Departing from Kelaat M'Gouna and heading towards the peaks of Jbel M'Goun, the waters have carved a deep gorge with steep walls of orange ocher into the folds of the M'Goun. The riverbanks are lined with oleander, and the water flows gently from the peaks.
Berber people have established villages all along the farming river, at an elevation of more than 2,200 meters, cultivating wheat and corn. The panoramic view from M'Goun's top (4,068 meters above sea level) is breathtaking.
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