Trail Running in Morocco

Enjoy a unique running experience and discover the magic of this country in the north of Africa!

Offering a unique mix of mountain environment, great sunny weather and a unique culture, in the last few years Morocco has become a favorite destination for runners from all over the world.  The Atlas Mountains, the Agafay Desert and the Berber villages trail provide wonderful locations for unforgettable running trips. Come enjoy great races, like the Nomads Run, the Morocco Race or the Marathon des Sables, or just explore the amazing terrain of this country with a 1-day or a multi-day running adventure.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Trail Running in Morocco

A unique combination of Berber culture, high mountains, an amazing deserted landscape and unmarked trails make trail running in Morocco a thrilling off-the-beaten track experience.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+212

Currency

Moroccan dirham (MAD)

How to get there

Flying is the simplest way to get to Morocco. You could also pick up a ferry from Spain or France

Best time to visit

Although you can practice trail- running in Morocco year-round, Autumn and Spring are the best seasons to visit

Language

Arabic, Berber and French are the spoken languages. You can also easily find people fluent in English, specially in the urban areas

Weather

The summer can be a little too hot in Morocco, with temperatures rising over 35⁰C even in the mountains, and around 40º around Marrakesh, although at night temperatures are cooler. Winter is cold and in the mountains there is snow above 1500 meters

More info about Trail Running in Morocco:

The Kingdom of Morocco is located in the far west of North Africa. The city of Rabat is the capital and the famous Casablanca is the largest city in the country. It is located just an hour’s ride on ferry from Spain. Morocco is bordered from the south by Mauritania and from the east by Algeria. This country of ancient Islamic traditions offers stunning scenery and unique locations, from the Mediterranean coast, to four different mountain ranges and the endless sands of the mythical Sahara desert

 

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