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Distance

210.4 mi

Elevation gain

14,633 ft

Technical difficulty

Easy

Elevation loss

14,344 ft

Max elevation

5,447 ft

Trailrank

56

Min elevation

-26 ft

Trail type

One Way

Time

12 hours 48 minutes

Coordinates

3650

Uploaded

June 11, 2014

Recorded

June 2014

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5,447 ft
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210.4 mi

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near Quartier Ait Souss, Souss-Massa-Drâa (Morocco)

Agadir (Berber: Agadir, ⴰⴳⴰⴷⵉⵔ; Moroccan Arabic: اگادير‎) is a major city in central coastal Morocco, the capital of Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane province (MA-AGD) and of the Souss-Massa-Drâa economic region some 508 km to the south of Casablanca, 173 km from Essaouira and 235 km to the west of Marrakech.
Destroyed by earthquake in 1960, the city has been completely rebuilt with mandatory seismic standards. It is now the largest seaside resort in Morocco, where foreign tourists and many residents are attracted by an unusually mild year-round climate.

Sidi Ifni (Arabic: سيدي إفني‎) is a city located in southwest Morocco, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Ait Baamran tribe has long inhabited the small town and the region surrounding it. They worked in husbandry and traded with Europeans and northern Morocco being intermediaries in the trans-Saharan trade.
In 1476, an enclave in the region of present-day Sidi Ifni was occupied by Spain, which named its settlement there Santa Cruz de la Mar Pequeña. It remained in Spanish hands until 1524 when it was captured by Saadian rulers.
Until 1952, Ifni region had the status of a protectorate. In this year, the region became part of Spanish West Africa (entity that grouped the colonies of Spanish Sahara and Cape Juby, with its capital defined in Villa Bens—Tarfaya nowadays—in Morocco). In 1969, mostly due to international pressure, Spain relinquished Sidi Ifni to Morocco.

(Maroc) La Costa Atlántica y Sur en 4x4 (junio 2014):
Se suceden las ciudades fortificadas por los portugueses (Al-Jadida, Safi, Essaouira), un paisaje costero impresionante (playa de Oualidia y sus célebres ostras, el Parque Nacional Sous Massa) y el AntiAtlas agreste, donde reina el árbol del argán, con montañas y profundos valles (cascadas de Imouzzer des Ida Outanane, Tafroute). Una semana aprovechando bien los días largos de junio, de sol a sol.
Programa detallado:
dia 1 314km: MARRAKECH - KASBAH BOULAOUANE - CASABLANCA
dia 2 386km: CASABLANCA - AZEMMOUR - EL JADIDA - OUALIDIA - ESSAOUIRA
dia 3 235km: ESSAOUIRA - TAMRI - IMOUZZER DES IDA OUTANANE - AGADIR
dia 4 339km: AGADIR - TAFRAOUTE - TIZNIT - SIDI IFNI
dia 5 195km: SIDI IFNI - LEGZIRA - PARK SOUS MASSA - AGADIR
dia 6 260km: AGADIR - MARRAKECH
dia 7 : MARRAKECH


(Maroc) en 4x4 Marrakech Ouazarzate Tinerhir Zagora Taroudant (octubre 2011)
dia 1: (Maroc) Marrakech Telouet Ait Ben Haddou
dia 2: (Maroc) Ait Ben Haddou- Gorges Dades- Todra- Tinerhir
(Maroc) Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
(Maroc) Ouazarzate Kasbah Taourit
dia 3: (Maroc) Tinerhir Zagora
(Maroc) Biblioteque Tamegroute
(Maroc) Duna de Tinfou en Zagora
dia 4: (Maroc) Zagora palmeral
(Maroc) Zagora Taroudant
dia 5: (Maroc) Taroudant Kasbah
(Maroc) Taroudant Zouk
(Maroc) Taroudant Marrakech
dia 6: (Maroc) Marrakech Place Jemma El Fna
(Maroc) Marrakech Kasbah
dia 7: (Maroc) Marrakech Zouk

viaje a (Maroc) Tánger-Chefchaouen-Meknes-Merzouga-Fez-Tánger en seis días(diciembre 2009)
dia 1: Tanger Chefchaouen por carretera 108km
dia 1: Chefchaouen Meknes por carretera 193km
dia 2: visita a Meknes- Place El-Hedim, Mausolée Mulay Ismail
dia 2: Meknes Merzouga por carretera 454km
dia 3: Rio Ziz -Dunas Erg Chebbi en 4x4
dia 4: Merzouga Fez por carretera 484km
dia 5: visita a Fez Jdid
dia 5: visita a Fez El Bali
dia 5: visita a Fez el-Bali
dia 6: Fez- Tanger por carretera 421km

viaje a (Maroc) Tanger MergaZerga Casablanca Marrakech en cinco días (abril 2009)
dia 1: Tanger- MoulayBousselham por carretera 195km
dia 1: Merja Zerga en barco por la laguna
dia 2: MoulayBousselham Casablanca por carretera 231km
dia 2: Casablanca Marrakech por carretra 243km
dia 3: visita a Marrakech
dia 4: Marrakech -Valle de Ourika por carretera 119km
dia 5: Marrakech Tanger por carretera 570km

viaje a (Maroc) Tanger-Asilah-MergaZerga-Chefchaouen en cuatro días(febrero 2008)
dia 1: Tanger Asilah por carretera 62km
dia 2: Asilah-Lixus-MoulayBouselham por carretera 292km
dia 2: Merja Zerga en barca por la laguna
dia 3: Asilah-Tetuan-Chefchaouen por carretera 294km
dia 4: Asilah-ZocoHadElGharbia-Tanger por carretera 51km

viaje a (Maroc) Volubilis Meknes Merzouga Fez Chefchaouen en 5 días(diciembre 2006)
dia 1: Tanger Volubilis Meknes por carretera 271km
dia 2: Meknes Merzouga por carretera 454km
dia 3: Merzouga Fez por carretera 484km
dia 4: Fez visita
dia 5: Fez Chefchaouen Tanger por carretra 314km

(Maroc) Rabat Marrakech ValleOurika Tanger en 5 días(abril 2006)
dia 1: Tanger Rabat Marrakech por carretera 570km
dia 2: Marrakech visita
dia 3: Marrakech -ValleOurika por carretera 118km
dia 4: Marrakech visita
dia 5: Marrakech Tanger por carretera 570km
Waypoint

R104

Intersection

R105 desvio provisional

R105
Waypoint

Agadir

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Agadir
Waypoint

Barrage

Waypoint

Biougra

Intersection

desvio provisional R105

R105
Waypoint

Mirleft

Photo

piedras de colores

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piedras de colores
Waypoint

Pl Hassam II (Pza España)

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50 m
Waypoint

R105

Intermittent Stream
Waypoint

Sidi Ifni

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Sidi Ifni
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Souq Aj Jam'a

Waypoint

Tafraoute

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Zouk Tiznit

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Unpaved Road

1 comment

  • Photo of Cabbai

    Cabbai Apr 28, 2017

    FYI, The original fisherie and slave post named Santa Cruz de la Mar Pequeña is located further south. Exactly by the shores os The National Park Khenifiss or Laguna de Naila, not far from Tarfaya. Spain claimed Ifni under a wrong argument, as our first settlement was located further South. Whether Spain was aware of such fact or not, it remains unknown.

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