You should think about the following factors while choosing where to journey/trek and how long to go:

Altitude. Ethiopia’s north is mountainous, and Addis Ababa itself is 2200 meters above sea level. In Ethiopia, most trekking routes will take you beyond 3000 meters.

Comfort. The Simien Mountains and Bale Mountains are accessible via day treks from neighboring lodges, however some parts of these national parks are beyond limits to visitors who don’t want to camp. We spend the night in simple yet lovely and cozy guesthouses while on our community hiking.

The season. Trekking in the national parks can be more difficult if you’re traveling between June and August because the rains make several access routes unusable.

Fitness. While some trails are somewhat challenging, others are much easier. The height