Pros: beautiful snow, scenery
Cons: unorganized, power cuts,poor restaurant service,nothing else to do
“ Was stuck in snow for 7hrs on a 90km ride.On checking in at 17h00 , the room wasn't ready.Had contstant power cuts .Had to walk to reception to beg hot water for coffee.No cooking facilities in room , so had to book meals at restaurant.Poor service-waited more than an hr and a half for order-plates were put infront of us and promptly whisked away from under our noses to another table.Cheese...” --Suzette
Club Maluti is a private club. Skiing is only in January as weather permits. There are no permanent lifts. Temporary lifts are erected as snow permits.
At 3,600 meters (nearly 12,000 feet), the area isn’t mentioned as much as it once was as possibly the best skiing area in the entire country. Once at the top, trails of over 1,000 meters (3,000 feet) are to be had.
Tazaghart s not for the faint hearted. Tose who come to Morocco to attempt its slopes tend to be professionals who have adequate insurance coverage, beacons, GPS equipment, and loads of gear. The area shouldn’t be taken lightly and only those who obsess about mountain skiing at its roughest attempt its slopes.
Mischliffen is a ski area near the town of Ifrane in the Middle Atlas Mountains (close to Fes and Meknes). There are ski lifts but they don't always work but you can always walk up the slopes. The easiest way to get there is to take a taxi from Ifrane (6 miles away). Jebel Mischliffen was opened by the French in the 1950s and has remained in its original state since then. The ski area is...
Oukaimeden is perhaps one of the better established resorts. It features a ski lift that will take you to 3268 meters above sea level. The resort is usually open between January and February. Oukaimeden lies just south of Marrakech (46 miles) in the High Atlas Mountains and is usually covered in snow in January and February. There are ski lifts (you can also use a donkey) and skis to rent but...