Col du Tichka (means "Pass of pasture") is a high mountain pass located in the Atlas Mountains, in Morocco, at an elevation of 2.260m above the sea level.
Traffic accidents are a significant hazard in Morocco. Driving practices are very poor and have resulted in serious injuries to and fatalities of U.S. citizens. This is particularly true at dusk during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, when adherence to traffic regulations is lax, and from July to September when Moroccans resident abroad return from Europe by car in large numbers.
Gorges du Dadès is a gorge and lies in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
Ifrane (nicknamed Little Switzerland) is a town and ski resort in the Middle Atlas region of Morocco. Ifrane, at an elevation of 1.665 metres (5,460 ft), is the highest settlement in Morocco. It’s part of the Meknès-Tafilalet region. In Tamazight, the regional Berber language, "ifran" means caves.
Mountain road between Meknes, a city in northernMorocco, and Oulmes, a town in Khémisset Province, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer, with a total length of 84km.
Oukaïmeden is one of the premier skiing resorts on the African continent. It is located in
, about 80 kilometres from Marrakech, in the
Spectacular high mountain road located in Toubkal National Park, a national park in the High Atlas mountain range, 70 kilometres from Marrakech in central-western Morocco, that arrives to Refuge Toubkal, at an elevation of 3207m above the sea level.
To Agadir, you can drive the coastal road and be stuck in traffic - or take the hair-raising road over the Atlas. By Anthony Sattin.
The Tizi n Test, the road (called S501) that cuts through the High Atlas between Asni to Taroudant and beyond (Morocco), is one of the most spectacular drives in Morocco.
Toubkal National Park is a national park in the High Atlas mountain range, 70 kilometres from Marrakech in central-western Morocco.