Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing


Standing at a height of 19,341 feet/5,895 meters, the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is the highest peak in Africa and the world's tallest free-standing mountain

The mountain is also popular among adventurous hikes as it is not a technical climb but the hiking trails are a little challenging. There are five distinct climate zones to pass starting from rainforest to alpine desert and eventually the Glacier Peak.

Although it is possible to climb Mount Kilimanjaro without any specific mountaineering training or equipment, summiting the Roof of Africa is challenging. You need to be physically fit and mentally strong.

  • The Marangu Route
  • The Machame Route
  • The Rongai Route
  • The Shira Route
  • The Lemosho Route
  • The Umbwe Route

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Kilimanjaro Routes

The Marangu Route is named as the “Coca-Cola”

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Machame Route is considered as the most

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LorShira route is approaching Kilimanjaro

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The route is considered the steepest, shortest

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Not too long ago there were 2 routes available

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Rongai route is a long hiking route to Kilimanjaro

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