Last Updated on May 16, 2023 by admin
Mount Kenya climbing routes are available to climbers all over the world, who come to climb this magnificent peak. Mount Kenya has a number of climbing routes that you can choose from. The hiking routes are not too difficult, and most people can manage them without any problems. Climbing Mount Kenya requires you to be fit and healthy as well as having good climbing experience. Mera Peak, Ama Dablam, Manaslu, Everest also requires fitness as well as skills to climb it. You need to have good knowledge about mount kenya climbing routes before setting foot on them so that you do not get hurt or injured during your expedition there.
Mount kenya climbing season is from May to October. The climbing season for Mount Kenya begins in May and ends in October. The average temperature is 15°C but can reach as high as 35°C during the summer months. The mountain range has two seasons: the dry season (May–September) and the rainy season (October–April).
During the dry season, there are no rains on Mount Kenya, but there are heavy winds that can cause dust storms. During this time of year, it is best to avoid traveling to Mount Kenya because of its dangerous weather conditions. If you do decide to visit during this time, pack warm clothes and be prepared for a power outage or flash floods.
Mount Kenya’s rainy season lasts from October through April when it rains almost every day due to high levels of humidity in the air combined with heavy downpours caused by an active monsoon system over western Africa. This means that you should also avoid visiting during this period unless you have experienced hiking before or have been adequately prepared with proper clothing and equipment.