Trekking in The Simein Mountains
  • Duration

    9 days

  • Location

    Northern Ethiopia


  • Transportation

    Surface drive and Flight

  • Price


Simein Mountain is a place of Ethiopian endemic animals such as Walia, Gelada Baboon. The place is called the roof of Africa. Ras Dejen the highest Mountain in Ethiopia is located here its is 4620m above sea leaveal.

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Your flight will be in the Ethiopian Air Lines.

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Trekking in Geechn Chenek, Sankaber, Buahit, Immet Gogo.

Day 1

From Addis Ababa to Gondar. Overnight in Gondar.

Day 2

Depart early in the morning from Gondar, driving to Sankaber, stopping in Debark to handle National Park fees, etc. You will start your trek around Buyit Ras for a 3-4 hour hike to Sankober, which passes close to the escarpment edge. Nearing Sankober, you will have beautiful views on both sides of the escarpment ridge where you will likely see the endemic Gelada baboons. In Sankober, you will be met with your supplies. Overnight camping in Sankober.

Day 3

From Sankober, we depart into a valley, through which the Wazla (or Koba) River runs. This river is often dry. Coming out of the valley you will have views of the Jinbar River waterfalls falling into the Geech Abyss. Continuing along, you will cross the Jinbar River and ascend into the village of Geech. Total trekking time: 4-5 hours.

Day 4

After an early breakfast, depart from Geech to the peak of Imet Gogo at 3926m. Here you’ll have spectacular views over the lowlands – one of the highlights of the trip. As you continue to Chenek, you will pass Korbete Metia, a solid rock wall which opens up exposing beautiful views over the lowlands and the escarpment. This is also a good place for spotting lammergeiers. Overnight camping in Chenek. Total trekking time: 7 – 9 hours.

Day 5

From Chenek, continue east up a valley to Mt. Bwahit, overlooking the camp from where you just came. After crossing the Bwahit Pass, you come to a viewpoint offering wonderful views of the Mesheha River Valley as well as your first glimpse of Ras Dashen. From here, the path descends, passes through the village of Chiro Leba, and finally leads to the Mesheha River. Across the river, you climb back up the valley to the village of Ambikwa. Overnight camping in Ambikwa. Total trekking time: 6-8 hours.

Day 6

Starting early, you will continue up the valley to the village of Mizma, after which you will have a steep ascent to a ridge crest overlooking a large valley. The path then follows along the side of the valley, straight at Ras Dashen. You will eventually reach a point where you will see three distinct buttresses. The buttress on the left is the summit of Ras Dashen. A pile of rocks at the top of the buttress marks the summit. After your successful arrival at the highest point in Ethiopia, you return to Ambikwa for overnight. Total trekking time: 8-10 hours.

Day 7

Today you return back to Chenek for overnight camping. Total trekking time: 6-8 hours.

Day 8

Today you start driving from Chenek to Bahir Dar

Day 9

Bahir Dar to Addis Ababa.