Kilimanjaro Climb Videos Videos of People Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro


Kilimanjaro Climb – Day 2 – August 3, 2010 – At the Big Tree (Mti Mkubwa) Camp

On the morning of Day 2 of our climb, we are camped out at the Big Tree (Mti Mkubwa) camp, ready to start our second day of hiking. We are at about 9500 feet above sea level, and it is a cool day in the rainforest. Today, we will hike 5 miles (8 km) from Mti Mkubwa to the Shira 1 campsite on the Shira Plateau.


Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route Feb 15th 2011 Part 5

Today we climb the Barranco Wall! 1000ft vertical cliff face with a winding hazardous path. Not good for me as i suffer from vertigo!


Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Day 8 (Part 8 of 8, The End)

Day one: A mini documentary about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. We took the "alternative" Lemosho route to climb. You can clearly see what alternative means by looking at the animated map at the end of each video. It involves almost circling around the mountain. We started along the usual Lemosho route camping at the Forest camp and at the Shira plateau. Then we headed north deviating from the usual route and camped at the Moir huts. From there we proceeded around the back of the mountain to Pofu campsite and then to the 3rd caves camp where our trail joined the Rongai route. Then we headed to the School huts for a brief stop before the summit push. Except for the first and second camps and the summit we essentially had the mountain to ourselves. This adventure was the best experience of my life so far. I cannot thank our guide Freddie and assistant guides Prosper and John enough. Their experience and knowledge was invaluable in helping us reach the summit. I would also like to thank Henry Stedman from for making all this possible.


Tent Talk on the RUSH: Live it-Give it Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb. (Lemosho Route)

Ed and Jamie discuss the Barranco Wall within the confines of their tent.


Kilimanjaro Climb – Day 1 – August 2, 2010 – At the Lemosho Route Trail Head

We've survived the wild ride from the hotel to the Londorossi Gate, and on to the Lemosho Route trail head. This is the starting point for our hike, where we will hike 4 miles (6 km) in the African Rainforest to Mti Mkubwa (Big Tree).