Imaradene is situated on the northern edge of the Tichka Plateau, which lies to the west of the Tizi N Test Pass and north of Taroudant.

It is rarely visited by Westerners. Indeed, in the eight days we were on the trail we saw no other Europeans. It is in technical terms no more than a tough walk over shattered rock, but there are spectacular views from the top and a true sense of isolation. The Tichka Plateau is notable for its greenness in an otherwise extremely harsh landscape and its consequent habitation during the summer months by shepherds and goatherds. Good maps of this region are not readily available.

Those wishing to visit should contact the Moroccan Mountain Guides Association. A knowledge of French is essential. Good luck, It will be worth the effort.

Elevation (feet): 11,650
Elevation (meters): 3,551
Continent: Africa
Country: Morocco
Range/Region: High Atlas
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: May, Sep, Oct
Nearest major airport: Marrakech
Convenient Center: Taroudant

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Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 2 trip reports for Imaradene.

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  • Log #18831 - by abi on Feb 14, 2006
    About a 5 hour climb, taking it slowly. Breathtaking views, well worth a visit.
  • Log #12482 - by Des Clark on Sep 04, 2002
    Best is a traverse of the northern edge of the Tichka Plateau ascended from Tigouga. Descend to Tizzi 'n Targa and then further down to the Medlawa Valley. Stunning views but be prepared for a long...