High Atlas

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The High Atlas is the highest mountain range in North Africa, forming an immense barrier approximately 750 kilometers long that separates the Atlantic coast from the Sahara Desert. It is known for its majestic peaks, with Toubkal being the highest point at 4,165 meters. The mountain range offers a diverse range of landscapes, including green valleys, alpine meadows, and snow-capped summits. It is a paradise for mountaineers, hikers, and nature lovers. Numerous Berber villages are scattered throughout the range, where traditional customs and a simple way of life are still preserved. The High Atlas is not only a natural wonder but also a cultural treasure waiting to be explored.