The New Climb Tafraout Guidebook

Our new Climb Tafraout guidebook is the first single-volume guide to the entire Anti-Atlas, providing a 'one-stop shop' for climbers visiting this incredible climbing paradise, whether they're first-time visitors or Anti-Atlas addicts. It's going to be packed full of the clearest and most accurate photo topos, along with detailed Geographics mapping at 1:50k, 1:25k and 1:12500 scales.

The guide is now available . Visit our store to order your copy now!

Check out the ISSUU preview below!


The book covers all the current climbing areas in the Anti-Atlas, including:

  • Tafraout Granite
  • Anergui Basin
  • Ameln Valley
  • Tarakatine
  • Sidi M'Zal and the Eastern Escarpment
  • Jebel Taskra and the Tizi N'Takoucht Escarpment
  • Idaougnidif Area
  • Afantinzar
  • Samazar
  • Aouguenz Province
  • Tagzene
  • Tagmout

Although we thought it would be a difficult compromise when choosing exactly what include, it turned out to almost write itself - we've managed to cram in all of the best and most popular crags, with definitive coverage of every one, meaning that the only things omitted are obscure outcrops.

Super-efficient use of space and meticulous page design work have kept the size of the guide to a minimum, despite such comprehensive coverage.


One of the most noticeable steps forward with the Climb Tafraout Guide is full and detailed mapping - the guide includes sections of the new and very popular OAC 1:50000 MiniMap series, as well as custom 1:25000 and 1:125000 crag maps, which will make locating your chosen crag easier than ever!


Check out our complete range of local area maps, including the 1:50000 Outdoor Activity Maps as well as free downloads.

Climbing Guidebooks

A full range of climbing guidebooks is available in our online shop, or you can read about what's available here.

Free Downloads

We've got a bunch of free downloads to help you get the most out of your trip to the Anti-Atlas, including maps, updates, and topos.

Online New Route Book

Check out the latest new routes, or report your own first ascents in our online new route book.