M'goun Massif
M'goun Massif
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Ana G
Sao Joao do Estoril, Portugal31 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Friends
I hiked the M'Goun 3 times. Each time I said: this was amazoing, but I won't do it again. And then I go back to it. It's beautiful, it's tiring, it's a place to enjoy having nothing but the beautiful shadows of clouds over you.
Written 11 June 2020
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Evgenii S
Moscow, Russia146 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
A great desire to touch the African snow moved us to the mt. M'goun . It looked extremely tempting from blooming orchards of Bougomez valley . On the third day we reached it summit and were awarded with clear weather and beautiful views in all directions . We were very happy ! On the way back the weather began to deteriorate and in the second night of descent our tent was covered with enormous snow . It complicated the search for the trail but added colors to our hike . It was fantastic beauty .
Written 23 December 2018
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Andria F
London, UK26 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
We are very happy with this trip

6 days hiking in Mgoun ait bougmez valley was very beautiful we recommend imlil-trekking.com for one like to hiking in high atlas central.
Written 24 November 2018
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Dana C
Nelson, New Zealand49 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
My partner and I went hiking in Ait Bougmez valley in September. Unfortunately we didn't realise we would have had time to hike the M'Goun massif but it looks great so I'd recommend it. Mohammad from Gite Imarin kindly agreed to be our guide when we turned up at the last minute on a public holiday (Eid). The valley is very beautiful and I would definitely recommend visiting. And if you come to visit Ait Bougmez then Gite Imarin is a lovely place to stay. We only stopped here for lunch but it was by far the nicest place we saw during our four days in the area.

The hike was the highlight of our trip to Morocco. We started in Tabant and walked through the valley, stopping on the way for a HUGE lunch and a siesta at Gite Imarin. After lunch we walked on to Arouz. On the way we walked through an impressive gorge and saw a big soccer match. We stayed the night at a Gite in Arouz.

The next morning we hiked over Jebel Tafenfant. It was awesome to get up into the mountains and even though we were away from everything Mohammad and the muleteer, Joseph, still put on an impressive lunch and provided us with sleeping mats so we could have a siesta under the trees. That night we stayed in Rougoult with a local family. It was really interesting getting to see inside the mud houses and how families live up here. The following day we walked to Abachkou and stayed at a Gite there.

We were so glad that Mohammad was there on the trip with us. He spoke very good Arabic/Berber/French/Spanish but limited English. Despite this, we managed to get with my limited Spanish and Mohammad was always friendly and informative and went out of his way to make sure we were happy. I would highly recommend him as a guide!
Written 9 October 2017
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travelnomadNZ
Cambridge, New Zealand3,616 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Friends
Amazing sights if M'goun Massif in Maroc. Stunning views, best keep secret. The Atlas mountains have many secrets. A geologists paradise. Barren passes similar to Nelson Lakes National Park New Zealand.

Hint: sunscreen, suitable footwear, suitable clothing, solar charger, good camera, and take your time
Written 10 June 2017
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1999traveler1999
Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany219 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Solo
The trip from Azilal to the ait bougmmez was one of the best trips I have done in Maroc. Its very beautiful to vcome over the barren pass into the lush valley of ait bougmmez. Pretty villages.
Written 12 September 2015
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ErrachikiB
Marrakech, Morocco2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Family
Nice walk up to the summit starting from Dar Aya Atlas with 2 nights outside in tents was extremely good
Written 25 September 2014
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mountaingoat7
Azilal, Morocco12 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Couples
The Secluded Mountain Kingdom
The Atlas Mountains is the country where the existence of a splendid afterlife is undoubtedly agreed upon. The Bouguemez valley, nicknamed ‘Happy Valley’ for the purported disposition of its inhabitants, remains by all accounts Morocco’s most stunning high-altitude destination besides the Toubkal National Park just south of Marrakesh, which would usually be mobbed with trekking-minded tourists at summer times. The Bouguemez Valley is, on the other hand, described as “the best-kept secret in Morocco.”
Trip-dossier:
The Bouguemez valley resembles the secluded mountain kingdom of the travellers’ imagination. The land is intensely cultivated in precise geometric patterns that form intricate mosaics on the fertile valley floor. Scattered here and there are clusters of fortified houses made from the same red clay that they rest on and stacked like blocks turned out from a child’s sand bucket.
Written 30 April 2014
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TA L
St. John's, Canada106 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had fun climbing the mountain. We had five days of acclimatization on M'Goun first which really helped. It's a long way down and out to the village so you might consider making it a three day trip. We camped but I hear the mountain hut is quite nice.
Written 10 October 2013
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taguleft
marrakech85 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2011 • Couples
this peak is close to the valley heureuse, or Ait bougumez valley. this peak is far away from the touristic areas, it s graded D in the winter and C in the summer. but the peak is harder than toubkal. m goun is 4071m, and you need at least 5 days to do it.and there is a hut on the way on the altitude of 2900m, called tarkaddyte on a small plateau.mules are used for all the equipement.
Written 15 December 2011
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