MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMBING ROUTES - WHICH IS THE BEST FOR YOU?
Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing is A Once in a Lifetime Experience
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The Kilimanjaro climbing Marangu route is a comfortable walking path with a very stead, moderate slope (at least until you reach the last camp). It gave this Marangu route a reputation as an ‘easy’ climb route than the other Kilimanjaro routes.
The Kilimanjaro Machame route is also called ‘Whiskey Route’, a reference to the ‘Coca-Cola Route’ Marangu. Machame is ‘tougher’ than that. This route is more tough climbing in some aspects, therefore;
Same as the Shira route, Lemosho route approaches Mt. Kilimanjaro from the west and then joins Machame route. From here everything that has been said about the Machame route also applies to the Lemosho route.
The Rongai route is one of the easier routes up Kilimanjaro. Rongai is the only route to approach Kilimanjaro from the north and the descent is via the Marangu Route.
Climbing Kilimanjaro offers Umbwe as a 6-day or 7-day group or private Kilimanjaro climb. The seven-day variation adds an acclimatization day on day 3 at Barranco Camp.
Shira Route 8 Days is a spectacular and enjoyable route to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. With time to acclimatize and enjoy this fantastic adventure.