Mountain Muhabura Hight Elevetion: 4,127 metres, (13,540 ft)
Uganda: 1.23°S / 29.40°E
Current Status : Exinct Volcano Time of eruptn is unknown
Starting Point: Rwanda, Volcanoes national park, Kisoro Uganda
Muhabura or Muhavura volcano is the third highest peak and the steepest among the 8 volcanoes of the Virunga massif region. Located at the rim of Uganda and Rwanda, mount Muhabura lies party in the Volcanoes national park of Rwanda and Mgahinga national park of Uganda. The mountain summit is beautiful but you cannot be able to view the rest of other volcanoes because of the cloud cover.
Muhabura is linked together with mount Gahinga by a broad saddle in the west with a crater lake of about 40 meters at its summit. Once you reach the summit, you are rewarded with breathtaking views of all the different ranges.
The hike takes approximately 5-6 hours depending on the group movements
The hike is very steep yet it a one day hike therefore requires you to be in very good shape
arrived at our starting point at about 7:30am
After briefing from the park head offices, check of gear and supplies, the group wil head out to the Muhavura head trails where the hike starts. From the park office, you will pass through farmers fields, houses.
With two tracker guides, armed soldiers, you big the long hike up the Muhabura mountain. The base of the volcano takes you