Category: Hiking

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Kwea Milele

Kwea Milele (Swahili for Ascent Forever) is a premier hiking phenomenon that hit the Nairobian for the last five years. Started by 5 friends with a random hike plan to Mount Longonot, Kwea Milele subsequently...

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Nguruman Escarpment

The journey from Nairobi to the Nguruman Escarpment takes you through the rolling green foothills of the Ngong Hills, a long descent to the semi-arid plains on the floor of the Great Rift Valley,...

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Situated in the South Rift Valley about 50km from Nairobi, the Olesekut summit  on Oloroka mountain range offers a moderately easy day hike through Maasai country that takes about 5-6hours to complete. To the...

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Kereita Cave and Waterfall

The Kereita Forest at the southern-most end of the Aberdares range has interesting hiking trails and natural features like the Kereita Cave and Waterfall. The trails were established by Kijabe Environment Volunteers (KENVO), a...

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Mt Kenya, Chogoria Route

Updated 12 December 2016 Mt Kenya is the ultimate hiking and climbing destination in Kenya. It is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second highest in Africa at 5199m above sea level (asl),...


Camping Stoves in Kenya

Weight is a major consideration when choosing a camping stove for backpacking. The availability of the appropriate fuel for your camping stove here in Kenya is another consideration. With these factors in mind, let’s review the various options of camping stoves available, and which ones you can or cannot use in Kenya.