Mount Meru

About Mount Meru

Mount Meru is a dormant volcano located in Arusha National Park, Tanzania. It is the second-highest mountain in Tanzania, after Mount Kilimanjaro, and the fifth-highest mountain in Africa. Mount Meru is a popular destination for hikers and climbers, and it offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

The mountain is named after the Meru people, who are the original inhabitants of the area. The Meru people believe that Mount Meru is a sacred mountain, and they have a number of myths and legends associated with it.

Mount Meru is a challenging climb, but it is not as difficult as Mount Kilimanjaro. The standard route to the summit takes four days, and it is possible to climb Mount Meru without any technical experience. However, it is important to be in good physical condition before attempting to climb Mount Meru.

The best time to climb Mount Meru is during the dry season, which runs from June to October. The weather during the dry season is generally clear and sunny, and there is less chance of rain.

Climbing Mount Meru

If you are looking for a challenging but rewarding climb, Mount Meru is a great option.