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5.120 m

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niður á móti

5.194 m

Max elevation

5.889 m

Trailrank

70 4,8

Min elevation

1.663 m

Trail type

One Way

Tími

5 dagar 23 klukkustundir 35 mínútur

Hnit

527

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8. nóvember 2014

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nóvember 2014
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5.889 m
1.663 m
54,38 km

Skoðað 2570sinnum, niðurhalað 76 sinni

nálægt Barangata, Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)

At 5,895m Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa and the highest free standing volcano in the world. With seven official trekking routes our six member Canadian team chose the seven-day Machame Route to reach the summit. The first five days we gained 3600m over 42km before reaching base camp, then starting at midnight made the final 1200m push to the summit. Cresting the peak at daybreak we gazed in awe at a 360 degree view from the roof of Africa!

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Tjaldsvæði

Barafu Camp

Also referred as Base Camp this area serves as the last campsite prior to the final push to the summit. At an elevation of 4660m there remains more than 1200m before reaching Uhuru Peak. For the seven-day Machame route we began our ascent 0hrs on day six then cresting the summit at daybreak.
Tjaldsvæði

Barranco Camp

End of day three takes us to Barranco Camp at an elevation of 4000m. Earlier the same day we stopped at Lava Tower for lunch reaching 4600m our highest altitude so far.
Tjaldsvæði

Karanga Camp

A short 7km hike takes us to Karanga Camp - elevation 4050m. Here we rest and acclimatize in preparation for our final ascent.
Bílastæði

Machame Gate

Start point of our seven-day adventure in Kilimanjaro National Park. Elevation 1800m.
Tjaldsvæði

Machame Hut

Our first days hike takes us 12.5km rising 1200m to our first campsite. At 3000m Machame Hut is nestled in an area of sparsely stunted vegetation.
Bílastæði

Mwenka Gate

From Millennium or High Camp we make the final leg of our journey descending 13km and more than 2000m in less than four hours. Our adventure complete!
Tjaldsvæði

Shira Camp

Day 2 is more challenging than we thought it would be; only 4.5km however a steep 17% slope along the way with a total gain of 900m in altitude.
Fjallskarð

Stella Point

The first milestone of our final ascent takes us 5756m to Stella Point where we rest briefly before our final push.
Toppur

Uhuru Peak

On the morning of day six 31 Oct 2014 we reach our objective - the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro Uhuru Peak.

8 comments

  • mynd af jenbur

    jenbur 2. júl. 2015

    I have followed this trail  View more

    A great experience - coming down is tricky but fast!

  • mynd af Luís Skinner

    Luís Skinner 30. maí 2016

    I have followed this trail  View more

    Trilha difícil mas muito linda, paisagens fantásticas. Realizada por mim em 2001

  • mynd af Waterfallin

    Waterfallin 30. maí 2016

    Pode apostar Luis , o cenário é impressionante! Uma subida muito desafiador

  • mynd af QuilesMP

    QuilesMP 28. jún. 2016

    beautifull track

  • mynd af karma616

    karma616 5. feb. 2017

    I'm planning to go this October. Can you recommend any través agent?
    Thanks in advance

  • mynd af Waterfallin

    Waterfallin 5. feb. 2017

    We booked with G Adventures who were great: 1 team leader plus 2 trail guides, a cook and about 20 support staff - all locals who work very hard. Good Times!

  • mynd af karma616

    karma616 5. feb. 2017

    Thanks for the quick reply and the advice. I will have a look.

  • mynd af Ivan Sorkin

    Ivan Sorkin 27. okt. 2017

    I have followed this trail  View more

    This route changed my life and was my introduction to mountaineering.

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