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Climb Kilimanjaro

01 May 2018
Africa

Mount Kilimanjaro

The world’s highest free-standing mountain. This adventure attracts thousands of trekkers each year hoping to reach its summit, an impressive 5895 m above sea level and this could be you reaching the highest point in Africa.

You can pick from three different routes, the Machame route, Lemosho route or the Rongai route. Registration fees and minimum sponsorship targets depend on route choice. Choice of dates in 2018 available across all routes.

Find out about this challenge by visiting www.kilimanjarochallenge.com or check out the different route options available to you below.

 

Trekkers on Kilimanjaro

Lemosho Route

Over 11 days this route takes in some of the best features of the mountain including rainforest, lots of wildlife and great views above the cloud line.

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Sumit of Kilimanjaro

Machame Route

The Machame Route 10 day trek starts from the south west side and approaches the summit via Barafu Camp & Stella Point. The most popular route on Kilimanjaro.

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Mount Kilimanjaro

Rongai Route

This 11 day trek is the only route that approaches from the north and starts in the most remote location to take on the least frequented trails on Kilimanjaro.

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