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Toubkal Hiking Map

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Toubkal Hiking Map

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A detailed, accurate and up-to-date Jebel Toubkal hiking map.  Jebel Toubkal in the High Atlas mountains of Morocco is the highest peak in North Africa and a popular trekking destination. A street plan of Marrakech is on the reverse of the Toubkal hiking map.

1:50,000 Toubkal Hiking Map

1:50,000 topographic map detail includes contours at 20m intervals, hill-shading, woodland and scrub areas, springs, creeks, rivers and dry riverbeds. Road detail includes tracks and footpaths, and funicular railways and ski-lifts are also indicated. Isolated buildings are marked and symbols show ski-stations, refuges and religious buildings. A 1km UTM grid is drawn over the map and margin ticks are at 1′ intervals.
On the reverse is a clear plan of Marrakech at approximately 1:8,700. It covers the Medina district and extends westwards to the main railway terminus. Colours highlight main sites of interest, public buildings, shopping areas/markets and pedestrian zones. One-way streets are marked and symbols show a range of useful features e.g. hotels, taxi ranks, car parks.A detailed, accurate and up-to-date trekking map of Jebel Toubkal in the High Atlas mountains of Morocco, the highest peak in North Africa and popular trekking destination. A street plan of Marrakech is on the reverse.

1:50,000 topographic map detail includes contours at 20m intervals, hill-shading, woodland and scrub areas, springs, creeks, rivers and dry riverbeds. Road detail includes tracks and footpaths, and funicular railways and ski-lifts are also indicated. Isolated buildings are marked and symbols show ski-stations, refuges and religious buildings. A 1km UTM grid is drawn over the map and margin ticks are at 1′ intervals.
On the reverse is a clear plan of Marrakech at approximately 1:8,700. It covers the Medina district and extends westwards to the main railway terminus. Colours highlight main sites of interest, public buildings, shopping areas/markets and pedestrian zones. One-way streets are marked and symbols show a range of useful features e.g. hotels, taxi ranks, car parks.A detailed, accurate and up-to-date trekking map of Jebel Toubkal in the High Atlas mountains of Morocco, the highest peak in North Africa and popular trekking destination. A street plan of Marrakech is on the reverse.

1:50,000 topographic map detail includes contours at 20m intervals, hill-shading, woodland and scrub areas, springs, creeks, rivers and dry riverbeds. Road detail includes tracks and footpaths, and funicular railways and ski-lifts are also indicated. Isolated buildings are marked and symbols show ski-stations, refuges and religious buildings. A 1km UTM grid is drawn over the map and margin ticks are at 1′ intervals.
On the reverse is a clear plan of Marrakech at approximately 1:8,700. It covers the Medina district and extends westwards to the main railway terminus. Colours highlight main sites of interest, public buildings, shopping areas/markets and pedestrian zones. One-way streets are marked and symbols show a range of useful features e.g. hotels, taxi ranks, car parks.A detailed, accurate and up-to-date trekking map of Jebel Toubkal in the High Atlas mountains of Morocco, the highest peak in North Africa and popular trekking destination. A street plan of Marrakech is on the reverse.

1:50,000 topographic map detail includes contours at 20m intervals, hill-shading, woodland and scrub areas, springs, creeks, rivers and dry riverbeds. Road detail includes tracks and footpaths, and funicular railways and ski-lifts are also indicated. Isolated buildings are marked and symbols show ski-stations, refuges and religious buildings. A 1km UTM grid is drawn over the map and margin ticks are at 1′ intervals.
On the reverse is a clear plan of Marrakech at approximately 1:8,700. It covers the Medina district and extends westwards to the main railway terminus. Colours highlight main sites of interest, public buildings, shopping areas/markets and pedestrian zones. One-way streets are marked and symbols show a range of useful features e.g. hotels, taxi ranks, car parks.