Mt Kenya Chogoria – Naromoru Route


4 Days

Minimum Age


Fitness Level



4x - Camp


Climbers looking for an off the beaten tracks experience will enjoy ascending Mt Kenya on this route. With accommodations available on fly camps only, trekkers get a unique wilderness experience. The challenging route comes with breathtaking views of the landscape as it is the most scenic route.


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Tour Plan

Day 1 Nairobi – Chogoria – Roadhead (3300m)

Today we leave Nairobi at 6.30 am and drive via Chogoria to the Meru Mt. Kenya Bandas at 2900m. The guide and mountain crew has already arrived and prepared a lunch which we take while we receive a briefing from the guide. After lunch, we start our hike through a scenic landscape with forest patches and open plains, home to varied species of wildlife. Today’s destination is the Road Head Camp at 3400 m. The camp has already been set up by our crew and after dinner we retire early to our tents.

Accommodation: Fly Camp

Meal Plan:  L D

Day 2 Lake Michaelson 3800m

After breakfast a 10km hike along a ridge, with spectacular views of Lake Michaelson in the Gorge Valley below takes us close to the Hall Tarns at 4000m. Here we take a lunch break before we tackle a steep descend to the Gorge Valley floor for a scenic camp night on the shores of Lake Michaelson. Dinner and overnight will be at the fly camp.

Accommodation: Fly Camp

Meal Plan: B  L D

Day 3 Simba Tarn 4600m

Today’s hike is rather short. We hike along the Gorge Valley towards Point Lenana. The hike gets gradually steeper and finally we ascend a ridge and get to the Simba Tarn (4600m), our camp site for the night at the base of Point Lenana. We enjoy our dinner while marveling the spectacular views of Nelion and Batian, the main peaks of Mt.Kenya and Point Lenana our challenge for tomorrow.

Day 4 Point Lenana 4985m

After an early morning breakfast at 5.00am, the track will lead via a steep screed to the Simba Cole and finally through steep rocky path to the point Lenana. At sunrise we have made it. The rising sun tosses the Nelion and Bation in a golden light while the view over the plains below are spectacular. After the summit photos, we descend via Austrian Hut and Mackinders Camp (lunch) to the Metstation where our cars are waiting to take us to Nairobi.  We arrive Nairobi in the late evening.


  • Climbers must be prepared to walk for up to 6 hours a day on the day of the Lenana crossover, for up to 10 hours.
  • Crampons may be useful during the rainy season.
  • Climbers must bring along their own climbing gear.
  • During bad weather conditions, climbers may have some distance to walk towards Chogoria on day 2 as vehicles may not be able to get to the Meru Mt. Kenya Bandas.
  • Our Porters carry a maximum of 8kgs of personal climbing gear per client.


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