At 4,127 meters, Mt. Muhabura is the highest volcano in the park. Seen from far beyond kisoro town, it’s referred to as a guide mountain by the local BaTwa people. The 12 km loop trail to its summit takes 8 hours of round trip. The goes passed green shrubs and grass covered rocky surface. For serious hikers you need to bring your tent, sleeping bags, food and cold weather gears to camp at the base for a night. The breathtaking volcano features views of the Virunga massifs, the Albertine rift valley including Lake Edward, Rwenzori snow capped peaks and mist covered Bwindi impenetrable forests.