Haut Atlas Oriental National Park
Consisting of very rugged mountains, the park covers an area of 49 000 ha between the relatively wet area to the north and dry and the desert south of the eastern High Atlas. The park is drained by several wadis that constitute a dense river network and tangled.
The northern slopes of the park are covered by a beautiful forest of cedars associations with Holm oak, maritime pine mountain, Cade Juniper and Juniper Phoenicia. Beyond 3000 m altitude, flora is represented by a vegetation pads. The harsh terrain park provides refuge and safety to a large population of Mouflons cuffs, the gazelle and Cuvier past Panthers.