THE HIGHEST SUMMIT IN THE REGION
Trip from Agadir: 5 hours
Mount Adrar N’Dern is located southeast of Jbel Toubkal (Western High Atlas). Hikers love its ascent, which takes place gradually over the increasingly mineral ridge line. From the top of the Adrar N’dern massif, the walk is a succession of landscapes over the Anti-Atlas, the Siroua Massif to the south, and the Toubkal National Park to the north.
This summit is the least frequented of the peaks over 4000 meters in Morocco. The Adrar Ndern is a stage of the great trekkings crossing the High Atlas. It often precedes the ascent of Jbel Toubkal and Ouanakrim via Lake Ifni . Contact a mountain guide to organize this trek.
How to get there:
From Agadir, head in the direction of Taroudant – Aoulouz (30.676772, -8.172276), by simply taking the N10 then go in the direction of the Tifnout Valley at point: 30.700506, -8.153250. The village of Amsouzart (31.012290, -7.831664) is a good starting point for Adrar N’dern and you can organize all your logistics for this trek there.
On the road, you can see the impressive dams of Aoulouz: dam 1: 30.692895, -8.137822 dam 2: 30.734532, -7.980902.
- Hiking – High Mountain
- Discovery of the High Atlas