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Altitude Sickness on Kilimanjaro

Altitude Sickness Kilimanjaro Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) – also know as altitude sickness and altitude illness – is a pathological effect on humans caused by going to high altitudes too fast, where lower levels in oxygen inhibit normal physiological processes. People typically start experiencing Acute Mountain Sickness symptoms at about 10,000 feet (3,000 m). Some …

How we keep you safe on kilimanjaro

How we keep you safe on Kilimanjaro

Safety on Kilimanjaro – Our Number one priority One of the Seven Summits, Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, and at 19,341 ft, the summit falls into the “extreme altitude” mountaineering category. It’s one of the few mountains of this size that requires no technical skill to reach the summit. It should not be underestimated. Trekking …

How to choose a back Pack for Kilimanjaro?

How to choose a back Pack?

How To Choose The Right Backpack for a Kilimanjaro Trek   This is a very important topic. Mt. Kilimanjaro is over 19,000 feet in elevation. A trek can last from 6 to 9 days in duration. A backpack is definitely needed every single day for the entire 19,341 feet.You will want something that is functional. …

Begginers Guide to Kilimanjaro Trek

Begginers Guide to Kilimanjaro Trek Over 30,000 people climb Kilimanjaro each year and for many it’s an adventure of a lifetime. So, if you’re up for the challenge of climbing the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, we’ve compiled everything you need to know in this beginner’s guide to Kilimanjaro trekking. Kilimanjaro is undoubtedly a challenge, so it’s …

Best Boots for Kilimanjaro

Best Boots for Kilimanjaro

When it comes to choosing equipment for a climb, the one question readers ask more than any other is this: ‘What are the best boots for Kilimanjaro?’ And understandably so. Bad footwear can seriously hamper your progress up the mountain. Bad boots can also make your trek an incredibly uncomfortable experience. And in extreme cases, …


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