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Knowing How to Climb Mount Kenya

Streaking toward the sky with its peak altitude reaching an outstanding 5,200 Meters, Mount Kenya, situated in Kenya Africa, is the highest mountain in this country and only second to Kilimanjaro in the whole continent of Africa. Without a doubt, this kind of Mountain feel with majesty, is something that any mountain climbers would love to climb and in fact, it is even fitter and more welcoming for climbers than Kilimanjaro.

By being fitter for mountaineers to climb, this reassures mountain climbers that it is not impossible to learn how to climb Kenya’s Highest Mountain and as such, if you belong to the people who are more than motivated to give this mountain a try, then you can definitely do so with the right effort and resources. Reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro, is undeniably a lot easier compared to popular belief because even though it’s the highest in the whole of Africa, it is a lot easier to climb with no problems due to altitude and build, that makes climbing it, more of a trekking experience.

Mount Kenya is undeniably one of the most mysterious mountain in Africa with a peak showcasing the beauty of the Alpines, all while making it more evident just how rich and abundant its ecosystem is, whether it comes to plants or animals which lives on it. When you visit the base and prepare for the climb, you’ll even see monkeys along its base, topped with even rarer animals like elephants, Cape Buffalos and more abundant diverse species of birds. Dendrosenecio or more known as Giant Groundsel, is also situated in this place, along with exquisite and incredibly beautiful Lobelia plant species, and more, which will make your trip even more meaningful and special.
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Clearing Mount Kenya off from your bucket list will surely be more fantastic than you expect as you’ll be able to travel south of the equator and be accommodated with more hospitable people. Going to its base would only require you to arrive at Nairobi and from there, travel up to 150km through riding a car.
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Even in Mount Kenya itself, you’ll have options of climbing two different peaks which includes Batian and Nelion. Despite being harder to climb than Kilimanjaro, you simply do not have to worry in climbing Mount Kenya at all because it also comes with walking routes which you can follow to safely reach its majestic peak. There are more than two walking paths or routes to reach the Nelion and the Batian peaks and two of them includes the Shipton Route and the Chogoria route. Although there are various routes you can take, some of them are more appropriate only for certain seasons and months and as such, it is of paramount importance to research carefully on what route you should take, and take into account if you could use the help different services and tours which may Climb Mount Kenya.