Raised about 17,000 feet above the sea level stands the snow capped Mt Kenya. It is a the second highest mountain in Africa after Mt Kilimanjaro. Situated north of equator in Meru County; 30 km away from Nanyuki. Mt Kenya is one of the pride of Africa a home to a diverse life of flora and fauna.
Climbing Mt Kenya is a ‘hard nut to crack’ as its terrain is difficult even compared to Mt Kilimanjaro. There are three peaks Nelion and Batian which are difficult to access as compared to Lenana which is easily accessible to climbers.
Mt Kenya has vast diverse ecosystem and it’s considered a world’s heritage site by UNESCO. It a home to exotic animals, plants and birds.There are 4 lakes on Mt Kenya; Lake Alice, Lake Rutundu, Lake Ellis and Lake Michaelson. On a day trip it is only possible to hike till lake Ellis.
Transport will be provided on that day and professional mountaineering guide will be with you through out the hike.