JBEL SIROUA

The Jbel Siroua is one of the youngest geological regions in Morocco, where traces of relatively recent volcanic activity can still be seen. This range, halfway between the Atlas and the Anti-Atlas, at the entrance of the Souss valley, is known as a saffron region. Its slopes are completely lined with land where this sought-after spice extracted from the crocus flower is cultivated.

The area is furrowed by a vast network of paths very accessible to the hikers. Spring and summer are the most suitable seasons for visiting the area, although autumn is also possible, before temperatures drop and rain and snow cover much of the Siroua summits.

Most trails can be traveled individually in a day or a few hours, but it is strongly advised to make a trip to Morocco from three to five days, using a local company or a specialized guide and sleeping in tents or traditional Berber houses.

The majority of roads leave from Talouine, a town where food can be supplied, able to reach the services and stores close to the main road.

Paysage Territory :Taliouine 2017-10-06 00:00:00

Jbel Siroua

Paysage Territory :Taliouine 2017-10-06 00:00:00

Jebel Siroua

Paysage Territory :Taliouine 2017-10-06 00:00:00

Jebel Siroua