Mount Kenya

Getting to Mount Kenya | Go to Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian 5,199 meters (17,057 ft) and Nelion at 5,188 metres (17,021 ft). While Point Lenana sits at 4,985 metres (16,355 ft) the mountain is in central Kenya, about 16.5 kilometers south of the equator. In addition it is 150 kilometers north-northeast of the capital Nairobi. Mt Kenya Climbing expedition is a must try experience whilst in Kenya

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4 Days Sirimon – Naromoru

Short Overview Tourism in Kenya is never enough without a visit to Mt. Kenya. The Naromoru route is a good itinerary option for trekkers who try to reach Point Lenana in a few days. The route starts at Naro Moru town to the west of the mountain and climbs towards Mackinder’s Camp. In addition the trek continues via the radio masts and later passes Austrian Hut as you get to the final leg of the summit. Not withstanding all this, it takes 4 days to the summit on this route.

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Naromoru- Chogoria 6 Days - 6 Days

Day One Naromoru Park Gate - Met Station Start the journey from Nairobi at 6.30am to be in Naromoru at 9.30am. If having spent the night at Naromoru, after breakfast we proceed to Naromoru Park Gate for registration and preparations. Start hiking to Met Station (3000m) where we spend the night. The hiking takes about 3 hrs. Dinner and overnight at a camp.