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Dades Gorge

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Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the best ways to see the Dades Gorge is with a guide, its a great hike. You can see the landscape close up and understand how it was formed. Its stunning scenery. Amazing, impressive going back in time. Hints: take good camera, suitable...More

Thank Janr20
Reviewed 11 March 2017

A great drive. Very beautiful. We didn't find much hiking but very much worth the visit. Some incredible view. Good roads. Easy to drive.

Thank TomAtAlki
Reviewed 10 January 2017

We walked for an hour in the gorge by the river from our hotel Chez Pierre after breakfast.It was mostly quiet and peaceful but sometimes it was broken by the occasional passing vehicles. Later our driver drove us to the top and end of the...More

Thank wallsydney
Reviewed 6 January 2017

We did a 8 hours hike with Hussein, a guide found by Chez Pierre where we were staying. Great guide, great landscape and views, walking through a variety of scenery, in the gorges, going up the mountain, on the ridge. You can modulate the length...More

Thank Diana_Mangalagiu
Reviewed 25 November 2016

The long drive into the gorge is quite spectacular. The switchbacks are quite impressive and there is a restaurant near the top of the switchback which gives a bathroom break and an opportunity for a nice view and soda.

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

Very Nice views and helpful people. Restaurant cascades du Dadès is a great starting point for a Nice 30 minute walk.

Thank Peggy v
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

The Dades Gorge offers amazing views. It really is a stunning place. One of my favourite places in Morocco

Thank korian89
Reviewed 17 October 2016

Both the drive out to this Gorge and the Gorge itself are absolutely beautiful. Definitely a "must see".

Thank Victoriatraveller_9
Reviewed 22 September 2016

We passed by the road and the view from the top of it was simply amazing. Our car was not a 4 by 4 even though everybody suggested to go there with one, so dont be scared to go there if you are around and...More

1  Thank AntonioZsuzsi T
Reviewed 16 June 2016

We spent a night in the Gorge and the views were great. I recommend going up top to see the super bendy road you see in all the photos; it's several hairpin bends one after the other! The sounds of the river outside made for...More

Thank Nathan F
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Hi fellow travelers, We are contemplating a 2 or 3 day drive between Fez en route to Marrakech through the Atlas Mountains. Any suggestions for an itinerary? Should we self drive or get a car/driver? I do speak modest French, but am not bilingual. Can we go through the Dades Gorge? We are a 40's/early 50's well traveled adventursome couple and like a little adventure in between our nice hotels. Any highlights of villages we should stop at? Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you. Chuck
9 April 2016|
Response from xminar |
Hi there, I just know that there is an asphalt route through Dades gorge. So no problem driving through. If you have nerves of steel you can drive. In Marrakesh I would rather just sit and watch than drive. The traffic is... More