Explore the most popular National Parks in Morocco with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

If you can make it here, great! If you do, you'll be surprised by this amazing and scenic (albeit hard) trek that takes you to one of Morocco's most hidden gems. Start early in the morning to avoid any bad weather moving in. I'd recommend a local guide, but this is possible on your own or with friends if you follow the GPS well.

Superb, short, loop trail where you'll find nobody else walking. If you bring your dog, she can roam free. You may run into monkeys or the occasional shepherd. This loop is a great one to pack a lunch and to sit back to enjoy the views.

hiking
11 months ago

Great for a random scoot (hence the name, Rantum Scoot). A great trail for a 1.5 hour walk or so and is dog and family friendly. Enjoy this in the morning or evening walk and in the summer (June until September) bring water as there are some open areas. Have fun!

trail running
11 months ago

A great trail for hiking (2.5 hours or so) or for running (about 1 hour or so) and even for mountain biking. If you want a bit of a challenge, this route has some nice hills too. Well maintained by local runners taking you through cedar and oak forests, with some nice views. The second half is a bit more exposed, but not for long.

A hidden gem of a trail in Ifrane, Morocco. You can easily park off of the gravel road and head into the forest taking you through some nice foliage and into some more removed areas of the Ifrane National Park.

hiking
11 months ago

A nice walk to get an introduction into the cedar forest of Ifrane. This is a great route for families, a quick run, or some time in nature.