Life in Morocco's High Atlas Mountains

Morocco's High Atlas Mountains can be a harsh and desolate place, yet for many centuries the Berbers have called it home. They have adapted their life to this environment with the valley rivers and streams, fed from melting snow, providing the life blood. These photographs will give an idea of the environment and the Berber lifestyle there.

© Heather Farish

Morocco's Mount Toubkal, or Jebel Toubkal, is the highest mountain in north Africa at 4167 metres. Located in the High Atlas Mountains the summit can be readily reached with only winter ascents requiring specialist equipment.

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