Jbel Siroua

  • Valley

Located 200 km south of Marrakech, Jbel Siroua serves as a bridge between the High Atlas and the Anti-Atlas. With a height exceeding 3300m and a composition of both granite and volcanic rocks, it is a distinct domain where the stony and desert-like world of the highest peaks contrasts with the freshness of alpine meadows and terraced green fields. This massif is perfect for hiking, particularly during spring or autumn, allowing visitors to explore a superb natural landscape featuring deep valleys, blooming pastures, stone villages, and fields of barley and saffron. It is an invitation to discover the peaceful life of the nomadic Berber people in this region, who lead a simple yet incredibly generous and hospitable existence.Â

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