Mount Kenya National Park Map


Mt Kenya Nat Park

A size A1 map showing park boundary, reserve boundary, main roads, park roads, climbing routes, provincial boundaries, contours, vegetation, swamps, spot heights, lodges, campsites, observation towers, airstrip, towns, buildings and water body.


Scale 1: 150,000




Mt Kenya National Park

At 5199m, Mt. Kenya is Africa’s second highest mountain. The highest peaks, Batian and Nelion, can only be reached by mountaineers with technical skills. However, point Lenana the third highest peak, can be reached by trekkers.

The summits of Mt. Kenya are surrounded by glaciers and often covered by snow. The mountain offers a unique mosaic of forest, moorland, rock and ice. Common animals include giant forest hog, tree hyrax, white-tailed mongoose, elephant, black rhino, bongo, leopard, and mole-rat.