We organise tailor-made walking safaris on Mount Kenya for groups or individuals who are looking for a mountain adventure.
Our trips itineraries do not have set departure dates.
We have an experienced mountain team who will do their utmost to ensure your trip is as safe and enjoyable as possible.
On Africa’s second highest mountain, you can experience a high altitude walking trip amongst rugged peaks and glaciers.
If you are fit and active and want to challenge yourself to a high peak, you can trek to the third highest point, Point Lenana, which at 4,985 metres is higher than Mont Blanc. Or you can stroll in the eastern foothills, camping by Lake Ellis, visiting the spectacular Nithi waterfalls and climbing the mini summit of Mugi Hill.
Routes on Mount Kenya:
Naro Moru and Sirimon trek – both on the west side of the mountain, normally five days and either camping or a combination of camping and huts.
Mount Kenya Traverse – up the Naro Moru or Sirimon route and down the Chogoria on the east side, five days camping or combination with huts.
Summit Circuit – up the Naro Moru route, round the climbing peaks of Batian and Nelion and down the Chogoria route, six days camping with option to use huts.
Burguret Route – up the little used Burguret route on the west side and down the Chogoria route. Five days wild camping.
Batian Peak – a highly technical rock climb to the top of the highest peak on the mountain
Nelion Peak – a technical route to the second highest peak on the mountain.