As you train for Mt. Kenya, your preparation must be adequate to ensure that you are fit for Mt. Kenya. This guide on how to prepare for climbing Mount Kenya encompasses all aspects to get you ready for the task ahead.
If you are an advanced hiker looking to get to Mt. Kenya Point Lenana on a less arduous expedition, the Outdoorer Mt Kenya Sirimon Route climb is a perfect choice. We set out on a journey through the popular Mt. Kenya route, as we dive into the magic of Mt. Kenya. Our ultimate goal is to conquer ourselves by getting to Point Lenana, the third-highest peak of Mt. Kenya, rising to an elevation of 4,985m ASL.
If day hikes no longer excite you or you’ve already been to most hiking destinations, it’s time to let the beast hiker in you rise to the occasion. And The Altomatum is just the challenge for you! Your strength, endurance, and determination will be tested. You will question your sanity, as your faith in your hiking ability is given a good shakedown. If you are an advanced hiker, we are confident that you will sail through.
Whether you’ve been to Point Lenana or not, whether you used the Sirimon Route or otherwise, whether you’ve been to tougher hikes than this one, you are reading this because you have never done the Mt Kenya Peak Circuit. So, sit back and read through this action-packed tour, then you can decide when to come on board; we strongly recommend that you do!
The Mt Kenya Climb via the Chogoria Route promises and over-delivers on the views, the magic, and the experience. We set out on a journey through the most scenic of all Mt. Kenya routes yet again as we dive into the magic of Mt. Kenya. Our ultimate goal is to conquer ourselves by getting to Point Lenana, the third-highest peak of Mt. Kenya, rising to an elevation of 4,985m ASL.
If you want to experience Mt. Kenya on a tight budget, the Naromoru route is your perfect choice. The trail is short, making it possible to trek all the way to the Mackinders camp (4,300m ASL) on a day trip, where you enjoy glorious views of the peaks. Our 10km Mackinders Hike trail starts at the Met Camp (3,048m ASL), cutting through the marshy vertical bog in the lower moorland zone, past the upper moorland zone, dotted with lobelias and other beautiful montane vegetation, to get to the magnificent Teleki Valley.
In the program, we make the trek step by step towards your goals as we challenge ourselves to set new personal milestones and encourage you to do the same. The Beginner to Mt Kenya in 90 Days program is a 13-week, 7-event outdoor fitness course, specially designed to meet the needs of a beginner, and get them to Mt Kenya Point Lenana in 90 days. The course features six prep hikes with increasing difficulty, targeted toward building resilience.