Climb Kilimanjaro in 2015

Climb Kilimanjaro in 2015

15 September 2015 to 26 September 2015

It’s the highest mountain in Africa and one of the most famous in the world. Let’s face it, it’s the mountain everyone says they would love to climb and those who have say it was the most exhilarating experience of their lives. So, are you ready for our seven-day Kilimanjaro trek?

Concern team at the top of Kilimanjaro, our charity climb.

The scenic route

Out of the six possible routes to climb Kilimanjaro, we have chosen the most scenic of them all: the Machame route.  Our seven day itinerary on the mountain allows for greater acclimatisation and maximises your chances of reaching the summit. The route provides spectacular scenery – nothing will prepare your eyes for these stunning views!

No technical experience required

This charity trek is calling all of you adventurers with a good level of fitness who enjoy a challenge. Climbing it requires no technical experience.  But don’t let fitness levels stand in your way, we provide training days once a month so you’ll be well-prepared for the climb in no time at all.

What’s stopping you?

Worried about your fundraising targets? Unsure how fit you need to be? Don’t worry, this is far less daunting than you might think. We’ve got answers to all your questions: read them and prepare to be pleasantly surprised.

Sign up for next year

Did you really want to sign up for this year's event but already had plans? Well, fear not. We'll also be taking a team of committed, adventurous souls up Kilimanjaro next September, 2015, and we hope you'll be one of them! Email us for more details.

Prepare to be overwhelmed

We can help prepare you for the practical and physical aspects of this challenge, but nothing can prepare you for the sense of achievement you’ll get when you reach the summit. The trek itself may well leave you breathless but it will be the view from the roof of Africa that takes your breath away for years to come.

Image caption: Concern team at top of Kilimanjaro 2011.

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