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5 Days 4 Nights Mount Kenya Sirimon Trekking

5 Days 4 Nights Mount Kenya Sirimon Trek.edited

5 Days Mount Kenya Sirimon Trek

The Sirimon Trek offers the best views of all the Mount Kenya Peaks


Itinerary at a Glance

The Sirimon Track, is one of the finest approaches to the peak area. The Mintos Hut offers some of the finest vistas of the primary peaks, and the ascent to this point is gradual, allowing for a leisurely hike. We traverse the mountain by ascending along the Sirimon Track.

Day 1: Judmaier Camp

The morning is dedicated to the sorting and organizing personal equipment in preparation for the mountain trek. Lunch at the Lodge (This is an extra charge). In the afternoon, we are driven to the Sirimon Park Gate and then to the road-head at 3,300m. An easy trek in the afternoon to help acclimatization. Overnight Judmaier Camp (3300m) in the high altitude mountain tents.

Day 2: Likii North Valley

Ascend the Sirimon Track to Likii North Valley and camp overnight in this beautiful little valley below the subsidiary peaks of Teleki and Sendeyo, two ancient parasitic vents of the main peaks. (3990m)

Day 3: MacKinders Valley

Climb out of the North Valley and into the Mackinders Valley, one of the broadest valleys on the mountain, with many giant groundsels. Set up camp at the head of Mackinder’s Valley, nestled just below the towering summits of Batian and Nelion, at an altitude of 4,300 meters.

Day 4: Ascent to Point Lenana

Alpine ascent to the highest peak, Pt. Lenana (4985m). En route up the north face little used by tourists. Four hours of stiff walking to the summit. Then descend to Teleki Valley on the opposite side of the main peaks, to Mackinder’s Camp for a good night rest (4150m.)

Day 5: Descent via Naro Moru Route

Descend to the Met Station (road head) on the Naro Moru Track and back to the Lodge.

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