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Access issues inherited from Mt Kenya

Mt Kenya is located within the Mt Kenya National Park and managed by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) - entry fees and other info are available here - http://www.kws.org/tourism/tariffs.html

KWS regulations require all visitors to register upon entrance to the mountain and sign out on departure. Hiking alone is prohibited so you need a buddy or a guide. No burning is allowed. Take all litter out with you.

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Ethic inherited from Kenya

If you want to open new climbs in Kenya, kindly contact the Mountain Club of Kenya (www.mck.or.ke). We'll be happy to help!

Here is our bolting policy, please abide by it: http://mountainclubkenya.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Bolting-Policy.pdf

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Time: Half a day. An obvious fully leads to the North-East Ridge. Then rope down to another gully which leads to the summit. A much better (if harder) variation to this route is to follow the first gully until the wall steepens. Go up and traverse left, then follow cracks up to a tat belay. Fun, maybe Severe climbing with a well-protected crux. From belay go up until te ridge, then follow right to top. Descent is back down the same route on tat anchors. Check this and add your own tat. 3 proper pitches, the initial gully can easily be scrambled or simul-climbed.

FA: Eric E. Shipton & H.W. Tillman, 1930

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