For Climbers, there’s no experience quite like Mount Kenya. With towering spires, sheer-cliff faces, jagged ridges, and snow-capped peaks, Mount Kenya boasts the second highest peak on the African continent. The diverse range of terrains and conditions makes Mount Kenya a haven for climbers, hikers and trekkers alike.
Batian and Nelion, Mount Kenya’s main summits, can only be reached through a rigorous technical climb over rock and ice. Point Lenana, the mountain’s third highest peak, is popular with trekkers who want the spectacular views without the rigors of a technical climb.