Kilimanjaro

If you’ve read Kilimanjaro Diaries: Or, How I Spent a Week Dreaming of Toilets, Drinking Crappy Water, and Making Bad Jokes While Having the Time of My Life and are looking for additional information about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, you’ve come to the right place.

Click the links below to find information about ascent routes, the various climbing seasons, a comprehensive and battle-tested packing list, tips for your climb, a reflection on lessons learned, and a photo album to complement the book. In short, here you’ll find all you need to plan your own Kili climb! If you’re still not sure, I’ll sponsor you with a few packs of wet wipes.

 

4 comments

    • Excellent, Elina! I’d love to hear what you think. Do you think you’d climb it a second time sometime in your life? I would love to bring back the experience. I’m setting out for something much mellower in a month – the Wild Coast Meander in South Africa. Nights in nice inns along the way, porters carrying your stuff, excellent meals cooked by someone else, and a bit of walking in between every day. Sounds nice!

  1. No second time, I am old women and must hurry and do some other things.

    Now I am om my way to Greenland and trekking Arctic Circle Trail alone. I have your Kili book with me for rainy days. Dry hydrated food and tent, No luxury but the nature and silence.

    Have a nice time you too!

  2. Oh how wonderful, that sounds like an amazing experience! Makes mine coming up like pure luxury, what with the porters. You are right though, sometimes nothing beats silence. I’m honored you’re taking my book to the Arctic Circle:)

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