Mt. Kenya is a broad, largely symmetrical volcanic cone with a diameter of about 120km. and was formed between 2.6 and 3.1 million. It was possible that the original volcano was over 7000m in height, more than 2000 meters higher than today. Of the main peaks to the mountain, Batian 5,199m and Nelion 5,188m are only accessible to technical mountaineers, whilst Lenana, 4,985m, is accessible to trekkers. The itinerary described below is that which is only used by clients who want something unique as it is not frequently used by many people. It requires fitness, and other factors, may also require that we alter timings and route or to stay longer in particular area.