The Asni Valley is hardly an hour’s drive from the city of Marrakech. It is the valley that deploys the beauty and purity of nature still largely intact and it offers a haven of peace of calm after the tumult of Marrakech. For reache this valley,you will cross landscapes with infinite shades.
This village does not have any particular interest but it marks the moment of choice between continuing straight towards Marigha, Ouirgane and Tizi towards Imlil and the Jebel Toubkal, the highest point of the atlas.
Imlil is a small village at 1740 meters above sea level in the atlas. It is located near the Jebel Toubkal, at 4167 meters, the highest peak in Morocco and North Africa.
This charming little mountain village is the obligatory crossing point of all hikers who wish to undertake the 4167 m of Mount Toubkal. Located 64 km from Marrakech.
It is also a gateway to the superb national park of Toubkal. Created in 1942 and covering an area of 38 000 hectares, this park offers the opportunity to make superb hikes. 38 000 ha, this park offers the possibility to make great hikes.