Jebel Toubkal

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Jebel Toub·kal

A mountain, 4,167 m (13,671 ft) high, of central Morocco in the Atlas Mountains, the highest peak in the range.
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Sur la ligne de mire de cet aventurier, un itineraire de pres de 300 km qui le conduira, en trois semaines, d'Essaouira, la belle cite atlantique, au sommet du Jbel Toubkal, le toit de l'Afrique du Nord (4.167 m).
A luxury hotel in the High Atlas Mountains, it's set in the Toubkal National Park, below the towering flanks of Jbel Toubkal, North Africa's highest mountain.
Gerry, who will file special reports from Marrakech, said: "I will be keeping readers up to date with the latest progress on the challenge to climb Jbel Toubkal, which stands at a huge 4,167m.
Their most impressive - for the truly fit and eager - is the Jbel Toubkal (4,167m), North Africa's highest mountain.