Ascent to the Summit of Kilimanjaro

Tonight at midnight, we begin our ascent to the peak of Kilimanjaro, Uruhu Peak at an altitude of 5,895m. It will take us around 8 hours to complete the climb.


Sunday, 29 March 2015

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We'll be departing from an altitude of 4,681m, climbing to the peak of 5,895m, where the temperature is likely to be as cold as -18°C to -29°C (0°F to -15°F)

The final climb will be in pitch dark, zig-zagging our way from the camp to Gilman's Point, hopefully in time to watch the sunrise. With only the faint light from our headlamps to see, we'll be imitating zombies as we shuffle slowly and breathlessly towards the peak.

We're still on the lookout for more people to help fundraise - simply click the link below to help!

Kilimanjaro Climb 2015 - Support our Charities

 

All funds raised go directly to the Telco Together Foundation's worthy recipients - all costs of the trip are borne by ourselves.

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Tonight at midnight, we begin our ascent to the peak of Kilimanjaro, Uruhu Peak at an altitude of 5,895m. It will take us around 8 hours to complete the climb.
 
 

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