Mount Kenya National Park
Located in the heart of central Kenya, this giant edifice rises to 5,199m – an impressive 17,057 feet – above sea level.
It’s by far the tallest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Mount Kilimanjaro. One of Kenya’s most iconic and popular attractions, this ancient volcano has been eroded by ice for thousands of years to produce incredible chasms, jagged peaks and waterfalls across its surface.
First scaled in 1899, it definitely presents a worthy challenge to all avid climbers. There are several different routes ranging from a relatively easy hike to a challenging climb – accompanied by trained and capable guides. The north side is best tackled in August and September, whilst the south face is easily navigable around January or February.
But Mount Kenya is not just about the climb and the incredible views, or the varied geological formations, glaciers and diverse vegetation; the Mount Kenya National Park is home to an amazing diversity of wildlife.
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