Trekking in the Atlas Mountains

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Cicerone Press, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 155 pages
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The Atlas Mountains of Morocco offer an incredible variety of scenery, climate and terrain, where the Berbers' way of life has changed little in a thousand years. There are also opportunities to walk and climb throughout the year, making it a particularly desirable destination for the outdoor enthusiast. This new edition, now fully updated, provides you with all the information to help make your trip a successful one.The guide includes a useful introduction providing all the practical advice you will require as a visitor to Morocco. Detailed descriptions of walks to the three regions of Toubkal, Mgoun Massif and Jebel Sahro are given, and there is a separate chapter on other areas for walking in Morocco.A comprehensive appendix is also included, outlining useful addresses, bibliography and a glossary with information on the traverses and ski-touring possibilities in the area.

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Karl Smith is an experienced mountaineer and explorer, and has written a number of articles and guides, including a guide to the mountains of Turkey, also published by Cicerone.

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