Climb in one of the best climbing destinations in Morocco with high walls of red limestone. Located to the Southern part of Morocco these wall offer innumerable routes covering large area to climb. Blue sky and beautiful location with good and relaxing hotels and food available.
Rafting & KAYAKING
Melt water from the Atlas Mountains in the spring gives the best recipe to try white water rafting and kayaking in the Ahansal, N’Fiss or Ourika River. An hour or two from Marrakech are these best rafting rivers. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or a pro, these rivers offer a great variety to suit your abilities. A kayaking trip down one of several rivers in morocco affords some of the most picturesque topography underneath the always prevalent Moroccan sunshine.
Morocco has some of the world’s best walks, hikes and treks, ranging from famous mountain hiking and trekking trails in the Atlas such as the Jebel Toubkal Circuit to remoter delights such as the Jebel Sarho and Jebel Siroua and the Rif Mountains. Hiking is popular in Morocco, and you can stay overnight in huts (refuges), rural homes (and even castles), or camp. Walking, hiking and trekking tours and holidays in Morocco are so varied that everyone’s taste and energy levels can be met.
Ride through sleepy Berber villages via quiet tracks where you may pass a donkey or two. Ride to ‘the valley of the roses’, world renown for the growing of the fabulously scented Damascus rose and a classified UNESCO site or to Ouarzazate and the heart of the south. Pass through a deserted valley, following the Oued (river) and end the day in the ‘gardens of Ouarzazate’, the lush green sanctuary of a vast plantation of palm trees. Ride through the M’Goun Valley one of the most beautiful valleys in Morocco and head towards the mythic gorges of the Dades, a must see before you die place.
Warm up on the beginner slope, where J-bar surface lifts haul you up the hill old-school style. Once you've got your ski legs, pop your bindings and head for the donkeys at the base of the slopes to hitch a ride to the chairlift. There are two resorts: Mischliffen, near Fès, and Oukaïmden, near Marrakesh. Mischliffen is little more than a sledding hill, with unreliable snow coverage and two surface lifts. Oukaïmden, Morocco's only true ski resort, has super-steeps, a whopping 1000m vertical drop, and North Africa's highest lift – a fixed-grip double chair to the mountain's rocky, treeless, wind-whipped summit, 3,265m (10,711ft) above sea level.
Haven for surfers of all levels and is blessed with year round swells and great beaches. Ride the waves at Taghazout region, 22km (14 miles) north of Agadir, is the perfect surfing spot for everyone from beginner to advanced surfers. Surf instructors and schools are very common here, so if you’re new to surfing this is a great place to start. Essaouira is one of Morocco’s most popular surf spots. Wave amplitude varies throughout the year, but generally winter and fall are the best times for surfing.