Yes, I suppose it could be done, but I would strongly advise you look at either getting more time, or scaling down your aspirations. Morocco isn't a racetrack and you are sharing the road with slow-moving vehicles with low-skilled drivers and animal traffic. The Tizi 'n Tichka is a major pass, there's another pass between Ouarzazate and Adgz.
There's loads of other pistes to try. You could take the Telouet turn off heading east from the top of the Tichka which turns into an interesting piste. Then just after Ait Benhaddou turn east on more pistes and you come out in the middle of Ouarzazate.
Bikershome in Ouarzazate
is a good place to stay. Pick Peter's brains on pistes and enjoy Zineb's cooking.
Then there's a wonderland of pistes running north of, and parallel to the road from Ouarzazate to Boulmane. The area north of Kelaa M'Gouna and west of Ait Youl is particularly stunning.
You could then loop back going north up the Dades, taking the piste east just after Msemir, the south down the Todra, then take the M5 piste south from Tinerhir to Nekob. This is probably too much, but at least you can easily chop bits out.
"For sheer delight there is nothing like altitude; it gives one the thrill of adventure
and enlarges the world in which you live,"
Irving Mather (1892-1966)
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Last edited by Tim Cullis; 1 Dec 2007 at 15:15.