Sidi (Saint) Chamharouch is a name of the sultan of the jinns (King of Devils). It is located at 2350m altitude halfway on the trail of Imlil to Refuge Toubkal Les Mouflons. It is a group of small shops (boutiques, Maurs cafés, rooms,...) that surround a big white stone (painted white) under which it was built a sort of mausoleum with a so-called tomb of the King of jinns (Chamharouch).
It is a well known place and frequented by Moroccan people and tourists. Superstitious and uncultivated families bring their patients suffering from mental diseases (crises epileptics, hysterical, crisis of nerves,...) and slaughter a sheep, a goat or a chicken as an offering that depends on the degree of the disease with a prejudice that the patient is haunted by Devils “that forces them” come to make the pilgrimage to their King with the aim to be released and cured.