Dades Valley

hiking in the wild nature of a narrow valley cutting deep into the Atlas mountains

Location: 

R704, Morocco

Duration: 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Dades Valley: long and curvy valley cutting deep into the Atlas mountains
  2. Accommodation: finding the right place to sleep is fun, meeting local hosts
  3. Car rental: lending my rented car to the host, to pick up his wife, to make dinner!
  4. Hike the Valley: hiking only a short distance, bouldering and crossing a wild river
  5. Old Kasbah: exploring the ruins of a castle in the hill, surrounded by agriculture

Image sources

  1. Wild cacti growing everywhere
  2. Old kasbah (castle) along the river
  3. Group of locals walking home
  4. Crossing the river on a bridge
  5. Amazing Rock Formation

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