Pizza Hut Deliver Pizza To The Top Of Kilimanjaro And Achieve Guinness Record

Now that’s what we call a PR stunt! Pizza Hut have earned a Guinness World Record for delivering the highest altitude pizza to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. The stunt was organised by Pizza Hut

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Mountain Biking To The Top Of Kilimanjaro For World Bicycle Relief

Rebecca Rusch and Patrick Sweeney have recently mountain biked to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak (19,341 feet). The feat of mountain biking up Kilimanjaro began in 1985 when Dick

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Swedish Man With Disability Scales The Roof Of Africa

  • January 21, 2016

Aaron Anderson, a Swedish man who lost both his legs to cancer, has just scaled the summit of the tallest free standing mountain in the world – Kilimanjaro. Not only did Mr Anderson complete the

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Victoria Secret Model Scales Kilimanjaro!

  • January 15, 2016

Last Thursday Victoria Secret model, Sara Sampaio, realised a dream of hers by reaching the Roof of Africa. Her fans, who are more used to seeing the model without much clothes on, got to see a different

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Charging Camera Batteries On Kilimanjaro

  • January 6, 2016

In the new age of technology, everyone wants to document their travels, and this is certainly true for trekkers. On a mountain where the scenery is nothing short of breathtaking, a camera is a vital piece

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Angela Vorobeva Becomes The Oldest Woman To Climb Kilimanjaro

  • December 30, 2015

Angela Vorobeva has become the oldest woman to climb Kilimanjaro, aged 86 years 267 days. Vorobeva was born in Russia on the 4 February 1929. The expedition begun on the 23 October 2015, departing from

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Nepali Mountaineer, Sanjay Pandit, Climbs Kilimanjaro Backwards In Record Time

  • December 30, 2015

Nepali mountaineer, Sanjay Pandit, has recently set an extraordinary new record on Mount Kilimanjaro, walking backwards to the 5,895m summit in an astonishing time of 25 hours and 40 minutes. The climb

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Kilimanjaro Success Rate – How Many People Reach the Summit

For many, climbing Kilimanjaro is the experience of a lifetime. It’s also a fairly big investment and you therefore need to understand your chances of actually reaching the summit and which routes

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Kilimanjaro Plays Host To The World’s Highest Ever Rugby Match

Last week, a team of 38 climbers set a new world record by playing rugby at an altitude of 5,791m (19,000 ft) on Mount Kilimanjaro. The team, who were climbing for charity, not only played a full rugby

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Rockfall Kills American Trekker On Kilimanjaro

  • September 22, 2015

Californian entrepreneur and founder of Live Your Legend has tragically died on the slopes of Kilimanjaro from a freak rock fall on the Western Breach route. Having sold their house in San Francisco in

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Camels Atop The Roof Of Africa!

  • August 17, 2015

Far from the desert sands, a group from the United Arab Emirates have been the first to tackle Africa’s highest peak… with camels. More often than not, most records associated with the UAE have something

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New Female Speed Record On Kilimanjaro

  • August 5, 2015

German ultra runner Anne-Marie Flammersfeld (37) has broken the female speed record on Kilimanjaro. The UVU athlete took 8 hours and 32 minutes to reach the top of Kilimanjaro, Uhuru Peak (5895 meters),

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Climb Mount Meru – Kilimanjaro’s Little Brother

Often considered a warm up for Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru by its own right is a stunning mountain to climb. Standing at 4,566m high, Mount Meru is Tanzania’s second highest mountain. Although standing over

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13-Year-Old Olivia Will Climb Kilimanjaro

  • July 23, 2015

When she climbs Mount Kilimanjaro from August 7 to August 12 2015, 13-year-old Olivia Maiden of Poulton, Lancashire, will remember her sister, Florence, who died shortly after her first birthday. Olivia

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Obesity Is No Barrier To Climbing Kilimanjaro

  • July 14, 2015

If you were grossly overweight, you might consider a cleanse or gym membership. 300lb Kara Richardson Whitely of Noo Joizee, on the other hand, preferred to climb Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro three

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