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Refuge Toubkal Les Mouflons

jbel Toubkal, 3207 metres, Imlil 42150 Morocco
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#16 of 40 Specialty lodging in Imlil
The 'Les Mouflons de Toubkal' refuge takes it's name from a mountain sheep native to the high atlas. Situated at an altitude of 3207m, the refuge has a capacity for 180 guests, and includes dormitories, individual rooms, a restaurant and a shop selling supplies for your trip. The refuge is also a meeting point of various cultures. Evening meals gather lots of different nationalities and languages around the same table.
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Amy T wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful refuge with amazing services.the refuge make you feel welcomed and pampered from the very minute you walk into the lobby and the staff is so friendly. Room was all well appointed,very large and clean bathroom. food was great. I would highly recommend this place and am sure to come back.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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houstonian1 wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas7 contributions1 helpful vote
As I was browsing my memory album of photos from my last month trip to Marrakech and Toubkal, I decided to share my review about Refuge Toubkal les mouflons where we stayed couple night on our way .I stayed there with my wife and let me tell you.a lot of improvements did happen since my last trip there. Room was very clean, shower was very clean and nice, food selection was good. The refuge is well maintained and people there were very friendly and very helpful.I will definitely recommend this place to all the mountains and hikers lovers.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Achraf E wrote a review Mar 2020
Budapest, Hungary4 contributions18 helpful votes
I was visiting from Hungary with a group of friends, and stopped to spend the night before hiking the Toubkal, we Loved every minute. Quiet, comfortable and clean. Also, we got to enjoy the late night talk with the staff. Our Room was cozy, calm and warm, we got extra blankets for a friend who felt sick, they offered her free hot tea and checked up on her when we were out hiking the next day. As a group of hikers we rarely find such welcoming buddies and clean and good shelter, I would say its above expectations. Thank you and we will be back.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Vic H wrote a review Feb 2020
Elgin, United Kingdom48 contributions10 helpful votes
Yep, I know this is a refuge NOT a hotel. I’ve stayed in plenty of mountain huts all over the world. I don’t expect luxury. I don’t expect hot water or peace and quiet nor top class food... We paid €86 for a double room. We got a cold damp cell!! Again nothing wrong with the room being small but it was so damp the pillows had black mould on the and the bedding was damp beyond belief. There’s plenty extra blankets provided (all damp too) and even if you’ve thought to bring a sleeping bag liner with you, it will do little to protect you. The food was also way below the standard of any other mountain hut. Normally you just want some hearty soup and hot food. The soup was bordering inedible, the tagine was a bit better. One guy we met was brave enough to have a shower. He said it was defiantly something to avoid. Freezing cold and dirty. Breakfast starts at 4.30am so no matter what your rising time is you’ll be awake from then as it’s very noisy and echoes a lot. I didn’t sleep at all the night we stayed. It was one night. Climbing to the top of Toubkal was an amazing experience and this hut didn’t spoil that but certainly didn’t enhance it!!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thebates22 wrote a review Jan 2020
Chester, United Kingdom1,505 contributions499 helpful votes
Let’s get 1 thing straight before I write my review, this is a mountain refuge not a hotel or a riad, do not expect luxury or the finer things in life at this place - I’ll say it again it is a mountain refuse, and is located in a pretty harsh environment at an altitude of 3207m above sea level. It takes approx 6 hours to walk there from Imlil village. OK the review... I’ve stayed in plenty of mountain refused over the years, this is well built, well managed, popular place and from a mountaineers perspective it does exactly what it says on the tin. The food is hot, hearty and filling, the beds are huge bunk beds so be prepared to share with complete strangers and bring ear plugs. There is a small shop so bring money for chocolate bars, water and toilet roll etc (there is no other shops within a 6 hour radius) There is no wi-fi and 3G coverage is extremely poor. You can send txt and make calls if you are lucky. Electricity comes on throughout the whole refuge - lights and power sockets for charging phones / camera batteries etc and the 2 x communal room fires are lit between approx 7:00pm and go off / out at approx 10:00pm daily. Hot water is scarce, and the refuse is like a giant fridge outside of the 2x communal rooms fire lighting times, so make sure you bring clothes and a sleeping bag to keep warm, if you don’t you are going to have a pretty miserable time. This is a perfect location for a summit attempt on Mt Toubkal which lies at 4167m abound sea level and is another 4-5 hrs above the refuse. It is not a perfect location for a romantic getaway, remember “it is a mountain refuge”
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Refuge Toubkal Les Mouflons
What food & drink options are available at Refuge Toubkal Les Mouflons?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Does Refuge Toubkal Les Mouflons have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.