Nguruman Escarpment is situated 140 km (87 mi)
South of Nairobi in Kenya. Escarpment is a term that describes
geologic formation of a long cliff that forms when two level plates
move pass one another. It forms the Western wall of the Great Rift
Valley. Nguruman Escarpment is roughly 50 kilometres in length (32
miles) and extends in the North- West direction all the way to the
border with Tanzania.
The land around the Nguruman Escarpment is
different, and the lower cover is very steep to the east. The
highest point is about 2,171 meters and 5.0 km west of the Nguruman
Escarpment. There are about 21 people per square kilometer around
the Nguruman Escarpment relatively small population. The forest
around the Nguruman Escarpment is almost covered with grass . In the
region around the Nguruman Escarpment, flats are remarkably common.
The average temperature 23 ° C . The warmest month is February,
at 26 ° C , and the warmest May, at 18 ° C. The average rainfall 838
millimeter per year. The first month was April, at 212 millimeters
of rain, and the last July, at 6 millimeters.