Located between the Atlas Mountains and Jbel Saghro, the winding, winding Dades Gorges road is said to be the most dangerous in the world. With its beautiful desert landscape, villages, and roadside palm groves, it is also known as one of the most beautiful routes in the world.
Dades Valley possesses a scene that is hard to find anywhere else in the world with snowfall on one side and majestic semi-desert on the other. Formed over the centuries by the flow of the Dades River with a series of rugged gorges, the road was carved by the river.
This road runs from Ouarzazate and stretches for more than 160 kilometers eastward, to Tineghir and Gorge Todra. Dades Gorges stretches along the arid but colorful Dades Valley. Standing out among the arid cliffs, the Dades River flows through the valley with its banks filled with vegetation such as fenugreek, wheat, birch, and almond trees.
Dades Gorges is regularly included in lists of the most dangerous roads. The road that runs through it is ranked among the most dangerous in all of Africa. It consists of numerous serpentine, bumps in the road, and is outstanding by the lack of barriers and shoulders. The best time to come here, and visit the valleys is from March to May and from May to July to conquer the majestic mountains. Overcoming the difficult road, you will feel your efforts are worth it when you admire the breathtaking scenery.
Although in a unique location and passing through remote areas, along the road, there are still buildings built on the side of the cliffs.
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