Lace up your hiking boots for the assault on Africa's highest mountain - Mt. Kilimanjaro. Each year over 20,000 people begin the grueling 5-day climb in the hope of reaching Uhuru Peak, the summit at 5,947 meters (19,866 ft). While it is considered to be a non-technical climb - meaning you don't need any special gear or equipment - it still takes massive amount of guts, stamina and willpower to reach the peak. The climb is so challenging in fact, that 1 in 4 actually makes it to the top. But if you do get there, you'll be amply rewarded and justifiably proud to actually set foot on the "vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro".
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- Location: Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania