Welcome to Ndoto Mountains
Climbing from the Korante Plain’s sands are the magnificent rusty bluffs and ridges of the Ndoto Mountains. Kept a virtual secret from the travelling world by their remote location, the Ndotos abound with hiking, climbing and bouldering potential. Mt Poi (2050m), which resembles the world’s largest bread loaf from some angles, is a technical climber’s dream – its sheer 800m north face begs to be bagged. If you’re fit and have a whole day to spare, it’s a great hike to the summit and the views are extraordinary.
The tiny village of Ngurunit is the best base for your adventures and is interesting in its own right, with captivating, traditionally dressed Samburu people living in simple, yet elegantly woven, grass huts.