Alpine activity begins to develop in the Toubkal Massif, just after the First World War, in 1922 a small group of French climbers created the Moroccan High Atlas section of the French Alpine Club. This famous peak is Toubkal is only recognized in 1922 as the highest peak in North Africa and throughout the Moroccan Atlas. It is in 1923 that the summit has been climbed by three French climbers: the Marquis de Segonzac, Vincent Berger and Hubert Dobeau. It was in 1938 that the French Alpine Club Section Casablanca decided to build a shelter called Neltner, named MR LOUIS NELTNER, one of the best geologists and mountaineer time to properly dispose of a fixed base at the foot of the northern slopes of Toubkal. In 1997 the architect Claude Verdugo its proposed restructuring project refuge, finished 11.22.1999, which has a new name: the refuge of Toubkal (3207m), was opened to the public with its 86 beds tourists, 20 beds muleteers, very comfortable, modern, was listening to all your needs. Come and visit us you will not be disappointed.