Tons of information to help you plan your climb up Kilimanjaro. You can find everything from best hotels, routes, and other perspectives on the mountain.
By Donovan | January 24th, 2008 | Comments Off
The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in Tanzania, informed us that Yellow Fever Inoculations, which were removed in 2001, have been reinstated at all borders, ports and international airports. You must have a Yellow Fever vaccinations and documentation ... [read on]
By Roger | January 16th, 2008 | Comments Off
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Why climb Mt. Kilimanjaro with BootsnAll?
By Donovan | January 8th, 2008 | Comments Off
Recently I heard from a group of 7 clients who managed to get to the summit of Kilimanjaro, Uhuru Peak. You can see their picture before the climb, when they are fresh, excited, and ready for the mountain, with their ... [read on]
By Peter Baxter | January 1st, 2008 | Comments Off
This year BootsnAll will be staging an escorted and guided New Year’s Eve Summit of Kilimanjaro & Safari between December 23 and January 3 2008/9. I will be personally leading the climb via the Lesotho Route with aim of ... [read on]
By Jessica | October 25th, 2007 | Comments Off
You can read countless books about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, but isn’t it better to talk to someone who’s done it? In person? You’ll get a chance to do just that if you come to the BootsnAll Holiday Party this December!
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By Ed | October 15th, 2007 | Comments Off
This view of the Reusch Crater is hidden from Kilimanjaro summiteers by gigantic cinder cones. The only way to see this is to include an over-night stay at Crater Camp, walk up the cinder cones and look ... [read on]
By Ed | October 8th, 2007 | Comments Off
While exploring the surroundings on the crater floor the clouds were rolling past, at our level, like gigantic puffs of cotton. I’d never seen anything quite like it.
By Ed | October 1st, 2007 | Comments Off
I took this minimalist image as we moved slowly across the raising snow slope from the top of the Breach to the rim of the cinder cones protecting the Reusch Crater.
By Ed | September 24th, 2007 | Comments Off
Kilimanjaro is not known for summit plumes but there it was nonetheless.
Unlike the Himalayan giants, this was not warm monsoon air condensing to ice crystals. Kili was sucking the clouds up the Western Breach from behind us ... [read on]
By Ed | September 17th, 2007 | Comments Off
These are the final steps at the top of the Western Breach Route. I’d never climbed anything like the Breach, at that altitude, (16,000-ft to 18,800-ft) in my life. My flatlander perspective saw the task as daunting, ... [read on]