High Atlas

The High Atlas is a region in covering the mountain range and surrounding destinations such as . It's a regular destination for mountain hikers, ski enthusiasts, or travellers interested in the indigenous Berber culture found throughout its many peaks and valleys.

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, also spelt Marrakesh, is one of the imperial cities of .

is a small town in the foothills of the mountains in .

is a village in the Mountains in Marrakesh-Safi, .


is a small village high up in the of .

is a small town in approximately 55 kilometers south of .

is a national park in the region of .

is a city in . This is a traditional mud brick city on the edge of the High Atlas Mountains.

is a ski resort in the . It is one of the few places in where skiing is possible, and it also boasts the highest ski lift in Africa.

The is about 60km by road from in .

is a small village in the Ourika Valley in .

is a small village in the mountains of , in the Rhirhaia valley.

High Atlas

  • Type:  mountain
  • Location:  , ,
  • Latitude of center:  31° 25' 48" (31.43°) north
  • Longitude of center:  6° 56' 24" (6.94°) west
  • Elevation:  2151 meters (7057 feet)
  • Wikidata:  High Atlas
  • Wikimedia Commons:  High Atlas

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Afrikaans:  Groot-Atlas Dutch:  Hoge Atlas German:  Hoher Atlas Lithuanian:  Aukštasis Atlasas Polish:  Atlas Wysoki Grand Atlas Great Atlas

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