With its 4,071 meters of altitude, it is the third highest mountain in Morocco after Jebel Toubkal (4,167 meters) and Jebel Ouanoukrim (4,089 meters in Timzguida).
Located in the central part of the High Atlas, south of the upper valley of Aït Goumenez and north of the valley of roses, the Mgoun massif is essentially composed of hard limestone rocks.
The Mgoun offers many possibilities of excursions in a preserved area. The natural setting is impressive: the slopes of the limestone rocks form incredible slopes where erosion has etched the peaks and the beautiful gorges with orange garnets.
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