Siroua Trek 7 Days - 7 Days

Ourika valley Morocco trekking with Trek In Morocco

Siroua Trek

This trek takes you to the Anti-Atlas, technically another mountain range, which you can access through the High Atlas. The object of the trek is to ascend the Djebel Sirwa, a beautiful peak surrounded by striking villages, the sheep pens of Irhiri and the stunning views that come with any Morocco trek.

Private Siroua treks

Minimum of 2 Adults required for private treks. Children under 10 years old can join private treks for 50% of the Adult price.

Shared Siroua treks 7 days
We have a selection of dates for shared Siroua treks. The shared Siroua treks enable you to join an existing group. We operate the shared Siroua treks on set days each month. If you don’t find the date that you require, you can ask us to start a new shared trek for the date that you require.

The  Siroua treks offer you the opportunity to join a group and join the trek at the discounted group rates.

The prices depend upon how many people also book the same date:

A minimum of 2 people are required for a shared Siroua trek to operate on each date.

If more people book the shared trek for the same date, then you will recieve a discount. .

The booking system is secure and we never get to see your card or payment details. You complete your reservation via our online booking partner. Our online booking partner operates the booking system securely and is available to help you with your planning for your trek and any questions that you may have.

 Located south of the Toubkal Massif, a hundred kilometers as the crow flies from Marrakech, Jebel Siroua (3305m) is already under the influence of desert regions
Jebel Siroua : An isolated peak on the edge of the souss, it is an extinct volcano visible from many of the high atlas peaks in the toubkal region.

Day 1
Day 1 : Marrakech – Talioune – Akhfamane

After an early transfer from Marrakech we arrive in Taliouine (984m), a main trailhead for treks in the Jebel Sirwa massif. Here we load our mules and set off for the first part of the trek, a straightforward and easy walk of about 4 or 5 hours to Akhfamane (1250m) where we spend the night in a Berber house (gite). (Alternatively we can drive to Akhfamane if we arrive too late from Marrakech).

Day 2
Day 2 : Akhfamane – Mazwad – Ti n’Iddr

Today’s walk takes us along two river valleys and eventually up to our camp site at Ti n’Iddr (1600m) – a total of about 6 hours walking. The area is generally barren with little shade, though we pass through several small typical Berber villages surrounded by terraces.

Day 3
Day 3 : Ti n’Iddr – Guilez

This is a more demanding day – about 6 – 7 hours walking – gradually climbing 1000m to Tegragra (2650m) where we camp for the night. It is at times difficult walking and we pass through Atougha, the last village before the summit of Sirwa. Once we have passed Atougha the trail becomes narrow and at times steep,with many zig zags. We pass just below Jebel Guiliz (2905m) before arriving at a large pool where we set up camp.

Day 4
Day 4 : Tegraga – Jebel Sirwa summit – Tizgui

After an early start to ensure reaching the summit before the full heat of the day, we set off for the summit of Sirwa (3305m), a ascent of 2 – 3 hours over difficult terrain involving steep climbs, some scrambling and ridge walking. But the views from the summit are breathtaking and well worth the effort. The descent to Tizgui (2200m) where we camp for the night takes about 4 hours.

Day 5
Day 5 : Tizgui – Tagouyam – Tizlit

We continue our gradual descent, passing through a number of typical villages on our way down to Tizlit (1700m) near where we set up camp for the night .A total of about 5 hours walking.

Day 6
Day 6 : Tizlit – Ifrane – Tinfat

Although this is a long distance – about 20 kms – it is fairly easy going and should take about 6 – 7 hours. We continue our gradual descent passing through terraced fields and small Berber villages to arrive, finally, at Tinfat where we spend the night in a Berber house (gite) or camping.

Day 7
Day 7 : Tinfat – Taliouine – Marrakech

From Tinfat we leave Jebel Sirwa Then transported back through Taliouine to Marrakech.

What's included

  • -Pick up from Marrakech to the starting point of the trek
  • -Transport Back after the trek
  • -Qualified mountain guide, muleteers and cook
  • -Accommodation in Guesthouse, Gites, Mountain hut, Berber homes & Bivouac
  • -Mules for luggage

Doesn't include

  • -International Flights
  • -Sleeping bags
  • -Travel insurance
  • -Drinks and Tips
  • -Items of a personal nature
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Frequently Asked Questions

What do you need to bring? (Clothing & Equipment) lo

-Good walking boots and socks
-Season sleeping bag
-Comfortable shoes/slippers for camp/guesthouse
-Walking stick
-Trekking pants
-Day sack/backpack
-Lightweight waterproof over-trousers / rain-pants
-Headtorch / headlamp
-Underwear
-Ice axe and crampons (winter)
-T-shirts
Water bottle or camel back (recommended)
-Fleece jacket or warm jumper
-Penknife (useful)
-Lightweight windproof/waterproof jacket
-Hat
-Goggles (winter) and sunglasses (summer)
-Lightweight thermal or fleece gloves

What sort of Experience do your guides have?

All our guides are locals and all registered with Minister of tourisme , they are all certified by the only guide training center in Morocco which is Centre de Formation aux Metiers de Montagne, they all speak English, French, Spanish and German.

What is the duration of the Treks that Trek in Morocco organize?

The duration of the trek always depends on the region and on your interest, treks can be as short as 1 day to as long as a month.

How difficult are your treks?

Please see the grade indicated in our itinerary

What do you have to bring?

Sleeping bags, walking boots (shoes), rain jackets, fleece, warm and light cloths, sun glasses ,hats, camera, first aid kit, sleepers, head torch.

What is included in the price?

Transfer from Marrakech at the start and transfer to Marrakech at the end of the trek (to be agreed during the reservation time).
Accommodation on the trek. This is usually in tents, occasionally in Berber houses or a refuge (depending on the trek chosen and season).
All meals on the trek. Meals are freshly prepared and cooked and are typical Moroccan dishes (tajine, soup, couscous) , tea and coffee included with all meals.
The services of a qualified, experienced English or French spanish-speaking mountain guide.
Mules, muleteers and cook. The mules carry your heavy luggage (a rucksack or holdall is recommended). You only need carry a day pack.

What is not included in the price?

Accommodation in Marrakech.
Travel insurance.
Bottled or Mineral water during the trek.
Ski equipment (Ski Touring), Crampons, Ice Axes,…
Medical or accident insurance.
Personal gear (sleeping bags, shoes, etc)

How do we book and pay?

To confirm your booking, we ask you to pay a deposit directly on the website, and the balance to be paid upon arrival.

Do you arrange Accommodation in Marrakech and airport transfers?

If you enquire about it we do arrange as we work with more then 15 Riads and hotels in Marrakech , Also Airport transfer can be arranged.

Do you pick us up from where we stay in Marrakech?

All our driver know Marrakech and any where in Morocco like the back of their hands, so we can pick you up from where ever you stay.

What is the Accommodation during the trek?

That depends on season, itinerary and clients interest, we use tents, local houses and mountain huts.

Can I change the trek?

Yes the trek can be changed if you ask for that, or if the weather condition require the trekking route to be altered to ensure your safety.

Price From EUR  480/person
480
Total 480 EUR

Trip Facts

  • Up to 12 people
  • Medium to Hard
  • All year round but prices may vary according to the season
  • Marrakech
  • 1 person: €850 2-3 people: €480 per person 4 people: €430 per person 5-12 people: €380 per person Up 13 person: €340 per person
  • Private Vehicle
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