This year is SeeAbility’s 220th Birthday  – and to celebrate we’re inviting you to join us in an extraordinary 5 day trekking challenge to the top of Mount Toubkal.

Partnering sighted and visually impaired adventurers, you’ll get to appreciate the authentic rural culture of Morocco in a unique, immersive way. You and your fellow visually impaired travellers will be participating as equals and sharing this amazing inclusive experience together.

In times of increasing division in society, being more inclusive offers an opportunity to value difference, develop trust and build a better and more resilient you – whether you join as an individual or as a group.

To be held the week of World Sight Day, this tough but incredibly rewarding challenge is designed for beginners, so anyone can participate but you must be in fairly good shape to summit the mountain and be comfortable hiking all day through moderately difficult terrain. Our route will involve steep climbs in high altitude (up to 4,167 metres above sea level), mostly on upper foothill mule tracks that are sometimes rocky and seldom flat.


  • Registration Fee: £200
  • Total Sponsorship for SeeAbility: £1,400

(Registration fee counts towards the total sponsorship amount).

What’s Included?

Traveleyes group crossing a river in Morocco

We’ll be partnering with Traveleyes, the World leaders for group travel with blind and sighted travellers, who will provide participants with:

  • Flights and transfers from the UK (London, times TBA)
  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • 3 full days trekking in the Atlas Mountains
  • 2 nights accommodation in Marrakesh
  • 2 nights accommodation in the Toubkal Refuge
  • Services of local guides
  • Services of a Traveleyes tour manager.

Want to join us?

Find out more or sign up below.

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  • SeeAbility would like to reassure anyone thinking of joining us on this trek that TravelEyes takes the safety of their clients very seriously. We will be travelling in a group with guides and staying in safe accommodations each night and will continue to heed Foreign Office Advice regarding travel in this region.