7 Days Mt Kenya Technical Climbing Sirimon Route Down Chogoria


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Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro. The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian, Nelion and Point Lenana.

Please arrive at least 1 hour before the departure time.
Private Room Accommodations in Self-Tented Camp
Local transportation
Professional guide
Airport Transfers
Mineral Water
Park Entry Fees
Balloon Trip
Maasai Village

7 Days Mt Kenya Technical Climbing Sirimon Route Down Chogoria — $1500

After break fast pick up from your hotel at 7:00am and start driving from Nairobi to Nanyuki town the base of Mt kenya 3hours drive to Nanyuki town arriving and having lunch as we are packing all the food and all the equipment for the mountain,After done we Contuies drive to Sirimon Gate at (2650m)where the trek start, if lucky you can see some animals on the way as walking through the tropical rain forest 9km to old moses Camping (3300m) for Dinner and overnight.
After breakfast at 7:30am leave the camp and start walking throught the bush zone via likii valley and Mackinders Valley to Shiptons Camp 14km where it will take you 6 to 7 hours lunch served on the en route,Dinner and overnight at the Shipton Camping (4200m)
After breakfast at 8:30am walk via kami hut to husberg col at 4650m for the acclimatization and after descent down to the camp for hot lunch and after you can just walk around taking photo for flora and fauna with also good view of Mt kenya from north face side dinner and overnight at the Campsite
DAY 4:
Wake around 3:00am for tea and biscuite and at 3:30am start to Attempt point Lenana(4985m) the Tourist Peak 3 hours walk for the sun rise viewing if clear clound you will spot Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Meru and other Beautiful views after photo descend down to Austrian hut for your full breakfast and have rest where after you will be served with hot lunch in the afternoon the tenchincal guide he will be helping you for the rehasal arrangement and prepare your mind for the big dream excise and all the staff you will required for the tenchical climbing early dinner and overnight at Austrian hut (4700m)
DAY 5:
Wake around 4:30am for your breakfast and after with your packed lunch Cross Lewis glacier to the base of Nelion and start your climbing via howel hut to Nelion(5188m)and cross the gate of mist to Batian (5199m) the true Summit of Mt Kenya where it can take you 12hours climbing and descending down to Austrian hut for dinner and overnight(4700m)
Note: this will depends on the time you will get back to Austrian hut if good time you will just go further down to Mintos hut for dinner and overnight (4300m) if come back not so late we will make the option
DAY 6:
After breakfast at 8:00am leave from From Either Austrian or Mintos through the gorges valley down to chogoria route with good snenerly of valleys and lakes we have on this route via Road head for your lunch as you proceed further down to chogoria gate for your dinner and overnight. (2950m) you we see some animals in this place mostly buffalos ,elephants and waterbuck and others
DAY 7:
After breakfast at 7:30am start descending from Chogoria gate via tropical Rain forest on this eastern side of Mt Kenya we have very thick forest of bamboos trees grow very toller and stronger with other indigenous trees where it receive a lot of Rain to 10mark point where you will be picked and drive via chogoria town for your lunch and after proceed driving to Nairobi arriving in late afternoon and drop off to your hotel with unspeakable happiness for achievement for your DREAM.
1.All the transport and transfers to the gate
2.Three meals a day when you are in the mountain (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
3.Park fees
4.Accommodation in huts
5.Chef and Porter
7.Technical guide
8.All technical gears
1.Mountain gears
2.Tips for the crew


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