Kilimanjaro: Guiding the Guides
Nobody climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro alone. Not for a long time. And the most important people on your team should be your guides
KILIMANJARO CLIMB IS FOR FAMILIES
For families who enjoy the outdoors together, Kilimanjaro can be a special place to further seal the family bond.
THE DNA OF ADVENTURE
How does one get the insatiable desire to seek out adventure? Eddie Frank recently stumbled upon a piece of his late father's writing that attempts to answer this question.
THE GREAT WAR REVISITED
Tusker Geografica’s World War II series pays homage to the men whose sacrifice is obscured by time. In part three we revisit the unusual role that Mike Frank played. The war shaped Mike into a father that would raise
PARKING ON THE SUMMIT
Tusker Trail’s founder tries to connect the dots between achieving altitude and his personal experience with Parkinson’s disease.
THE KILI KIND OF DIRTY
We’re down. And we’re dirty. But it’s a clean kind of dirty. It’s the kind of dirt that reaches deep down into your soul, and cleanses your spirit.
A YEAR OR TWO OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY
In 1963, the year Nelson Mandela was sentenced to life in prison, another, albeit less notorious, act of subversion against white minority rule in South Africa had just been completed; a film starring Eddie’s mother, Evelyn Frank.
THE GENIUS AMONG US
Approaching midnight, on November 19, 2012, when Tusker founder Eddie Frank’s father, Mike, passed away peacefully at Eddie’s home, with Eddie and his wife Amy by his side – as they tell it, with a grin on his face –