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Kilimanjaro Climbing Lemosho

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Tanzania, Kilimanjaro

  • Activities

    Adventure, Climbing

  • Price
    $1700 USD per person
  • Duration

    7 days

  • Avg Distance

    70 km

  • Starting Location

    Moshi

  • Notes

    Check availability and Confirm booking by payment of 30% deposit by Credit Card

Highlights

  • The first day of the route is rich in game animals, and armed rangers may accompany a climbing group temporarily.
  • Kilimanjaro guides have a lot of knowledge on birds, rocks, volcano, weather, wildlife and more.
  • Mountain Food Menu is well planned to provide health ingredient needed for each day, especially beginning days and Summit day.
  • Mountain guides have Mountaineering Skills, experience and know well about Mount Kilimanjaro. Guides provides customer care and personalized friendly.
  • Modern equipment and safety are Pulse oximeter, oxygen for emergency.

Guide

Trip Info

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route 7 Day Travel package

Consider planning flight time to Kilimanjaro Airport, JRO and flight day back home after Kilimanjaro tour (usually add 2 days).

Lemosho route is beautiful remote located Kilimanjaro trail. Lemosho route is less-used and beautiful way up to the Shira Plateau. Climbers sometimes use it to ascend the Western Breach route, or follow it with the Kibo South Circuit to ascend by the easier Barafu Route.
Now you get special treatment from our Best Kilimanjaro climbing guides. It is benefit to use their skills and experience to reach Kilimanjaro summit easily.

Route Outline daily hike plan is as follows:

DAY 01:- Drive from Moshi or Arusha to Londorossi Park Gate (2250 m, 2 hours). From here a forest track requiring a 4WD vehicle leads to Lemosho Glades (2100 m, 11 km, 45 minutes) and a possible campsite (park fees are not paid to camp here). Walk along forest trails to Mti Mkubwa (big tree) campsite, (2750 m, 3 hours).

DAY 02:- The trail gradually steepens and enters the giant heather moorland zone. Several streams are crossed then it gains the Shira Ridge at about 3600 m and drops gently down to Shira 1 camp located by a stream on the Shira Plateau (3500 m, 5 hours). This campsite could be omitted.

DAY 03:-A gentle walk across the plateau leads to Shira 2 camp on moorland meadows by a stream (3850 m, 1.5 hours). A variety of walks are available on the Plateau making this an excellent acclimatization day.

DAY 04:- Continue east towards Kibo passing the junction, then east towards the Lava Tower. Shortly after this, you descend to Barranco hut (3940 m, 4 hours).

DAY 05:-A short scramble to the top of the Great Barranco and then a traverse over scree and ridges to the Karanga Valley (4000 m, 3 hours), beneath the icefalls of the Heim, Kersten and Decken Glaciers. After climbing out of the Karanga Valley the trail ascends a ridge to the Barafu Hut, a bleak location with little vegetation at 4600 m, (3 hours walking).

DAY 06:-An early start for the ascent to the rim of the Kibo Crater between the Rebmann and Ratzel Glaciers, (4 hours); the last section before the rim can sometimes be snow-covered and an ice-axe or ski stick is useful for balance. From here a further hour leads to Uhuru Peak, from where there are often fine views of Meru to the west and the jagged peak of Mawenzi to the east. Descend to the Barafu Hut for a rest and lunch before continuing on down to camp at Mweka Hut in the giant heather zone on the forest edge. Those with energy on the summit may wish to descend to the Reutsh Crater and visit the dramatic ice pinnacles of the Eastern Icefields.

DAY 07:- A 3-4 hour descent through beautiful forest brings you to the Park gate and your waiting transport.

—-ALL SERVICES ARE INCLUDED …..

PRICE COST IS 1700 US $ PER PERSON

THE prices include all services: Airport transfers from Kilimanjaro Airport, Good deluxe hotel, all park fees, salaries of guides/porters/cook, all meals on the mountain, clean safe drinking water, accommodation equipment, and Government tax, certificate of climbing, first aid, rescue and transfer to/from Arusha or Moshi.

Services not included: Flight to Tanzania, Entry VISA, Climbing gears (available for rent), tips to guides, porters, coordinator and items of a personal nature.

Equipment: Pulse Oximeter (25 $) and Oxygen bottle (150 $) can be provided on Request.

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