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Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve is located in Kenya’s northeast region, approximately 110 miles from the capital city, Nairobi, and an approximate four-hour drive along the Nyeri-Nanyuki road near Naro Moru or via Chongoria using the Embu-Meru road. There are six entry gates into Mount Kenya National Park, namely Naro Moru, Kihari, Mawingu, Sirimon, Kamweti, and Chogoria Gates. By Air, a flight from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to Nanyuki Airstrip takes approximately one hour. The drive to the Sirimon Gate of Mount Kenya National Park is a 20-mile drive. The closest airport to Mount Kenya is at Nanyuki or the Laikipa Airport, though there are several small airports near the private lodges in the area.

 Mount Kenya National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to Kenya’s highest mountain – Mount Kenya (over 17,000 feet) found in the eastern part of the East African Rift Valley. There are a couple of gates into Mt. Kenya National Park and these include The Narumoru Gate, Kihari Gate, Mawingu Gate, Sirimon Gate, Kamweti Gate, and Chogoria Gate. Mount Kenya National Park was established in 1949 to protect Mount Kenya, the wildlife, and the surrounding environment, which forms a habitat for wild animals, as well as acting as an area for the catchment of water, to supply Kenya’s water. The park covers around 700 square kilometres protecting the mountain between altitudes of 11,000ft and 17,058 feet above sea level.

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve offers a landscape of Mountain Rivers, forest, moorland rock, and ice and is crowned by glittering twin peaks of Batian and Nelion for the Kikuyu people. The vegetation is mainly alpine and sub-alpine flora, bamboo forests, moorland, and tundra. The vegetation changes notably as you ascend because of the variations in temperatures. The most iconic attraction in the park is Mount Kenya, which is the second-highest mountain in Africa. The park hosts approximately 20 lakes and tarns. Three major peaks dot the mountainous scenes. These are; Batian (5,199m) & Nelion (5,188 metres). The two are mainly for visitors interested in technical climbing activities. The third peak is Point Lenana(4,984 meters). Among these are; game drives, mountain climbing, camping, and cave exploration.

Wildlife includes buffalo, elephants, black and white colobus and Sykes monkeys, rock and tree hyrax, white-tailed mongoose, suni, black-fronted duiker, mole rat, bushbucks, waterbuck, colobus monkeys, tree hyrax, and Elands. Animals rarely seen include leopards, bongo, giant forest hog, hyenas, Suni antelope, Mt. Kenya mole rat, skinks(lizards) montane vipers, and a variety of owls among others. Over 130 bird species have been recorded.

Visitors can enjoy activities such as game viewing, mountain climbing, camping, picnicking, bird watching, scenery, and nature photography. Climbing Mount Kenya is considered even more challenging than Kilimanjaro. Hiking up to the top takes 5 days. If you feel that you are not fit enough to take up the challenge of reaching the summit, you can choose the option of hiking up to the first sections or lower slopes. On descending, hikers can choose to stay in one of the hotels at the foot of the mountain where they can go fishing, golfing, playing tennis, checking out the Mau Mau Cave monument, or visiting the local tribes in the area. The best time to hike Mount Kenya is from December to February and also from August to September.

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve is a protected area established on the 16th of December 1949, and it is centered around Mount Kenya, the second-highest mountain in Africa. The park is located approximately 175 km northeast of Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city.

The park covers a total land area of 715 km² (276 square miles), (176,989 acres) and ranges in altitude from 1,600 to 5,199 meters (5,250 – 17,057 ft) above sea level. Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve is known for its diverse habitats, from lush bamboo and rainforests at lower altitudes to alpine meadows and glaciers at higher elevations.

Wildlife in the park includes species such as elephants, buffalos, leopards, and a variety of antelope and monkey species. It is also a habitat for rare and endangered species like the Mount Kenya mole-rat and high-altitude adapted plants.

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Facts

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Vegetation | Ecosystem

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve boasts a rich mosaic of ecosystems. The lower slopes are covered with dry upland forest, transitioning to true montane forest at 2,000m, mainly composed of cedar and podo trees. At 2,500m, a dense belt of bamboo forest emerges, giving way to smaller trees and meadows.

The high-altitude heath at the top (3,000-3,500m) is open, dotted with shrubs like African Sage, protea, and helichrysum. Above 3,500m, the landscape turns into moorland, home to unique montane and alpine vegetation with 11 species of endemic plants.


Climate: Dry & Wet Season | Best Time to Visit

Mount Kenya experiences two dry seasons (January to February and June to September) and two rainy seasons. The long dry season from July to October is ideal for wildlife viewing, as animals congregate near water sources.

The short rainy season in November and December sees afternoon showers, while the short dry season in January and February offers clear skies. The long rains from March to May can be heavy but intermittent. The best time to visit is during the dry seasons for favorable weather and outdoor activities.


Location | How to get to Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve is strategically located in central Kenya. The park is 90 km from Nairobi and can be accessed on the Nanyuki-Isiolo road via the Sirimon Track or on the Nyeri-Nanyuki road near Naro Moru. Alternatively, the park is also reachable via Chogoria on the Embu – Meru road, which is about 150 km north of Nairobi.

For those preferring air travel, a 35-minute flight from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to Nanyuki Airfield is available, which is just outside of Mount Kenya National Park. There are six entry gates into Mount Kenya National Park, namely Naro Moru, Kihari, Mawingu, Sirimon, Kamweti, and Chogoria Gates.


Mammals | Wildlife & Animals

The park is home to a variety of mammals including buffalo, elephants, black and white colobus monkeys, Sykes monkeys, rock and tree hyrax, white-tailed mongoose, suni, black-fronted duiker, mole rat, bushbucks, waterbuck, and elands. Rarely seen animals include leopard, bongo, giant forest hog, and the Mount Kenya mole rat.


Bird Checklist | Birdlife

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve is a haven for birdwatchers with over 130 bird species recorded. The birdlife includes sunbirds, starlings, and bearded vultures, as well as owls, eagles, nightjars, ibises, and hawks.


Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Opening Time

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve, is open every day from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Entrance Fee (1st January 2024 to 31st December 2024)

High Season – 1st July to 31st September, and 1st December to 29th February
Number of Days East Africa Citizen/ Resident (Kshs) Rest of Africa (USD) International Visitors (USD)
Adult Child/ Student Adult Child/ Student Adult Child/ Student
Mt Kenya Day Trip 500
Kenya Shillings
250
Kenya Shillings
30
US Dollars
20
US Dollars
60
US Dollars
20
US Dollars
Mt Kenya 2-Day Package including camping 1,200
Kenya Shillings
650
Kenya Shillings
70
US Dollars
48
US Dollars
140
US Dollars
55
US Dollars
Mt Kenya 3 Day Package including camping 1,900
Kenya Shillings
1,050
Kenya Shillings
110
US Dollars
76
US Dollars
220
US Dollars
90
US Dollars
Mt Kenya 4-Day Package including camping 2,600
Kenya Shillings
1,450
Kenya Shillings
150
US Dollars
104
US Dollars
300
US Dollars
125
US Dollars
Mt Kenya 5-Day Package including camping 3,100
Kenya Shillings
1,700
Kenya Shillings
180
US Dollars
124
US Dollars
360
US Dollars
145
US Dollars
Mt Kenya 6-Day Package including camping 3,800
Kenya Shillings
2,100
Kenya Shillings
220
US Dollars
152
US Dollars
440
US Dollars
180
US Dollars

Low Season – 1st October to 31st November and 1st March to 30th June

Number of Days

East Africa Citizen/ Resident (Kshs) Rest of Africa (USD)

International Visitors (USD)

Adult Child/ Student Adult Child/ Student Adult

Child/ Student

Mt Kenya Day Trip

250
Kenya Shillings
250
Kenya Shillings
15
US Dollars
10
US Dollars
30
US Dollars
20
US Dollars

Mt Kenya 2-Day Package including camping

700
Kenya Shillings
650
Kenya Shillings
40
US Dollars
28
US Dollars
80
US Dollars

55
US Dollars

Mt Kenya 3 Day Package including camping

1,150
Kenya Shillings
1,050
Kenya Shillings
65
US Dollars
46
US Dollars
130
US Dollars
90
US Dollars

Mt Kenya 4-Day Package including camping

1,600
Kenya Shillings
1,450
Kenya Shillings
90
US Dollars
64
US Dollars
180
US Dollars

125
US Dollars

Mt Kenya 5-Day Package including camping

1,850
Kenya Shillings
1,700
Kenya Shillings
105
US Dollars
74
US Dollars
210
US Dollars
145
US Dollars

Mt Kenya 6-Day Package including camping

2,300
Kenya Shillings
2,100
Kenya Shillings
130
US Dollars
92
US Dollars
260
US Dollars

180
US Dollars

Notes

* Mountain Climbing – Mt Kenya packages include camping fees
* Special activity fees exclude park, reserve, or sanctuary conservation fees
* MT. KenyaLow season” shall be from 1st October to 31st November and 1st March to 31st June
* MT. KenyaHigh season” shall be from 1st July to 31st September, and 1st December to 29th February
* International (INTL) Visitors – Refers to visitors other than EAC and the rest of Africa with a valid passport
* Rest of Africa – Refers to nationals of African countries other than East African countries with a valid passport
* Kenyan Citizen – Refers to Kenyan nationals by birth and registration, with a valid Identification Card with a valid passport
* Resident -Refers to persons of other nationalities residing in Kenya with valid documentation from the Kenyan government
* Daily fee is a single entry fee valid for 24 hours of continuous uninterrupted stay inside a KWS national park/ reserve/ sanctuary
* Senior Citizen – Refers to Kenyan Citizens aged 75 years and above. Senior citizens shall access all KWS parks, reserves, and sanctuaries for free

* Children -Refers to persons from the age of five (5) years to seventeen years (17) years. Children below the age of five (5) years shall access all KWS parks, reserves, and sanctuaries for free
* East African Community (EAC) Citizen – Refers to nationals of East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo
(DRC)
* Conservation Fees – Refers to fees charged in national parks, reserves, and sanctuaries to conserve and protect natural resources, such as wildlife, habitats, and ecosystems
* Persons with Disabilities(PWD) – Refers to Kenyan Citizens who have a physical, sensory, mental, or other impairment, including any visual, hearing, learning, or physical incapability, which impacts adversely social, economic, or environmental participation. PWD access all KWS parks and sanctuaries for free upon presentation of valid documentation from the National Council for Persons with Disabilities
* Student – Refers to an individual from a recognized secondary, government, or private college or university up to twenty-three (23) years old visiting the parks for purposes of learning about conservation through a documented and organized arrangement with that institution. It excludes students on personally arranged holidays. KWS will require a minimum of one (1) week’s notice to issue a written authorization for the student rate

Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Where To Stay | Accommodation

Sportsman's Arms Hotel

Sportsman’s Arms Hotel is a contemporary hotel situated in the heart of Nanyuki. The expansive hotel boasts beautiful views of Mt Kenya to the East and picturesque sunset views to the West. The stylish and relaxing atmosphere is perfect for business and leisure travelers. The airport is only five minutes drive from the hotel; which is 500m from the town’s main street.

The hotel consists of two modern wings with several deluxe rooms complete with satellite TV. Set around a spacious courtyard are cozy country cottages. These cottages include a kitchen, a lounge area with a fireplace, and an en-suite bathroom.

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Sirimon Route | Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Hiking Routes

Sirimon Route is nestled on the northwest flank of Mount Kenya and offers a gateway to the mountain’s majestic peaks through the town of Nanyuki. The journey from Sirimon Gate to Point Lenana spans roughly 53 kilometers, with the trailhead starting at an elevation of 2,440 meters and culminating at the peak’s lofty 4,985 meters (16354 ft).

This route is dotted with notable landmarks and campsites, such as Old Moses Camp at 3,300 meters (10826 ft), providing a respite for trekkers early in their ascent, and Shipton Camp at 4,200 meters (13779 ft), which serves as a strategic base for the final push to the summit.

The path unfolds a visual narrative of Mount Kenya’s rich tapestry, from the dense bamboo thickets at lower altitudes to the heather and moorland’s open expanses, culminating in the alpine zone’s stark beauty. Each step offers a new vista, the verdant valleys, or the imposing grandeur of Nelion and Batian, the mountain’s highest sentinels.

The Route is favored for its moderate difficulty and high success rate, attributed to its gradual incline that facilitates acclimatization, a critical factor for mountaineering endeavors. Trekkers are rewarded with the physical triumph of sumitting and the sensory experience of Mount Kenya’s diverse ecosystems.

However, the route’s length demands both time and endurance, potentially posing a challenge for those on a tight schedule. Preparation is key; adequate mountain gear, including insulated clothing and robust boots, is essential, along with camping supplies to weather the mountain’s capricious climate.

The Sirimon Route, with its clearly defined trails and designated campsites, offers a structured approach to the ascent of Mount Kenya. The presence of our professional guides ensures meticulous navigation and safety, providing climbers with a reliable and secure passage through the mountain’s diverse terrains.

Sirimon Route Hiking & Trekking Packages

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Sirimon Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Sirimon Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Sirimon Route has the gentlest slope of all approach routes and is therefore perfect for beginners. It offers two distinctive day-trips. One you can drive to the park entrance, the hike starts from the Park entrance gate through the Gallery forest up to Old Moses Camp at an altitude of 3000 meters. This is a favorite spot for ornithologists and offers an opportunity to see the Grevy Zebras in the forest. The second day trip Sirimon Route starts with a drive to Old Moses Camp where the hike starts through the barrow towards Liki North Valley. Here the Moorland offers a gentle climb through fascinating vegetation with a chance of seeing the peaks.

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2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Sirimon Route (Moorland)

2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Sirimon Route (Moorland)

2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Sirimon Route trip is for those that are interested in hiking through the forest and dry Moorland with a night spent at Liki North Valley. Day 2 contains an ascent of the Liki North Valley for a glimpse of the peaks and a descent to Old Moses for pick up. The Sirimon route features the most gradual ascent profile and best acclimatization options and passes through impressive Yellowwood forests in the lower reaches and features abundant wildlife.

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Mount Kenya Climbing 3 Days 2 Nights Sirimon Route Hiking Safari

Mount Kenya Climbing 3 Days 2 Nights Sirimon Route Hiking Safari is an intensive, short-duration trek aimed at well-acclimatized and physically fit hikers. The objective is to ascend to Point Lenana, the third highest peak of Mount Kenya, in a minimal amount of time. The adventure begins with a drive from Nairobi to the base lodge on the western slopes of Mount Kenya. Here, participants undergo a briefing and equipment check before starting their hike at the Sirimon Park Gate, crossing the equator en route to Old Moses camp at 3,300 meters. This initial hike takes about 3-4 hours through diverse ecological zones, offering trekkers a chance to acclimate and enjoy the local wildlife. On the second day, an early breakfast precedes a 7-8 hour hike to Shipton's camp at 4,236 meters. The route traverses the Mackinder Valley, featuring unique alpine vegetation and leading to the camp situated beneath the glaciers and rocky summits. The summit attempt on the third day starts before dawn, with climbers tackling steep scree and rocky paths to reach Point Lenana at 4,985 meters for sunrise. Following the successful ascent, the descent begins back to Shipton’s camp for brunch, then down to Old Moses camp. The journey concludes with a transfer off the mountain.

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Climbing Mount Kenya 4 Days 3 Nights Sirimon Route Trekking Package

Mount Kenya 4 Days 3 Nights Trekking Package via the Sirimon Route is a captivating journey to the central peaks of Mount Kenya, suitable for those with limited time but a strong desire to reach the third highest peak, Point Lenana. The Sirimon route starts 25 km from Nanyuki town and provides a direct path to the mountain’s northern side, including the peaks of Batian, Nelion, and Lenana. The trek begins with a drive from Nairobi to Nanyuki, followed by an ascent to Old Moses Camp, which serves as the first night’s accommodation. The route progresses through diverse ecosystems, starting in a dense forest and transitioning to heathland. Climbers then ascend to Shipton Camp, situated at 4200 meters in Mackinders Valley. The steep climb to Point Lenana starts before dawn in order to catch the sunrise at the summit. This non-technical ascent is achievable for any healthy individual. After reaching the peak, trekkers descend to Shipton Camp for breakfast, followed by a return to Old Moses Camp for dinner and overnight rest. The final day involves a descent through the rainforest to the Sirimon Gate and a drive back to Nairobi. The trek is supported by guides and porters, with budget-friendly accommodations and meals provided throughout the journey.

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5 Days 4 Nights Climbing Mount Kenya/ Trekking Package (in Sirimon/ Out Chogoria)

5 Days Mount Kenya Climbing Sirimon Chogoria Routes package offers a unique and varied trekking experience, combining the Sirimon route with the Chogoria path. The journey begins in Nairobi, with a drive to Nanyuki. The climb starts at the Sirimon gate, leading through diverse forests to Old Moses Camp, where the first night is spent. The following day, hikers ascend to Shipton Camp, passing through the Likii North Valley and Mackinder's Valley. The trek to Shipton Camp takes 7-8 hours, culminating in a restful evening at 4200 meters. On the fourth day, an early start leads to Point Lenana, the trek's highest point, offering panoramic views that may include Mt. Kilimanjaro and the Indian Ocean. The descent brings trekkers to Mintos Hut for breakfast, followed by a hike to Road Head for lunch. The final day's walk to Chogoria is the conclusion of the trek, after which the climbers return to Nairobi. This package is ideal for those looking to experience the contrast of Mount Kenya's terrain and enjoy the mountain's beauty during the optimal seasons of January to March and July to October. Accommodations along the route offer basic amenities, ensuring a comfortable journey amidst the mountain's rugged environment.

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6 Days 5 Nights Climbing Mount Kenya/ Trekking Package (in Sirimon/ Out Naro Moru)

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7 Days 6 Nights Climbing Mount Kenya/ Trekking Package (in Sirimon/ Out Naro Moru)

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Naro Moru Route | Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Hiking Routes

Naro Moru Route, a favored path for climbers aiming to conquer Mount Kenya, begins at the Naro Moru Gate, located on the mountain’s western side. The starting point is at an elevation of 2,600 meters (8,530 feet). The route itself is approximately 40 kilometers (24.85 miles) in length and leads to Point Lenana, the trekking peak, which stands at an impressive 4,985 meters (16,355 feet) above sea level1.

The trail is known for its steep sections, including the challenging ‘vertical bog’, a marshy stretch that can be quite demanding. As climbers ascend, they pass through the Teleki Valley, offering views of the Tryndall and the Lewis Glacier.

The route includes overnight stops at Met Station Campsite, situated at 3,300 meters (10,827 feet), and Mackinder Campsite, located at 4,200 meters (13,780 feet), before the final summit attempt1.

The Naro Moru Route is renowned for its direct and rapid ascent, making it the quickest path to the peak. However, this also means that climbers have less time to acclimatize, which can increase the risk of altitude sickness. The route’s vertical bog section adds to the physical challenge.

To navigate this route successfully, climbers must be equipped with the right gear and supplies, and the assistance of a professional guide is highly recommended for safe passage.

Naro Moru Route Hiking & Trekking Packages

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Naro Moru Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Naro Moru Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Naro Moru Route approaches the mountain from the west and is the quickest approach to the summit. These walks offer good opportunities for bird watching and for enjoying the different plant life. Moorland trips offer a drive up to Met Station from which one can hike to the Moorland. Here magnificent alpine plants can be enjoyed.

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2 Days 1 Night Climbing Mount Kenya Naro Moru Route Trip

2 Days 1 Night Climbing Mount Kenya Naro Moru Route Trip

2 Days 1 Night Climbing Mount Kenya Naro Moru Route trip begins with a hike from the park entrance to the Met Station, where you spend the night. The next day you proceed to hike through the Moorland to the crest of Teleki Valley, for a splendid view of the park. Naro Moru route is the closest to Nairobi, with the Naro Moru Park Gate situated about 175 km's from Nairobi and 15 km's from Naro Moru town. The Naro Moru Route is on the west side of Mount Kenya.

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2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Naro Moru Climbing (Point Lenana)

2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Naro Moru Climbing (Point Lenana)

2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Naro Moru Climbing trip offers an opportunity to visitors with limited time to reach the third highest Peak of Mount Kenya (Point Lenana, 4985 meters). Hiking begins at the Met Station and goes up to Mackinders Camp (4200 m) to spend the night. A pre-dawn ascent of the Peak is done followed by a trek down to the Met Station for pick-up the same day. NB: only those physically fit and properly acclimatized to high altitudes should attempt this trip.

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5 Days 4 Nights Climbing Mount Kenya/ Trekking Package (Naro Moru Route)

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Chogoria Route | Mount Kenya National Park & Reserve Hiking Routes

Chogoria Route is often lauded as the most picturesque path to the summit of Mount Kenya, offering an immersive experience through diverse landscapes. The journey commences at the Chogoria Gate, with the trailhead situated at an elevation of 2,150 meters (7,054 feet). The route stretches over a distance of approximately 32 kilometers (20 miles), culminating at Point Lenana, the accessible peak at 4,985 meters (16,355 feet).

The ascent begins with a gentle walk through lush montane forests, home to a variety of wildlife, and gradually transitions into moorland, where the terrain opens up to reveal sweeping views of the highlands. Trekkers pass by the enchanting

Lake Ellis at 3,455 meters (11,335 feet), which serves as a serene campsite and offers opportunities for trout fishing. Further along, the path skirts the edge of the dramatic Gorges Valley, showcasing sheer cliffs and the spectacular Nithi Falls.

The route then leads to Mintos Camp at 4,200 meters (13,780 feet), positioned near the Hall Tarns, providing a vantage point for the awe-inspiring Temple and Lake Michaelson below. The final push to the summit traverses the alpine zone, where the landscape is dominated by rock, ice, and sparse vegetation, offering climbers a stark contrast to the lush valleys below.

The Chogoria Route’s gradual incline and scenic diversity make it an excellent choice for climbers who wish to acclimatize properly and enjoy the mountain’s natural beauty. The route’s length allows for a slower ascent, which can increase the success rate for reaching the summit.

However, its extended duration may not suit those with limited time, and the descent can be quite long if returning via the same path. To navigate this route, climbers must be equipped with appropriate gear for cold and wet conditions, and the guidance of a professional guide is highly recommended for a safe and enjoyable trek.

Chogoria Route Hiking & Trekking Packages

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Chogoria Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Chogoria Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Chogoria Route approaches the mountain on the Eastern side. This route contains luxurious vegetation combined with the fact that the final eruption of Mount Kenya occurred on this side of the mountain. This makes it one of the most scenic parts of the entire area. The day starts by driving up to the park entrance and hiking to Mugi Hill, Lake Ellis and the Gates (Road Head) to experience the magnificent sceneries on the Eastern side of the mountain. After that we descend to the park entrance for pick up.

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2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Chogoria Route

2 Days 1 Night Mount Kenya Climbing Chogoria Route

Mount Kenya Climb 1 Day Hike Chogoria Route approaches the mountain on the Eastern side. This route contains luxurious vegetation combined with the fact that the final eruption of Mount Kenya occurred on this side of the mountain. This makes it one of the most scenic parts of the entire area. The day starts by driving up to the park entrance and hiking to Mugi Hill, Lake Ellis and the Gates (Road Head) to experience the magnificent sceneries on the Eastern side of the mountain. After that we descend to the park entrance for pick up.

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5 Days 4 Nights Climbing Mount Kenya/ Trekking Package (Chogoria Route)

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