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This route is popular for its fast ascent; the altitude gain on this route is goodand steady. This route offers one of the most stunning approaches to the peaks, as it passes through striking yellow wood forests in low altitudes and features gorgeous alpine scenery and abundant wildlife as you ascend. One can reach Lenana peak within 2 nights, although an extra night is recommended at the Shipton’s camp.
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Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania near the border of Kenya. It’s just south of the equator. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and fourth highest of the seven summits, it’s considered the tallest freestanding mountain in the world, rising 19,341 feet (5895) meters from base to summit. Kilimanjaro is composed of three distinct volcanic cones. Kibo 19,341 feet, Mawenzi 16,867 feet and Shira 13000 feet, Uhuru peak is the highest summit on Kibo’s crater rim. Kilimanjaro is a giant stratovolcano that began forming a million years ago when the lava spilled from the rift valley zone. Kilimanjaro has 2.2 sq kilometers of glacial ice and is losing it quickly due to global warming.
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Marangu is the easiest and busy although the last climb to the crater rim is difficult. Climbing Kilimanjaro is easy and requires no technical climbing or mountaineering experience. With the exception of the summit zone, wildlife is potentially encountered throughout the lower parts of the climb. Animals in this area include: elephants, buffalo and eland on the northern slopes, black and white Columbus monkeys, skyes monkeys and birds such as sunbirds, augur buzzard, mountain hawk eagle lammergeyer and white napped ravens. Covered in mist most of the day Mount Kilimanjaro is the most tourist attractive site in Tanzania, pulling in thousands and thousands of tourists each year.
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The stunning, snow capped peak of Mount Kenya is Africa’s second highest point at 5199m. Although it is a very popular destination for climbers and trekkers, it is quite challenging. The highest peak is Batian (5199m), second is Nelion (5188m) the two peaks are technical climbs. The third peak known as Lenana (4985m) is more accessible and a good point for starters. Whether you are interested in trekking or climbing the two technical climbs, Mt. Kenya offers a great challenge for aspiring mountaineer or adventure traveler.
This is the most interesting and scenic of all the Mt. Kenya climbing routes. The route passes through enthralling tarns, incredible gorges, spectacular Lake Michealson and waterfalls.
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Dense mountain forests cover the middle reaches of the mountains. The highest point is Satima at 4,001m and home to Kenya's highest waterfalls, Karuru waterfalls the largest in Kenya, Chania and Gura water falls.The Aberdares, declared a national park in 1950 offer exceptional hiking terrain and stunning views. The Aberdare National Park is part of the Aberdare Mountain Range, a fascinating region of Kenya which, according to traditional Kikuyu folklore, they are one of the homes of Ngai (God). The Aberdare Rain forest is a vital water catchment area that feeds the entire local and Nairobi water supply needs. Deep ravines cut through the forested inclines, through which hidden trout streams flow and waterfalls cascade down hundreds of feet of rock face. Mountain ranges and peaks soar to around 12,900ft (4,001meters), giving way to deep V-shaped valleys with streams and rivers cascading over spectacular waterfalls. This area is a must for landscape lovers.