Walks and Scrambles in the Moroccan Anti-Atlas
The walks and scrambles in this guidebook explore the wild and rugged landscapes of the Anti-Atlas mountains of southern Morocco, with Tafraout and the Ameln Valley as the main base.
41 adventurous routes of between 3 and 40km include Jebel el Kest, Adra Mkorn and Ait Mansour, with an outline of a 1 week long-distance trek across the north-west Anti-Atlas.
Walks are mainly moderate to difficult, and scrambles are Grade 1 to Grade 3+, with ropes being required for some sections.
Often remote and challenging, the routes are suitable for confident walkers and scramblers with good navigation skills.
Each route description is accompanied by mapping, with some photo topos to aid route finding in tricky sections.
The guidebook also gives background information on the people, culture and history of the region, as well as a wealth of advice on planning a trip, making it an indispensable guide to exploring this dramatic region.
The mountains and landscapes of the Anti-Atlas extend over 300km north east from the Atlantic Ocean to Jebel Sirwa (3305m). This guidebook covers an extensive area in the north-west of the region.
The spectacular, rugged surroundings include mountains, gorges, valleys and desert landscapes - whether it is the iconic Lion's Face which dominates the Ameln Valley and the Tafraout oasis, the deep canyons of Ait Mansour, the ancient villages of the Ameln Valley, or the Tanalt backcountry.
Author: David Wood
No of Pages: 256
Page Size: 116 x 172 mm
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Published Date: November 2018
Edition: 1st edition, Nov 2018
Illustrations: Colour photos and maps
Cicerone Guide Book: Walks and Scrambles in the Moroccan Anti-Atlas
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