10-Oct-2019 -- when I planned my Morocco offroad trip #8 there were only few regions left, which I had not yet visited, such as this area. Another reason was this virgin confluence point. On satellite maps I found lots of tracks crisscrossing the flat landscape. We left the asphalt road with our Land Rover at Outat El Hadj (أوطاط الحاج) and took the most promising tracks in direction to the spot lying 75 km to SE. There is not much to tell about this barren place. Most tracks lead to huts or tents of shepherds who are (apart from their animals) the only people we met.
The spot itself lies in the vicinity of such a shepperd hut, so we could use tracks except for the last 300 meters.
After documenting the confluence around noon, we turned SW in direction to the village of Beni Tadjite (بني تادجيت), roughly 90 km away.