Atlas Mountains Horse Riding Treks
Explore the mud and stone Berber houses in Asni valley and the surrounding villages with the different colours of the earth. We will ride through lush green forests of pine, juniper, and oak trees as well as olive orchards and visit the traditional Berber salt mine. We will have lunch with a local Berber family’s home in the middle of the 3 hr ride. The hillsides are always green and we can ride to the nearby dam to see the reservoir. asni Valley has some of the most beautiful horseback riding in Morocco, you will surely enjoy High Atlas Trekking’s horseback riding adventure
Horse riding in Atlas Mountains
Riding a sturdy, statuesque Arabian horse through the High Atlas is an experience that is not widely available. The Arabian horses you will trek with are bred in the North African region and can transport you for long distances with ease. They can trek at altitudes of over 2000m above sea level, and have evolved in the Moroccan landscape. They will take you over high passes, through forests of pine and nut and into the wild beauty of the mountains and the desert, as they have been doing for centuries with the North African people.
The team you will travel with are well trained local guides who all have your safety and enjoyment paramount on their agenda.
Atlas Mountains Horse Trek
Explore the Atlas Mountains on the back of a Berber horse Sport and discovery during this amazing Marrakech full day horse riding in the Atlas mountain, at only 1-hour drive from Marrakech. You will go through the desertic hills and authentic villages and meet and start the trek from tahannout via vai tibidert continue to Moulay brahim where you will be pick up and move to Imlil valley for lunch at the roof of dar Adrar, after lunch, you can go for a short walk before you drive back to Marrakech
Atlas valley horse riding
On a 2-day horseback riding tour, you will be picked up at your hotel in Marrakech and be driven to the Atlas Mountains. There you will pick up your horse and ride through the mountains and villages. You will stop along the way for a meal prepared by your cook then continue on for another two hours ending in the village of Tinghrine where you will spend the evening in a Berber house. Your second day will return through the Tizi n’Tamatert Pass again stopping for breaks to enjoy the views. You will finish after lunch at a guesthouse in Imlil village and then be driven back to your Marrakech hotel