

Day 6: Aoulouz – Ouadouz

50km MTB – Elevation: + 500m – 400m
Early departure for a beautiful mounted freshness in the mountains, a beautiful panoramic view of the valley after the pass, downhill to the place of lunch by the river, we will continue through the villages on the plateau. Arrival and were installing the bivouac.

Day 7: Ouadouz – Marrakech

34km MTB
Last day of biking, we pass through villages and discover their cultures and almond fields, crossing the Tizi does Oulaoune 2100M After a beautiful descent to the Valley Ijoukak. Lunch, loading bicycles and return to Marrakech at the Riad.
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