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Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike
Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Tour
Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike
Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Tour

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Tour is designed for guests who have limited time and who are not interested in reaching any of the summits.

This safari is tailored to those who are interested in seeing the fascinating vegetation zones of an equatorial mountain and the associated rich animal and bird life.

There are 5 main routes to the peak.

Sirimon: Sirimon route, is the most popular ascent as the altitude gain is nice and steady and it offers one of the most beautiful approaches to the peaks. Allow a minimum of 2 nights to peak when ascending, although we recommend spending an extra night at the last camp (Shipton’s) on the way up.

Burguret: If you want to avoid the crowds then Burguret is the best route. You’ll be hacking through pristine rainforest on this little used route, overnighting at wilderness campsites.

Going up this route is challenging, it is little more than a game track in places, often muddy and rough under foot. Burguret is usually combined with a Chogoria or Sirimon descent. Allow a minimum of 3 nights before peak when ascending

Naro Moru: Naro-Moru is the most popular descent route, fast and easy (at least on the way down!). Naro Moru passes through the notorious vertical bog section which gets very waterlogged in the rainy seasons.

The vegetation is at its most striking on this route. It can be descended in one very long day, usually done in two days and one night.

Chogoria: If you have more time then choose dramatic Chogoria over Naro Moru for the descent. The Chogoria route passes by tarns, waterfalls and an incredible gorge.  Allow two or three days for your descent.

Timau: Timau is little used nowadays, there is little forest on this side of the mountain and no facilities, just lots of wide-open country.

Mount Kenya Climb One Day hike is for visitors who would be spend a night before in lodges, hotels and hostels in the Mount Kenya region or from Nairobi.

The trip offers a drive to the park entrance and a hike to view plants, animals and the scenery.

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