3 things you’ll learn on Kilimanjaro

Everyone who climbs Kilimanjaro learns a multitude about Tanzania, Africa and just as importantly, themselves. What will you learn as your make your way to the summit of the highest freestanding mountain in the world? Pole Pole  Slow and steady is the order of the...

Upcoming Training Hikes

Upcoming Training Hikes

Kilimanjaro Training Schedule - Melbourne Group - Feb-May 2019 Subject to bushfires and other natural disasters, below is a draft training schedule. All treks will continue even if it's raining (good practice for Kili!), but not when the trek could be dangerous, or in...

Climb for Kids 2020

Climb for Kids 2020

Are you ready to climb?We're excited to announce our upcoming 2020 adventure!Are you ready to join us on the adventure of a lifetime?

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Northern Route Day 6 Uhuru Peak

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Northern Route Day 6 Uhuru Peak

Start Time Hiking Duration Altitude 9am 4hrs 5,895 A little over 3hrs after reaching Stella Point, our slow shuffle finally brings us to Uhuru Peak, the highest point in Africa, at 5,895m, or 19,341f. First summitted in 1899 by Hans Meyer, the crater inside Kibo was...

Kilimanjaro Climb 2015

Kilimanjaro Climb 2015

Jambo! Arriving in Arusha, Tanzania in a late March afternoon, we saw for the first time in nearly 18 months the ‘Beast’ that was ahead of us, rising majestically from the plains of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro itself. The southern face of Kilimanjaro has much more...

Kilimanjaro 2015 The Lemosho Route

Kilimanjaro 2015 The Lemosho Route

The Lemosho Route The Lemosho Route is widely considered to be the best route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Lemosho, a relatively new route, is favoured due to its beauty, remoteness and success rate. Our adventure in March 2015 took us on the "Northern Circuit" variation,...

Kilimanjaro 2015 Ascent To The Summit

Kilimanjaro 2015 Ascent To The Summit

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...