At first the inhabitants of the region had subsisted on agricultural activities like growing almond, argan, palm trees, wheat and barley, but the limited benefit they brought many people to emigrate in search of a better future. Today the picture is somewhat more encouraging since tourism has increased considerably making the local economy begins to recover slowly. The mountains and valleys Speck with the green of the argan trees, which dominate the mountainous landscape, also dotted with small stone villages, many abandoned (drcha picture.) .- The most impressive of all these people is, in my view, Tissergane -in some guides listed as Imouzgane- (115 km. from agadir and 50 of Tafraoute), authentic walled eagles nest on top of a hill (below) .- the access is by foot, by a steep staircase that leads to the only entrance crossing the wall (soon will own entrance) .- After crossing the Tizi-n-Tarkatine, entered the southern slope of the Jbel Leskt, down to the valley floor where peoples are happening between crops, almond and olive trees, reaching Tafraoute.- are a total of 165 km., and must calculate a minimum of 4 hours, and praying that we not caught a bus in front, because once entered in the Anti Atlas, the road is narrow and winding, with few clear options overtaking.