Most Spectacular Things You Can Ever See on Your Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

At this extreme altitude, many pedestrians suffer from stomach problems, but the terrain is hazardous for climbers when nature calls. Unfortunately, in the narrow beam of my headlamp, I noticed things I did not wish for, with hands scattered between the warmer and the tissues carelessly leaving. Going was harder than I imagined – my hands and feet were painfully numb, my head shook, my water bottle and camera battery froze, and nausea made me better at times.

What Could Be Your Experience on Kilimanjaro

But after Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the most spectacular sunrise I have ever seen, we stood, agitated, on the summit in the loose moons, surrounded by thousands of boot prints, somehow rippling the wind. There was nothing to clear the skies over us. The glaciers still flashed blue against the pink horizon, as we waited our turn for a photograph in front of the iconic summit sign.

Call Yourself A Good Climber

At this extreme altitude Kilimanjaro Trekking, many pedestrians suffer from stomach problems, but the terrain is hazardous for climbers when nature calls. Unfortunately, in the narrow beam of my headlamp, I noticed things I did not wish for, with hands scattered between the warmer and the tissues carelessly leaving. Going was harder than I imagined – my hands and feet were painfully numb, my head shook, my water bottle and camera battery froze, and nausea made me better at times.

Why Should You Appreciate the Value of the Trip?

But after the most spectacular sunrise I have ever seen, we stood, agitated, on the summit in the loose moons, surrounded by thousands of boot prints, somehow rippling the wind. There was nothing to clear the skies over us. The glaciers still flashed blue against the pink horizon, as we awaited our turn for a picture in front of the iconic hilltop sign. I didn’t fully appreciate the value of our route in order to avoid the crowds until our descent.

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