Southwest of Marrakech lies the Atlas mountain range, which extends 2,400 km through Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia and separates the Mediterranean and Atlantic part of Morrocco from the desertic southwest. The highest peak of the Atlas is the Jebel Toubkal (4167 m). The road connecting Marrakech with Ouarzatate crosses the Atlas mountain range and its highest point is the Tichka pass at 2260m.

01 Fields and Olive trees 02 Cactus and mountain 03 Hills 04 View with snow capped peaks 05 View with snow capped Jebel Toubkal
06 View with snow capped Jebel Toubkal 07 View with snow capped Jebel Toubkal 08 View with snow capped Jebel Toubkal 09 View with snow capped Jebel Toubkal
10 View with snow capped Jebel Toubkal 11 Butchery and meat carcasses 12 4WD vehicles and hill station 13 Bus stopping at hill station 14 Valley with irrigated terraced fields and snow capped peaks
15 Valley with irrigated terraced fields and snow capped peaks 16 Mountains and snow capped peaks 17 Valley with river village and red hills 18 Red hills and vegetation
19 Snow capped peaks of the eastern High Atlas 20 Snow capped peaks of the eastern High Atlas 21 Snow capped peaks of the eastern High Atlas 22 Snow capped peaks of the eastern High Atlas
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