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Todra Gorge

Listed under Canyons in High Atlas, Morocco.

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Remote in the Atlas Mountains are the dramatic, narrow, carved out sunburn cliffs of Todra Gorge. Narrow as 10 metres across and around 200 metres high this canyon was originally blasted out by a raging torrent of glacial water which has now slowed to a trickle. Around 600 metres long there is a clear path to walk along the canyon’s floor.

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