Welcome home to our Kilimanjaro trekkers

They’ve climbed the highest free-standing mountain in the world and have managed to raise thousands of euros to help Tanzania’s poorest people transform their lives. Welcome home to our Kilimanjaro trekkers!

Kilimanjaro charity trekkers

 Reaching the summit

Massive congratulations to the group. We’re pleased to report that everyone managed to conquer the summit. This is no mean feat: Kilimanjaro stands at 5,896 metres above sea level. Our adventurers trekked for seven days through dense tropical rainforest and snow-capped peaks to get there. They’ve raised an amazing €130,000.

  Kilimanjaro charity trek

Thanks to everyone 

We’d like to say a gigantic thank you to everyone involved, especially Sabas Eustachkius who works in Concern’s Ngara office. Thanks also to Earth’s Edge who made sure our group were safe throughout the challenge.

What’s next?

If you like the sound of this adventure, there’s good news: you can now sign up for our 2013 Kilimanjaro trek. Don’t worry about the logistics – we’ll be there to help you with everything from fundraising to planning the trip. It’s well worth the hard graft to get there. You’ll experience jaw-dropping views from the roof-top of Africa, with the knowledge that you’ve accomplished something most people only dream of. So, what are you waiting for? Join us for the 2013 Kilimanjaro trek!

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