Climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the most open high peaks on the planet. Without specialized mountaineering equipment or experience, it is possible to climb all the way to the summits of Kibo with the aid of porters and a guide, and Kilimanjaro can be conquered by any reasonably fit individual. Most climbers only need a walking stick, suitable clothes, and determination to reach the crater rim. The entire climb takes about five or six days, with four or five overnight stays in mountain huts or tents.
Views of magnificent glaciers and a yawning large crater can be had from the summit. Gillman’s Point, a slightly lower peak on Kibo, is also visible. For most climbers, these are their objectives. Those who make it to Uhuru, the real summit, or Gillman’s Point on the crater’s lip, receive certificates at the end of their expedition for their valiant efforts to walk to Africa’s Roof.
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