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  1. Climbing Mount Kenya is very accessible and therein lies the problem. With a decent level of it is easy to gain altitude quickly and find yourself the on the night before summiting with a throbbing headache and all the symptoms of acute mountain sickness. Trekking with a well-experienced guide, taking a sensible easy pace and keeping hydrated makes all the difference. The best approach is always to allow extra time for your ascent, an extra day at Shipton’s Camp takes all the pressure of the itinerary and gives you time to enjoy the fabulous trekking around the peak. it isn't necessary to undergo a grueling fitness regime prior to attempting Mount Kenya, anyone who is trek fit and is comfortable walking 6-8 hour days should be fine. The trekking crew will usually consist of a guide, cook, porter for the cooking gear plus a personal porter per trekker. It has been said before, but a well-experienced guide is so important on Mount Kenya, for two reasons; (1) they will regulate your pace, be able to draw on their experience to diagnose altitude sickness symptoms and have the confidence to make critical decisions and (2) their knowledge of the wildlife and fauna on the mountain will bring the environment alive. All guides and porters must be registered with Kenya Wildlife Services and hold a mountain guide park from Mt Kenya National Park. It is fair to say that all the guides will have a good knowledge of the routes, but only the good guides will have wildlife knowledge and experience of dealing with altitude sickness problems. YHA-Kenya Travel Tours And Safaris. Call us now or Enquire by Email: info@yhakenyatraveltoursandsafaris.com booking@yhakenyatraveltoursandsafaris.com travel@yhakenyatraveltoursandsafaris.com mgichohi@aol.com Call Us +254722655321 +254713713831 Facebook Like: https://web.facebook.com/yhakenyatravel/ http://mgichohi0.wixsite.com/yhakenyatravel Website: http://www.yhakenyatraveltoursandsafaris.com/ Thank you for choosing YHA-Kenya Travel YHA Kenya Travel Tours & Safaris / PO BOX 22858-00400, Nairobi, Kenya /

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