01244 335 622
and we’ll be happy to accept your donations over the phone.
Children Today Charitable Trust, The Moorings, Rowton Bridge, Christleton, Chester, CH3 7AE
Join us in Africa for a trek filled with breathtaking panoramic views, exotic wildlife and challenging hikes which will ultimately lead you to Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest free standing mountain in the world and one of the world’s 7 highest continental summits. It’s no wonder why so many people flock to her – to experience one of the best mountain charity challenges the world has to offer. She stands at an impressive 5,895m above sea level, dominating the African skyline looking down over the African plains. Our charity challenge for 2013 is to reach Uhuru Peak following the much less trodden Lemosho Glades route
Trek with us from 11th - 22nd September 2013
Registration fee - £549
Sponsorship - £3,895
Or for further details please contact Tom Williams on 01244 335622 or email email@example.com.
Day 1 – We depart the UK on our overnight flight.
Day 2 – Meet local guides and transfer to Hotel. Briefing about the challenge.
Day 3 – Transfer to Londorossi Gate. Trek to Mti Mkubwa – 2,800m
Day 4 – Trek to Shira Cave 1 – 3,400m
Day 5 – Trek to Shira Hut 2 – 3,900m
Day 6 – Great acclimatisation day. Trek to Laver Tower (4,600m) then trek to Barranco Hut/Camp – 3,900m
Day 7 – Trek Barranco Hut/Camp to Karanga Valley – 4,100m
Day 8 – Trek Karanga Valley to Barafu Hut – 4,600m
Day 9 – Early start and very long day! At 12am trek Barafu Hut to Uhuru Peak – 5,895m. Then descend to Millennium Camp
Day 10 – Trek Millennium Camp to Mweka Gate. Celebratory meal in evening in Arusha.
Day 11 – Free time, then transfer to airport to flight back to UK
Day 12 – Arrive UK
(Itinerary correct at time of production, but subject to change)