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TodoVerticalToubkal Summit - TODOVERTICAL   Sucess!
Date Climbed: Oct 13, 2010

TodoVertical

Once again on the summit ... this time with Unai my youngest boy (7). Great weather.

Posted Mar 22, 2011 2:21 am

boriskrielenRoute climbed: traverse, north cwm up, south cwm down, including Tibherine, solo in winter  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Feb 7, 2011

boriskrielen

Great route, north cwm up, south cwm down. North cwm is more interesting than the normal route, has fewer people and nicer views.
Posted Feb 19, 2011 8:57 am

Phillip StasiwSummer exped  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jul 17, 2010

Phillip Stasiw

Expedition to take 14 young people from Uk up, great trek but heat and food, took most of the group out, 5 summited, great day for them!
Posted Dec 21, 2010 4:48 am

alexclimbNormal Route  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Dec 10, 2010

alexclimb

Climbed twice - on the evening of the same day as we came from Imlil and on the following morning. Sunset views are outstanding. From Imlil 2 hour to the hut if you are fit, from the hut 2 hours if you are really fit. No reason in that case to sleep in the hut, better to go back to Imlil. Snow line from 2800, crampons are essential, ski poles - good idea
Posted Dec 19, 2010 7:16 am

rggAn alpine ascent  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Feb 13, 2008

rgg

We really needed our crampons that day, there was quite a bit of ice near Nelter hut. Higher up, it was mostly snow.
Posted Dec 1, 2010 11:23 pm

ncstToubkal circuit and summit  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Nov 10, 2010

ncst

Did the 'Toubkal circuit': Walked Imlil-Tacchedirt-Azib Likemt-Amsouzert-Azib N'ouassif (past lac d'Ifni)-Refuge du Mouflon-Toubkal summit on the sixth day. We camped at the Azibs, no village there, took food with us. Long days, but a beautiful trek, varied landscapes. No snow on the passes, sunny days the whole time. No one else on the trail except for Berber shepherds. Crowds at the Toubkal refuges. Summited Toubkal quite windy easy climb, then down to Armed. No guides needed, great trekking!
Posted Nov 17, 2010 6:29 am

Sam299winter
Date Climbed: Feb 5, 2009

Sam299

A lot of snow that season, but beatiful and very easy climb
Posted Nov 4, 2010 4:02 pm

twsNormal route, Ikhibi Sud  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Feb 24, 2009

tws

Started from Imlil the first day and climbed up to Neltner hut, snow appeared at 2000 metres. Hut was very busy, almost entirely full of people. Very cold night in the hut, about 10 degrees Celsius seems quite chilly when you haven't acclimatized for sleeping over 3000 metres. After we had enough of pretending to be sleeping, we started the climb at 4 am. Quiet, but very cold climb, amazing sky full of stars though. Had to use crampons all the way. Reached the summit some half an hour after sunrise, first ones on that day. Just after the sunrise some clouds started to appear, so we didn't get any rewarding views from the top.
Posted Sep 23, 2010 1:48 pm

yxyganLooking forward to come back  Sucess!
Date Climbed: May 12, 2010

yxygan

in wintertime. For my climbing mate this was the first summit over 2.500 m-s. He wants to return as well :o)
Posted Jun 25, 2010 2:00 pm

PereRamonRoute climbed: Ikhibi Sud  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Aug 18, 2009

PereRamon

A nice mountain. Climbed in two days, from Imlil to the Neltner Hut and then to the summit.
Posted Mar 19, 2010 8:11 pm

WouterBTwo day return trip from Marrakech  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Nov 10, 2009

WouterB

Not a technically difficult mountain, but it's a long climb. Recommend doing it in three (+) days!
Posted Nov 15, 2009 6:15 pm

PsicoPortuguese Climber
Date Climbed: Apr 5, 2007

Psico

Very beautiful Mountain!!!
Posted Oct 8, 2009 7:00 am

AlbertoFun climb  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jan 5, 2008

Alberto

Nice and fun climb in the winter.
Posted Sep 4, 2009 8:16 am

mtnmaniacsnow storm in april
Date Climbed: Apr 9, 2008

mtnmaniac

ran into a snow storm on my way to the summit. had to turn back at 4.000 meters and spend some time in the refuge. anyway the food there was really good.
Posted Jun 16, 2009 6:13 pm

matterhorn221st 4000er  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Apr 13, 2009
Left the Neltner Refuge with my dad and guide at 6:00 am we reached the col just as the sun came over the lip so did the bulk of the climbing in the shade. Good hard snow on the way up. First group to the top (a basque group arrived part before and part after us)reaching it at about 9/9:30 am. Perfect weather conditions. The way down was fun glissading most of the way but the snow was still icy so it was very fast, though was more difficult for me to ice-axe arrest as I had my arm in plaster at the time, but great fun, back down to Neltner by 11:30 am after an hour on the summit and back to Aremd by 4:30 pm after a leisurely lunch and stroll down. Hugely enjoyable end to a hugely enjoyable week trekking in the High Atlas.
Posted May 19, 2009 3:01 pm

codelancer2:0  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Apr 28, 2009

codelancer

Second time atop of Toubkal. It was very different from my previous (June 2007) climb because lot of snow and icy at morning time, so all need use crampons.
Start at 7:00, summit at 11:00.
Posted May 5, 2009 1:12 pm

ivyonupMay Day Ascent  Sucess!
Date Climbed: May 1, 2009

ivyonup

We got to Imlil around 2am and were still able to secure a hotel for the night. The "huts" at the base of the mountain were the most "luxurious" I have stayed in thus far while climbing/hiking. We left for the summit around 5:40am, which turned out to be a wise choice because the snow was perfectly solid for the crampons on the ascent, and the melted snow was perfect for glissading on the descent.
Posted May 4, 2009 9:28 am

gbrillPerfect Weather  Sucess!
Date Climbed: May 1, 2009

gbrill

Group of four reached the summit in perfect, no wind, weather. For those trying to budget this trip: 1) You don't need a guide. 2) You only need snacks as virtually everything can be made available to you at the Toubkal refuge, you may want to bring your own lunch and breakfast though as its kind of a rip off. and 3) Contrary to all my beliefs prior to this trip you don't need an Ice axe if your doing the normal rout (unless there is a ton of snow). If you have sturdy ankles then crampons should be enough, perhaps trekking pols too, which would prove to be much more valuable in the long run. We rented our gear from Cafe Soleil at a rate of 40dh Ice axe/per day and 30dh crampons/per day. At the refuge we stayed at the Les Mouflons, lodging was 80dh a night, a small breakfast and lunch for 40dh each, dinner for 70dh, shower for 10dh, and a blanket for 20dh each.
Posted May 3, 2009 8:53 am

Thomas Gurvieznormal route by ski-hiking  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Feb 24, 2009

Thomas Gurviez

Ascent in 2 days from Imlil. Night in the Toubkal shelter and then summit in 2 hours from the refuge. Snow above 2300 m (Sidi Chamharouch), very thin on the ridges and the windy parts, but powder on north slopes.

Fine weather, hot with the sun but pretty cold in the mornings.
Posted Feb 27, 2009 2:37 pm

boriskrielenGreat solo winter ascent of Toubkal and Toubkal West!  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Jan 28, 2009

boriskrielen

After arriving in Imlil I first climbed to Tizi m'Zik and Tasserimoute (2.640m) to acclimatise. Bad weather, hip deep snow. Took half a day to dry my cloths again. Local guides said it was impossible to climb Toubkal due to bad conditions, deep fresh snow etc. Well if it can't be done in a possible way, it has to be done in an impossible way, I said.

Next afternoon marched to Sidi Chamarough in 3 hours. I met several people who came down the mountain. None of them had reached the summit. Slept in Sidi Chamarough in a dirty 'hole in the wall'.

Next morning walked on to the Mouflon refuge in 4 hours. Lots of fresh snow, often little trail to be found. Great weather! Cold at night though. Good food and sleep in the refuge.

Climbed Toubkal (4.167m) next day in 3 hours and Toubkal West (4.030m) in half an hour on the way down. Excellent conditions. Great views! Also climbed both summits of Ouanoukrim the day after.
Posted Feb 13, 2009 7:19 am

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