The Kamweti Route runs from the south by first driving up from the village of Kimunye, Kutus to the Forest Castle Lodge in the forest zone. The trekking usually starts at the Caste lodge or drives a further 6km up to the Kamweti Forest Station at around 2600m. The healthy undergrowth vegetation interlocks making the track be cleared and follow one another on a single file for around 6km through the bamboo and giant heather. Cross the Kiringa river flowing out of a large bowl in the mountainside. The trail reaches a feature known as The Scoop, at the end of a long ridge leading to the peaks. The route has two options – (a) follow the ridge along to Austrian Hut via Tilman Peak or (b) traverse to the West to Teleki valley, Mackinder’s Hut via lake Hohnel.