Set off at after breakfast with your Moroccan Mountain Guide towards the south through the Oued N'Fis Valley for some two hours hiking, passing by the terraced Berber villages of Tagadir n'Bour and Emesguine until you reach the mouth of the Assif Imigdal Valley. Here your guide will stop and prepare your field picnic by a spring with wonderful views of the sometimes stark mountains and lush valleys full of fields of corn and flowers.
Once refreshed, set off towards the south-east for some five to six hours, following the winding river's course along the valley formed by the Adrar Takherkhourte and the Jbel Tafengha (2163m). Along the way passing by isolated Berber hamlets and villages, such as Azzemour, Tawil, Targa and Igherm, until you reach the trailhead village of Adrar Iwzag-Ner (3490m).
Your guide and team will set up camp for the night and arrange for you to dine by a spring just outside the village. You'll doubtless see the Berber people riding their donkeys or mules from village to village, or get to see Berber women gathering wood, herbs and fodder for their livestock.