Just spent a week at Les Mouflons for mountaineering and climbing.
Had a good stay and did not suffer from cold - all those flocking to the other refuge definitely missed out! Thanks to two new wood burners we stayed nice and toasty each night, which was good, as the outside temperatures plummeted to more than -8. The burners were also very handy with drying kit each evening. The dormitory was a steady +3 degrees each night, but plenty of blankets (provided) solved that.
Otherwise, enjoyed good food from the staff, who were also friendly and helpful and the place was kept clean and tidy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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. ... more less