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Ouarzazate-Marrakech-Tizi-n-Tichka Pass

Published on September 27, 2017 By naomi

The French Foreign Legion has to come into our story somewhere, and sure enough, today we were to cross the High Atlas via the Tizi-n-Tichka pass, a road constructed by them in 1931. It loops and twists it’s way along exposed ridges reaching a height of 7,415ft (11,933km). The summit consists of twists and turns in every direction, the surrounding mountains often seeming to be contained in a haze. The Tizi-n-Ichka pass is important in that it connects the cities of Ouarzazate and Marrakech. This was another stunning, magnificent route.