Ethiopia is a wonderful place for trekking including the Simien national park, Bale Mountains, Abune Yosef Mountain and many more trekking places in the rest of the country.
Simian mountains national parks
The Semien Mountains, in north east of Gondar, are parts of the Ethiopian Highlands. They are a World Heritage Site and include the Semien Mountains National Park. The mountains consist of plateaux separated by valleys and rising to pinnacles. The tallest peak is Ras Dashen (4,620 m); other notable heights include Mounts Biuat (4,437 m) and Kidis Yared (4,453 m).
Bale Mountains: the Bale Mountains national park is famous for the diversified wildlife. On trekking the flourishing forests of the Bale Mountains are suitable for trekking, horse riding and walking together with wildlife like the endemic Mountain Nyala, the Menelik Bushbuck and rarest Ethiopian Wolf.
Abune Yosef Mountains: is third-highest massif Mountains in Ethiopia, and supporting a cover of giant Lobelia, giant Heather. The Mountain consists of plateau alienated by valley. The highest pick is Rim Geddel (4,334m), The conversation area is an important stronghold for rare and endemic wildlife including Ethiopian Wolf. Abune Yosef can be explored on foot, mule-back and by car with dirt-driving wondering the amazing landscape.
The trekking tours to all the places can be 3 to 7 days. It can be combined with other tour routes