More than 7 days
Include 0 accommodation night/s
Arabic, English, French, Spanish
Suitable for reduced mobility people
Includes photo report
This activity has discounts for
Kids (1-14 years) €450
Groups (+7 people) €495
Venture and come to Morocco to experience a unique bike ride through the high Atlas mountains and its narrow roads.
The Great Atlas
The great Atlas mountain range runs through North Africa and the Sahara desert, with peaks that surpass 4,000 meters of altitude. As it passes through Morocco, there are valleys and narrow passages of great scenic beauty, such as the pass of Tizi n'Tmatert, a pass of 2,300 meters.
Also known as Tichka High, it is the highest road crossing in North Africa. This narrow passage links Marrakech with the city of Ouarzazate and is known for being the door to the Sahara desert. A road that delights tourists and lovers of high mountain biking.
A fascinating 5-day tour
Day 1: Imlil-Imnane valley-Imi Oughlad:
At 9:30 am we will go by bicycle to Tizi n'Tmatert (we will probably have lunch there or near Tachdert). After lunch we will rest with some tea at the top and continue cycling to the Amgdoul towards the city of Asni, among the Berber villages to enjoy a wonderful landscape. We will spend the night in a Berber house.
Day 2: Imi oughlad - Tizi n Techt - Tizi Oussem:
After breakfast, we will take a different bicycle route towards the Azzaden valley through Imi Oughlad and the Ait Maizane valleys. Arriving at the pass of the Tizi n Techt mountain, we will have our lunch with a great view on the foot of the high mountains of the atlas, with the possibility of admiring the impressive views before descending to the valley of Azzaden and the colorfoul mountains. We will spend the night in a Berber house.
Day 3: Ait zitton - Toulkin - Tnirt:
After the breakfast, we will transfer to Lkhmiss n'Tizigin where we will begin the route on the Asphalt road in the direction of Tizigin to start the excursion, surrounded by a beautiful landscape of the great juniper forest of the Amizmiz valley. We will have lunch in Toulkin, under the walnut trees. After lunch, we will continue cycling to Tnirt through Berber villages, where most people live off agriculture: corn, wheat and barley. We will spend the night in the guest house.
Day 4: Tnirt - Imi n'Tala - Amezmiz:
We will have breakfast and we will start the bicycle route for about half an hour along the banks of the river to take the road that leads between Imi n'Tala and Tnirte until the Amizmiz trailer. We will have lunch and then cross again and reach the Amizmiz river and the town of Taghanchout, where we will spend the night in a Berber house.
Day 5: Amizmiz - Kik Plateau - Marrakech:
On the last day, we will have breakfast and ride a bicycle through the high plateau of the Kik High Atlas plateau to explore the Berber life and have good views of the High Atlas mountain range and Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in the north of Africa with 4167 meters of altitude. We will continue cycling by Tiwli in the direction of the villages of Tagoum. Includes lunch and transfer back to Marrakech.
"Come to the Atlas of Morocco and discover this impressive narrow passage at high altitude and enjoy one of the best views of this great mountain range."
Day 1: Imlil-Imnane valley-Imi Oughlad:
Beginning from at 9h30, biking up toward Tizi n’Tmatert( a pass up to 2300m), probably you can have lunch over there if you start too late, if not you can have it nearby Tachdert(is a village), after lunch you will Take a rest with some tea at the top and keep biking to the Amgdoul for lunch there, after lunch you have the all the way down heading Asni town between the Berber villages enjoying a wonderful landscape.
overnight at a Berber house.
Day 2: Imi oughlad – Tizi n Techt – Tizi Oussem:
After breakfast, we will take a different bike route heading towards Azzaden valley via Imi Oughlad and Ait Mizane valley. Upon reaching the mountain pass Tizi n Techt we will have our lunch in a great view over the Footer of the high atlas mountains, with a chance to take in the impressive views before the descent to Azzaden valley and so colourfully mountains, the night at the berber house.
Elevation : +519 m /-100m
Day 3: Ait zitton – Toulkin – Tnirt:
After the breakfast, transfer to Lkhmiss n’Tizigin or start biking from there in the Asphalt road towards Tizigin for a bige climb in this tour, with a landscape on the big forest of Juniper trees in Amizmiz Valley, then arrive to Toulkin where you have lunch at a Berber village under the walnut trees, after lunch you will keep biking towards Tnirt via many Berber villages to have nigh in the special village, where the most of people living on the agriculture, the felids of corn and wheat and barely cover the area, where you can see the Berber work by the hand machines and wood ones in the farms the really Berber farmers.
Overnight in The guest house.
Day 4: Tnirt – Imi n’Tala – Amezmiz :
Wake up and have breakfast, then keep biking for approximately half an hour on the river to take the road which is leading between Imi n’Tala and Tnirte all the way down to Amizmiz tow where you have lunch then cycle back across where hade nigh in the second day Ait zitoun to Arrive at the river of Amizmiz, biking up to reach the village of Taghanchout for head the village where you have last night with a Berbers.
Overnight at the Berber house.
Day 5: Amizmiz – Kik Plateau – Marrakech:
Wake in the advance to discover how the Berbers start their own day, After breakfast we will biking all the way across the big and beautiful Plateau in the High Atlas Kik Plateau to explore another type of Berber life in the flat, as you will have a great view on the range of High Atlas mountains include the Mount of Toubkal the Highest peak in the north Africa 4167m of altitude, keep biking across Tiwli heading Tagoum villages Lunch and transfer back To Marrakech.
This activity can be cancelled and fully refunded up to 24 hours after booking.
After this time, MTB Morocco has established that you have up to 5 days before the activity to cancel and get a refund.
If the activity had to be cancelled because of weather conditions, you would have a full refund.