Key information: Jebel Siroua
- This huge once-volcanic peak sits in splendid isolation south of the High Atlas. This is tough, dry, wildly broken country of gorges and cliffs.
- Walkopedia rating84
- Natural interest16
- Human interest4
- Negative points0
- Total rating84
- Length: 7-8 days
- Maximum Altitude: 3,304m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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The huge once-volcanic peak of Jebel Siroua sits in splendid isolation almost due south of Jebel Toubkal in the High Atlas. This is tough, dry, wildly broken country of gorges and cliffs.
Climbing Siroua is a 7-8 day march. You will need guide-and-mule support. You will be camping most or all of the time.
Spring and autumn are the best times to climb – summer is too hot and winter bitterly cold.
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