We had a magnificent view of Ruwenzori just before sunset one evening during our halt in Mtsora.
Since we left Kabbarega we travelled along the base of the snowy range Ruwenzori.
Between this point and the Ruwenzori range lies the deep sunken valley of the Semliki, from twelve to twenty-five miles wide.
The thunder was muttering again, as behind the dark clouds on Ruwenzori, and another explosion was imminent.
This, though, is not the highest peak in the Ruwenzori cluster.
Ruwenzori was now known as Virika by the Awamba of this district.
The great equatorial mountains Kilimanjaro and Ruwenzori show signs of a former extension of glaciers.
Ruwenzori was all the morning in sight, a bright vision of mountain beauty and glory.
Its alliance with Kuamba of western Ruwenzori is not very close.
In rank above rank the mountainous ridges rose until they culminated in Ruwenzori.