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Aging and Altitude

Aging and Altitude

There may be a silver lining in that gray hair atop your balding head. People in their 50’s and older may be able to handle high altitude better than people half their age…

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Can I Eat my Special Diet While Climbing Kilimanjaro?

By on August 8, 2018 in Kilimanjaro Category with 0 Comments
Can I Eat my Special Diet While Climbing Kilimanjaro?

When you think of climbing Kilimanjaro, the food you eat on your journey may be the last thing on your mind… unless you have a special diet. Whether you’re vegan or vegetarian, avoiding carbs and sugar, or have allergy restrictions, what you eat is usually one of your first considerations before taking on any new […]

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What Happens to Your Body On a Kilimanjaro Hike

By on July 25, 2018 in Kilimanjaro Category with 0 Comments
What Happens to Your Body On a Kilimanjaro Hike

What does it actually feel like to go on a Mount Kilimanjaro hike? Since your body has to deal with varying weather patterns, changing elevations and high altitude summiting, climbing Kilimanjaro can either mess with your system or have very little effect on it. The tricky thing is, you never know which one it’ll be. […]

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7 Must-Have Documents to Carry When Climbing Kilimanjaro

7 Must-Have Documents to Carry When Climbing Kilimanjaro

What documents must you carry when you’re climbing Kilimanjaro? Aside from your travel itinerary and passport, you’ll also need to have a few other critical papers handy in your daypack and written down on your Mount Kilimanjaro packing list so you don’t forget them. Check out today’s list of documents to take on your hike, […]

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The Spiral Route Adds an Eighth Option to Kilimanjaro’s Routes

By on July 11, 2018 in Kilimanjaro Category with 0 Comments
The Spiral Route Adds an Eighth Option to Kilimanjaro’s Routes

What does it mean to be a trailblazer? This word often describes someone who sets out to create a new, better way of accomplishing a difficult task or challenge. And in the adventure world, sometimes it literally means blazing a new trail – or in this case a new Kilimanjaro route. Eddie Frank, the founding […]

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