Bale Mountains National Park is a national park of Ethiopia. The park encompasses an area of approximately 2,150 square kilometers (530,000 acres) in the Bale Mountains and Sanetti Plateau of the Ethiopian Highlands.
The park’s Afromontane habitats have one of the highest incidences of animal endemicity of any terrestrial habitat in the world. The park was nominated to the World Heritage Tentative List in 2009
Bale Mountains National Park is the ultimate destination for hikers, wildlife watchers, culture and nature enthusiasts, bird watchers and more! Explore one of the highest parks in Africa by horseback, go fishing or experience an authentic community trying local coffee and honey! One of the best sites to spot the rare and endangered Ethiopian Wolf is on the spectacular Sanetti Plateau as the sun rises.
In addition to general sightseeing and trekking, there are many day hikes and activities to explore within the park:
Trekking, Birding, Fishing, Manyete: Wild Forest Coffee Village, Harvesting Honey with the Locals, Park Headquarters Walk, Gushuralle Peak Forest Forest Trail, Harenna Bamboo and Waterfall Trail, Web Valley Walks and Gasuray Gorge