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I've visited toubkal and i had 2 choices , either to stay at this refuge or the other one next to this one , finaly I've choosed this one due to my other bad experience with the other one , but guess what ? Nothing...More
I attended a scene the leaders of the shelter violently pushes a local visitor who entered the rest room, he went directly to violence without speaking to him nicely I did not like it
+ disgusting meal + they want you to buy everything that...More
Refuge Toubkal is well located for an exploration of the high valley or climb of Toubkal. Be prepared for "cool" rooms though as the fireplaces were stoked only in the 2 main gathering rooms, and lights only powered for the evening. A nice spot and...More
We've spent 2 nights at this place. They never turned the hitting on, so it was freaking cold inside. In addition, there was no warm water.
Don't get me wrong. If you are spending night on 3200 m and you have walls and the ceiling,...More
Food quite good. Damn cold in the whole house. Very loud. Dirty. No electricity. If you know huts from the alps you realise they have no idea to build and run a hut in the high altitude. All in all it was a quite cool...More
Hi, I think it would be wise to book in advance - winter trips to Toubkal seem to be popular - but there are two refuges there - the other one is not as good as this one though. I have no idea of the cost but it will not be... More
Hi, I think it would be wise to book in advance - winter trips to Toubkal seem to be popular - but there are two refuges there - the other one is not as good as this one though. I have no idea of the cost but it will not be expensive - I think I paid around £200 for my whole trip which included guide for two days, taxi fares, overnight at the refuge in a twin room, single occupancy, which included evening meal, breakfast and lunch the next day. I was there in August and even then there was a slight chill during the night. I only had a silk liner to sleep in. The windows are single glazed and they only have metal shutters in front of them. I reckon it would be quite cold in the winter in the bedrooms. My guide said that the communal rooms were nice and warm though with the log fires going - so a decent sleeping bag would be adequate I reckon. It's got to be warmer than a tent! Not sure I can help you with much else - so hope this is of some use - have a great trip.