Toubkal National Park
|Toubkal National Park|
|Area||380 square kilometres|
Toubkal National Park is a national park in the High Atlas mountain range, 70 kilometres from Marrakech 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.
The park contains the following mountains:
- Jbel 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)
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