Mount Meru

Mountain Meru is the second highest mountain Although is completely overshadowed by Kilimanjaro in the eyes of trekkers its spectacular volcanic cone which is East Africa most scenic and rewarding climb since it involves a dramatic and exhilarating walking along the knife edge of the crater. Mountain Meru starts its steep rise from a circular base some 20km across at 2000m at about 2500m some of the wall has broken away so the top half of the mountain is shaped like a giant horseshoe.

The cliffs of inner well below the summit are more than 1500m high among the tallest in Africa inside the crater more recently volcanic eruption have created subsidiary peak called the Ash cone which add to the scenic beautiful