Mount Kilimanjaro summit trek with Fear Naught

Will you take on Mt Kilimanjaro?

Conquering Mt. Kilimajaro is on the bucket list of many but few are determined to make it happen. Do you have the mindset required to complete this challenge? 

The Lemosho Route approaches Kilimanjaro from the West, and starts in pristine forest before crossing the vast Shira plateau, and merging into the Machame Route after Shira Camp (on Day 3 of the trek). The route traverses around to the east on Kilimanjaros’ southern side – and provides a fantastic, varied trek with changing views.  

Mt Kilimanjaro climb with Fear Naught snowy mountain top with trekkers

This Kilimanjaro itinerary includes the famous Barranco Wall and an extra acclimatisation day with a shorter day trekking prior to summit day, which ensures you get more rest, more time to prepare for the summit push, and the best chance of making it to the top. It’s popular – and that’s not surprising – as it has everything! 

The challenge is operated by Action Challenge and led by a UK Mountain Leader and supported by a Medic overseeing the group’s wellbeing – you’ll be in safe hands, and their expert local logistics team & guides will ensure it all runs like clockwork. This is a ‘fully inclusive’ trip – leaving you to focus on your challenge, and to enjoy it! 

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Barry Finlay, Kilimanjaro and Beyond

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