KILIMANJARO

HIGHEST

Highest freestanding mountain in the world, with Uhuru peak reaching 5895m

GLOBAL WARMING

Kilimanjaro is a victim of global warming as its glaciers have receded rapidly over the last two decades. The peak is now ice-free in the summer

CHALLENGING

A challenging 9-day climb that is accessible to everyone, but not without dangers. Only 40% of climbers make it to the summit

PRECISE FORECASTS

Precise forecasts vary but there is consensus that Kilimanjaro’s glaciers will disappear entirely sometime before 2025. The result for the local populations will be droughts and enforced migration

CLIMB ITINERARY

8 DAY CLIMB LEMOSHO ROUTE

D1

All climbers arrive Kilimanjaro International Airport, Moshi

D2

Start Climb up to  Lemosho Trailhead (7,800ft)

D3

Hike to Forest / Shira Camp (12,200ft)

D4

Shira 2 Camp (12,600ft)

D5

Moir Camp(13,800ft)

D6

Barranco Camp (12,950ft)

D7

Karanga Camp (13,100ft)

D8

Summit climb at Midnight. After summit down to Barafu CampF

D9

Finish descent by 1pm, transfer to Moshi for overnight stay

D10

Transfer to airport for your departure flight

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