3 Days Ideal Mount Kenya Climbing to Lenana Peak
3 days Mount Kenya Naro Moru route climbing follows the quickest (Naro Moru) route to Mount Kenya’s third highest peak of point Lenana, although it doesn’t offer beautiful views of the Park, like it is with the Sirimone route.
The Naro Moru route, though easily passable, is characterized by steep and hard swampy region, which crosses the wide Teleki valley, hence offering impressive scenery of the Tyndall glaciers. The route also has bunk houses enroute for overnight rests
Highlight of the 3 days Mount Kenya Naro Moru Climbing Itinerary
Day 1: Nairobi to Mateorological Station
Day 2: Metorological to Mackinders Camp
Day 3: Mackinders’s Camp to the Pint Lenana and back to Meteorological Station to the Naro Moru Gate
Day By Day Itinerary for 3 days Mount Kenya Climbing
Day 1: Nairobi – Transfer to Naro Moru Gate Way to Meteorological Station.
Upon pick up by Self Drive Kenya driver guide, head straight along thika road. Enroute you will be driven through the Kikuyu land, with farm lands, which comprises of pineapple & coffee plantations.
Arrive at the foot of Mount Kenya’s Naro Moru gate way for lunch, meet the porters, as well as briefing. Thereafter start your day 1 (3-4 hours) trek to Met Station (3050m) for dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Transfer to Mackinder’s camp (4,100m).
Make your way to Mackinder’s camp in about 4-6 hours trek through Teleki Valley. Enroute you will enjoy breathtaking views of all the peaks within the environment. Dinner and overnight at the Camp
Day 3 – Summiting Day – slope to Met Station
Leave the camp under the torchlight at 3:00 am, for point Lenana summit before break of dawn. Spend some time taking phots, as you also celebrate your victory, then after descend down to Meteorological station, and finally descend to the gate for your certificate.
Return to Nairobi to be dropped at your post 3 days Mount Kenya
End 3 day Mount Kenya Naro Moru Route