‘The perfect short break for runners wanting to experience a magnificent mountainous areas within the Berber culture of Morocco. Acclimatising through an orientation trekking day, followed by varied running routes to suit the individual from intermediate to advanced running experience and ability, we discover new routes with incredible views and terrain.’
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Grade 6 Trek (Strenuous): are for the more serious hill walker and a higher level of physical fitness is required. Walking days are normally 6-8 hours and may involve up to 900m or more in ascent or descent. You should be prepared for several consecutive days walking, often at higher altitudes, so stamina is important.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Departure is usually London Heathrow, this may vary and the specific location will be provided upon booking.
All international and connecting return flights are not included in the EDGE Travel Worldwide trip price per person. If you would like EDGE Travel Worldwide to book your flights, please note there will be a £100 administration fee applied.
|WEAR||Comfortable Clothing for the flight|
Acclimatisation trek to Assaoul summit 2700m via Tizi n'Tamatert pass (2279m.)
Run AM and back to Riad Imlil for lunch. PM run
(Overnight in Riad Imlil)
Azzaden circular day run with packed lunch
N.B. This itinerary can be used for Pro runners and intermediate runners. There is an option for those that are strong and capable to run up to the top of Mt. Toubkal on tha last day (4,189m.) For those that do, the price is the same as shown below.
Transfer to Marrakesh airport
Hours of running each day:
The hours of running depend on the individual. Your run guides will explain the terrain and plan for each day, and you will then be able to decide on what your focus is for the morning and afternoon in terms of run distance and time. The group can be split into smaller groups depending on the overall ability. The itinerary has flexibility built into it, including safety measures in case of injury.
All dietary requirements are catered for including vegetarian, vegan, gluten, wheat, dairy and nut intolerant.
The food for breakfast, lunch and dinner is fresh, packed with energy, essential nutrients, morale boosting, tasty and plenty of it!
Clothing and equipment required for the trekking part of the trip
- Running clothing and footwear suitable for the terrain and all weather conditions
- Daysack to run with carrying essential items including water bottles
- First aid kit including blister pack
- Head torch and spare batteries
- Walking/running poles
- Personal Expenses