Mount Kilimanjaro

When: Various

Where: Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania

Standing at 5,895m, Mt Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. This vast, snow-capped and fortunately dormant/extinct volcano is found in the southern hemisphere in northwest Tanzania, close to the Kenyan border.

The uppermost point of the world’s highest free-standing mountain is Uhuru peak. This is a 10 day round trip from the UK, and an attempt to climb this high peak via the Rongai Route.

Apply for an AbleChildAfrica Charity Place

Apply for a place to climb Kilimanjaro via the Rongai Route on the organiser’s website. Once your entry has been confirmed, we would be delighted to have you join the AbleChildAfrica team!

You’ll need to pay a £295 entry fee and pledge to raise a minimum of £2,000 (excluding Gift Aid) until 10-days before your departure date.

Fundraising support

When you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome pack that has everything you need to know about fundraising, including lots of fun ideas and helpful tips. We recommend you break your target into manageable chunks and create a plan to help you reach your goals.

You can create your own online fundraising page – it’s the easiest way to get sponsored. Let everyone know why you’re taking part and update your page with photos and videos. Share your page on Facebook, Twitter and by email so your family, friends and colleagues can sponsor you.

Contact us

Find out more by emailing us at challenge@ablechildafrica.org.uk with the subject ‘Kilimanjaro’.

Please note: This event is organised by Maximum Adventures. Find out more on the Maximum Adventures website.

In 2010, a team of disabled and non-disabled people climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of AbleChildAfrica. Watch the video to see them at the summit and feel inspired to take on the mountain yourself!

 

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