Looking back at the platue where Lake Michaelson is placed, in the background the peaks are visible and the waterfall behind Lake Michaelson can also be gleamed on the escarpment.
Mount Kenya mountaineering highland and high altitude fauna and animals. Highland wilderness, lakes, tarns, glaciers and peaks with great variety, forest, mineral springs, rare. High altitude adapted plains game and alpine vegetation
The inside of the coral reef reflecting the moon light
The Danish Rhino Change Team going up an rough incline with large sharp rocks. Very difficult to move a car up such obstacles.
On the way up Sirimon route on the beautiful Mount Kenya
Looking up and the ever changing sky is revealing the peaks of this mighty mountain.
One of the peaks of Mount Kenya. Point Lenana is located on the stratovolcano Mount Kenya and is the third highest peak at 4985 meters
Like flying in open cockpit with all the clouds moving over the mountain.
Climbing down to Lake Michaelson on a cloudy morning. The weather is constantly changing on the mountain and this morning clouds was randomly covering our view.
Traversing the valleys up the Chogoria Route on scenic Mt Kenya. Mt Kenya has its own weather system and during a ascent it is quite unpredictable how it will pan out.
On the way up the Sirimon route on the striking Mount Kenya on a late February day
In the Mount Kenya rain forest you can find trees dating back many centuries. The bark of the tree tells a story of long time ago when the mountain was ruled by large elephant and Buffalo herds.
Warm morning at the Galana river, elephant in the water with the Yatta plateau as a magnificent backdrop.
A hidden gem often overlooked by visitors to Kenya is the ancient volcano of Mount Kenya. Alpine desert, rain forest, magnificent vistas it’s all there for the more adventurous traveler.
Ascending on the Naro Moru route while the clouds are drifting around us. Like being in an airplane.
Down stream from the area where you normally see the majority of the crossings for wildebeests/zebras the Mara river bends and hits a series of rapids. Most of the drowned animals will likely wash up in this area. This is where the Marabou Storks and Vultures congregate during the migration. Plenty of meat to dig into.
Danish Rhino Charge team. Major delay as we managed to flip the car in a dry river bed.