View from the the bottom of the gorge looking at the Central tower. Located in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya, Hell’s Gate National Park is a beautiful and unique park that is known for its hot springs, geothermal activity, and cliffs carved by water erosion. The park gets its name from the deep gorge that cuts through it, known as “Hell’s Gate”. This gorge is more than 100 meters deep in some places and is a popular spot for adventure seekers who enjoy climbing and hiking. The park is also home to a wide variety of animal life, including antelopes, zebras, Thomson’s gazelles, jackals, hyenas, lions, and leopards.