Toubkal is the highest peak in the Atlas mountain range and is located in Morocco. It is the highest
mountain peak in Morocco and North Africa and the seventh highest in Africa, with a height of 4167 m. Jebel Toubkal belongs to the High Atlas mountain range, which is located in its western part.
It is located in the province of Al Haouz, 82 km south of Marrakesh, and is located within the Toubkal
National Park, which has an area of 380 km².

Large numbers of tourists flock to Mount Toubkal annually to enjoy its charming landscapes.

Information about Mount Toubkal

Mount Toubkal is known as the highest mountain peaks in the Atlas mountain ranges, and we will explain in the following the most important information related to it:

  • Mount Toubkal is called Jabal Al-Duran, or Jabal Al-Hayat.
  • Toubkal is considered the highest mountain peak in Morocco and North Africa.
  • Jebel Toubk occupies the seventh place in terms of altitude in the mountain peaks in Africa, with
    a height of about 4167 meters, or about 13,671 feet. It is the highest mountain peak in the Arab world.

Best time to visit Jebel Toubkal

April and May (spring period) are the best months to visit Mount Toubkal; This is due to the cold temperatures, which are suitable for the majority, in addition to the lack of rain and snowfall.
As for the months of June, July, and August, the very high temperatures in them may make the process of climbing the mountain very difficult, while large amounts of snow and rain fall in the winter months, which leads to its accumulation on the slopes; Therefore, it is not recommended to visit the mountain and climb it during that period.

It is worth noting that the most appropriate times to go, and enjoy the climb up the mountain; To reach its summit away from the crowds of tourists and climbers is towards the end of May, the beginning of June, the end of August and the beginning of September, and although it is possible to go and climb the mountain at any time of the year, The climbers may face a number of troubles and dangers in some months, knowing that the question of time will not be an obstacle to those looking for adventure and the challenge of climbing this mountain.

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