Mark Whitman, Author at Climb Kilimanjaro Guide

All posts by Mark Whitman

Anne Lorimor, 89, Becomes Oldest Person To Climb Kilimanjaro

Arizona great-grandmother, Anne Lorimor, has become the oldest person to climb Mount Kilimnajaro (19,341 feet), aged 89! Lorimor originally climbed Kilimanjaro in July 2015, becoming (at the time) the

Continue reading

Is This A Joke? Tanzania Plans To Build A Cable Car On Mount Kilimanjaro

Africa’s tallest mountain could very well be getting a cable car in the near future. Tanzania is currently experiencing a boom in tourism and the country is actively seeking to capitalise on the success

Continue reading

Barranco Wall Mt Kilimanjaro – A Steep Climb But Totally Doable

The Barranco Wall on Mt Kilimanjaro forms part of your early morning exercise on day 4 for climbers on the Machame, Shira, Umbwe  and Lemosho Route. The Barranco Wall looks a lot more ominous than it

Continue reading

Kilimanjaro Full Moon Dates – See Kilimanjaro At Its Most Beautiful!

Climbing Kilimanjaro is an incredible experience. The sunsets, the views and the wild and ever changing landscape make it one of the best treks on earth.What many people don’t know is that on the final

Continue reading

The Impossible Is Possible: First Female Quadruple Amputee Conquers Kilimanjaro

History was made this past weekend (Friday, 5 October 2018) when Corinne Hutton conquered Mount Kilimanjaro without feet or hands, and with only one lung. In 2013, due to pneumonia and the septicaemia

Continue reading

8 Year Old From Florida Becomes Youngest Female To Climb Kilimanjaro

Eight year old, Roxy Getter, from Punta Gorda, Florida, has become the youngest female to scale Mount Kilimanjaro. Roxy reached the summit of Kilimanjaro with her family – mom, Sarah, dad, Bobby,

Continue reading

Female Footballers Set New Record On Kilimanjaro

They came, they kicked and they conquered. A group of female footballers have just set a new record on Mount Kilimanjaro by playing a 90-minute football match at nearly 19,000 feet. The squad of 30 footballers,

Continue reading

Africa’s Tallest Tree Discovered On Mount Kilimanjaro

Measuring an almighty 81.5m in height, Africa’s tallest tree has been discovered in a perhaps unlikely location: on Mount Kilimanjaro. The finding is especially unlikely as Africa has few trees over

Continue reading

Highline On Kilimanjaro – A New Record!

Yes, that’s no computer generated background you see before you. That is indeed a highline stretching out across the horizon. Swiss alpinist Stephan Siegrist has just set a new record for the highest

Continue reading

Paralympian, Aaron Phipps Becomes First Brit To Summit Mount Kilimanjaro In A Wheelchair

Reaching the summit of Africa’s tallest peak is no easy task, yet last week London Paralympic athlete and double amputee Aaron Phipps became the first British man to reach the Roof of Africa, not on

Continue reading
1 2 3 9