Ait Bougmez and Sermt Valley Trek (3 Day)


On the walk of two days while traveling from Marrakech to the Central high atlas, while going upward the bridge of Imi-n‘ifri towards the valley of Ait boulli berber over the valley of Ait Bougmmez at the first night. Walk from the village of Berber for three days walk to explore the best view is offered by central high atlas.

Getting back through a different route, you will encounter the unforgettable visit of waterfalls “Ouzoud” in Morocco where you can take lunch before traveling back to the Marrakech.


Day One Marrakech to Ait Bougmaz

After getting early for breakfast in Marrakech, get and drive to Ait Bougemaz valley through Demnate and Imi n'iIfri, at the natural bridge visit, keep way on ait Bougmaz through Ait boulli valley. Upon landing, lunch in Agouti and after that begin a guided visit by walk to Aarouss gorges and waterfalls, trek back to Ikhf n'ighir town.

Lodging: Berber gîte

Day Two Ikhf n’Ighir – Tizi n’Ait Ourit – Sermt

Get up for the walk towards Ait Ourit Mountain at 2606m, after breakfast at the gite (1880m), dazzling horizon over the entire valley, move down towards Sermt town (1886m), a wide green valley with heavy Kasbahs.

Lodging: Berber gîte

Provision: breakfast, lunch and dinner

Walking: 5-6 hrs

Day Three Sermt – Ait Abbas

Get to the walk downwards after breakfast, along Sermt valley and cross a few Berber villages including Tachgdilte, Ayadal. It's a totally separated place, hunting towns on the hells of the Mountains and developed terraces, breath-taking view over the canyons, entry to Jomoaa Ait Abbas.

Get to Marrakech by means of Azilal and Ouzoude waterfalls.

Walking: 5-6 hrs



This trek is available from April to October.

If you are travelling alone please contact us as there is often the opportunity to join a group.


Moderate trek with 4 to 6 hour walking per day.

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Price includes

  • English speaking mountain guide & Berber Cook
  • Mules to carry your kit bags
  • All meals and water on trek
  • Accommoadtion in a Berber village or bivouac

Not Included

  • Travel insurance.
  • Soft/alcoholic drinks
  • Tips and personal expanses

Intineraries map

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