10 - 19 February 2021
A good level of fitness is required
£2250 per person
We ask you to pledge to raise £400
About the challenge
Casting its shadow across Tanzania’s northern plains, Mount Kilimanjaro lures visitors with its elegant, forested flanks and majestic snow-capped summit.
It is Africa’s highest peak and the world’s highest free-standing volcano.
Our trip takes the newer and less-travelled Lemosho route, considered by many to be the most scenic path up the western breach of the mountain.
Its rocky trails and steep scree make for a challenging climb. But standing on the roof of Africa, witnessing sunrise illuminating the plains far below makes a worthy reward for your efforts.
- Arrival and departure transfers to and from Kilimanjaro International Airport.
- Pre and post climb accommodation in Moshi on bed & breakfast basis.
- Transport to the trailhead and back to Moshi after the climb.
- A fully supported camping trek which includes four-seasons mountain hardware tents and sleeping mats, kitchen tent, dining tent with table and chairs and toilet tent with a chemical toilet.
- Professional guiding and support team including porters, chef and kitchen staff.
- Emergency equipment such as medical oxygen and emergency evacuation services.
- Three meals per day whilst on the mountain.
- Purified drinking water provided as required.
- All fees (park entrance fees, camping fees, rescue fees).
- Portage of 20 kg per client.
Summit the world's highest free-standing volcano
Ten-day adventure with eight trekking days
Transfers, accommodation and meals included
Trek with like-minded supporters funding GNAAS missions
Frequently asked questions
This challenge is organised through Monkey Mountaineering.
They use local guides who are professional, fully qualified, experienced and have in-depth knowledge of the mountains.
They are client-focused and will manage the whole trip to maximise your chances of success.