Mount Kenya

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Note: It’s important to remember that climbing these mountains requires physical fitness and acclimatization to high altitudes. It’s recommended to spend a few days in Nairobi or Moshi prior to beginning the climb to allow for acclimatization. It’s also important to use the services of a reputable guide or tour operator, like Twinspot Tours and Travel, to ensure a safe and successful climb.


Day 1: 

Arrive in Nairobi and drive to the Mount Kenya National Park. Rest and acclimatize.


Day 2: 

Begin the Sirimon Route climb. Hike to Old Moses Camp (10,000 feet) and spend the night there.


Day 3: 

Hike to Shipton’s Camp (13,800 feet) and spend the night there.


Day 4: 

Acclimatization day at Shipton’s Camp.


Day 5: 

Hike to the summit of Point Lenana (16,355 feet) and then descend to Mackinder’s Camp (14,000 feet) to spend the night.


Day 6: 

Descend to the park gate and then drive back to Nairobi.


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