|Rising 17,058 feet above
sea level, Mount Kenya is Kenya's tallest mountain.
It is the second-tallest in all of Africa after
Mount Kilimanjaro, which is found in northeastern
Tanzania. UNESCO has designated the area around
Mount Kenya (Mount Kenya National Park) as a World
Heritage Site, and thousands of visitors flock here
every year to catch a glimpse of, or hike the
craggy, rocky mount. Should you be up for climbing
Mount Kenya, you should know that it is a more
technical climb than Mount Kilimanjaro.
Kenya, has 3 peaks ;Batian (5,199 metres (17,057
ft)), Nelion (5,188 metres (17,021 ft)) and Point
Lenana (4,985 metres (16,355 ft) the tallest of
which is Batian, followed
There are several different ecosystems, at
varying levels as you make your way up Mount Kenya,
these include broad-leaf and bamboo forests, with
nothing but ice and rock at the top.
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