Located in Tanzania, just south of the equator, at 5895m Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the African continent. The Lemosho route starts to the west of Kilimanjaro and traverses the Shira plateau before climbing the Barranco wall and ascending to Uhuru Peak via Stella Point. The Lemosho route is one of the quieter routes on the mountain. Our 8 day itinerary allows plenty of time for acclimatization and has a very high success rate.
Experience the freedom of camping high in the mountains away from the hustle and bustle of busy campsites. Our wild camping trips take you into the heart of the mountains where you can re-connect with nature, talk, laugh, relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
The Machame route is often considered to be the most beautiful route up Kilimanjaro. With views of the national parks, our 7 day Machame route is an excellent choice for the adventurous trekker. The route incorporates a high lunch on day 3 at Lava Tower (4600m) which is a great aid to acclimatisation.
The Rongai route is considered by many to be one of the easiest routes on Kilimanjaro and it is the only route that approaches from the North. It is less popular than the other routes and as a result much quieter. Our 6 day Rongai route is a good choice if you have limited time and are looking for a quieter trek. Day 2 is a big day in terms of height gain but most people cope fairly well.
This challenging but extremely rewarding walk tackles the three highest peaks in Yorkshire. Starting in Horton-in-Ribblesdale the traditional route first takes you up Pen-y-ghent (694m) followed by Whernside (736m) and finally Ingleborough (723m) before returning to Horton-in-Ribblesdale all in under 12 hours. The route followed is approximately 25 miles and includes about 1600m of ascent.
Please note, we need a minimum group size of 4 for this trip to run. Smaller groups/private guiding is available - please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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