Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro
Kilimanjaro is the highest peak on the African continent, located near the Kenyan border in Northern Tanzania. At 5,895 meters, it is also the world’s highest free-standing mountain. This is a hiker’s dream because it is Africa’s highest peak. 30,000 trekkers, both experienced and novice, are expected to visit Tanzania to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
Climbing Kilimanjaro is one of the most incredible experiences available to climbers. It’s a genuine adventure with incredible highs and harrowing lows. The best part about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro – and what makes it so famous – is that it is accessible to almost anyone. It is entirely possible to reach the summit with the right planning, solid ability, and an amazing support group.
Routes To Climb?
There are seven routes to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. They all vary according to the price, scenery, difficulty, duration, popularity, success rate and accommodation options. From them, iconic mountain Kilimanjaro offers 5 prime routes. The top recommended Kilimanjaro Routes are;
Marangu Route – the only route which offers hut accommodation.
Machame Route – the popular route with scenic view and called as Whiskey route.
Lemosho Route – the only route with highest summit success rate raging more than 95%.
Northern Circuit Route – the longest route of all the Kilimanjaro routes, which also has a best acclimatization time.
Rongai Route – considered to be the least crowded route and quietest of all.
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