Toubkal National Park

Toubkal National Park is a national park in the High Atlas mountain range, 70 kilometres from Marrakesh in central-western Morocco. Established in 1942, it covers an area of 380 km2. Jbel Toubkal is the highest peak of the park at 4,167 metres.

Archeological sites

In October 2012 Salafists were blamed for destroying an 8,000-year-old petroglyph within the park that depicted the Sun as a divinity.


The park contains the following mountains:

Toubkal (4167 m)

Ouanoukrim (4089 m)

Plateau de Tazarhart (3995 m)

L’Aksoual (3910 m)

Ineghmar (3892 m)

Bou Iguenouane (3882m)

Le Tichki (3753 m)

Azrou Tamadout (3664 m)