National Geographic : 1968 Jun
IYear-round snow Said is enaged as a guide MOROfor the trekfrom Imi cil, ,I aJ i MULE TRE UOto Ait AiOu u 'chiku ars Author s route with overnih gid tAli u Elevations in feet .aodegd oumlf:li Asif....... Stream Oued.. . River , e 1i *ini Jebel..M ountain(s) Tizi ..... ......... Pass 7. arrakech snowRoads rI - m r S du Da s uying mules and supplies SAuthor's route withoverniqhIan ion mit E deset out on their 72 day - de MElevations- o ' journey through Morocco s onJ lM)Ti..... to.. Zagora.Pass 7, 0 . C)Ll SoIII r ,;e'-"' : Boumnalne IACHOM () N.GS . A,, anansikht SThe adventure ends at Zagora. Mulessold, author letves Zagora town by car. 1)RAWNiY LEO B /IfrA A " . " OMPI I IY GIORGElW BIAIIY GOGRAPHIC ARTDIViS ON C NATIONALGEOGRAPHICSOCIETY PORTUGAL SPAIN Sea ,t ,E ase&Xt Algiers GIBRALTARa c, e A tlao ,ic: Rabat Ata Casablanca, * ;\ Ocean MORo MarrakeA r n ALGERIA AREA ENLAR 5GA GERIA Canary Islands IFNI AHA A (SPAIN) (SPAIN) - - PAI i STATUTEMILES Green-stripedareas ihabitedby Berbers In search of north Africa's past, the author traveled a 500-mile zigzag course through Morocco's mountain fast nesses. Foreigners ventured into the region at their own risk until the French Foreign Legion finally quelled the last Berber resistance in the High Atlas in 1933. After business-pleasure! In Tinerhir the bearded merchant who sold the author his mules entertains Mr. Englebert, seated at far left. Observing Moslem custom, he eats with his right hand. Mint tea accompanies bread, 85hone and almonds. Morocco's flag adorns the wall.