Endarasha is a settlement in Kenya's former Central Province. It is located in Nyeri County, a county created with Kenya's new (2013) constitution. Endarasha Boy's High School is located there as is a local government clinic.Endarasha It lies 2416m above sea level and (0 37E). It is situated in the continent of Africa in Kenya, Central Province Nyeri North District Kieni West division and 35 km North west of Nyeri town .It lies on the foot of the Aberdare ranges and adjacent to the Aberdares National Park. Cool temperate climate most of the year is experienced. It receives cool climates all the year and is surrounded by land ideal for agricultural utility. Amongst the products from the region is irish potatoes, cabbages, maize, beans, wheat, bulb onions etc. Daily products are also produced. The school is constructed next to the Endarasha township,along the Mweiga-Watuka road (all weather gravel finish road). Its also surrounded by fairly densely populated villages on all sides.
Found here is Aberdare Village House Located in the midle of Endarasha settlement scheme,which is an extended small scale farming area on the slopes of the Aberdares Mountain, with approximate over 100,000 acres, and more than 8,000 families living in the area, extending to the foot of Mt. kenya. People here are SMALL SCALE FARMERS who starts working in their farms from early morning to late evening,Such means, you will find most of them are busy during the day, The main cash crops in the erea are the Red onions, Cabbage,Carrots, Wheat and much more, Dairy farming is also very popular in the area. The main town in the erea is Nyeri Town,formerly a market center for European-epat highlands farmers,now a busy commercial and industrial center and the dropping-off point for Abredare National Park. Its cemetery attracts visitors to the graves of the famous author and hunter of man-eaters,Jim Corbett, and of founder of the boy Scouts,Baden-Powell,who spent the last years of his life in the cottage on the grounds of the nearby Outspan Hotel, and who once said,"Nearer to Nyeri,nearer to heaven".