Category Archive: kilimanjaro

Climbing kilimanjaro is an activity that seems to be high up on the average persons bucket list. Our Kilimanjaro articles are posted to help climbers make an informed decision on the aspects of their climb. But we also encourage up to date facts and stories on Kilimanjaro to help keep the mystery and awsomeness of this majestic mountain alive

Nov 06

Man climbs Kilimanjaro with a bathtub on his back

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Irishman Robbie Dowling climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in an achievement that is hardly noteworthy except for the fact the 57-year-old did it with a companion named Sheila on his back. Sheila is a bathtub. Yes, a bathtub, a 26kg bathtub. “It was a very proud moment for me and for Ireland,” Dowling told The Journal, an online …

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Oct 20

How to clean a hydration bladder

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  On a day-to-day basis, staying well-watered feels like a Herculean task (name one person who gets their eight glasses a day without fail). Add in an arduous hike or bike ride and a moldy hydration bladder that makes your water taste like the inside of a sock, and you’ve whipped up a foolproof recipe …

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Feb 20

Base jump from Kilimanjaro

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 50-year-old Russian extreme mountaineer has made history once again. Valery Rozov is just back from Tanzania, after completing the world’s first BASE jump from the African continent’s highest point, 5,895 meters above sea level: Uhuru point on Mount Kilimanjaro. “I prepared for this jump for one year,” he said shortly after taking off. “So it’s a special feeling when you’re successful, as you can …

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Apr 16

Basic map reading

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  Basic map reading knowledge is fundamental for surviving in nature Basic map reading skills include interpreting maps by understanding contour lines, scale, grids and magnetic variations on direction  Reading the signs Before embarking on any expedition you will have learned all you can about the terrain, equipped yourself with maps and worked out routes. …

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Mar 15

Chic Pees in backpack on Kilimanjaro

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Chic pees in Backpack on Kilimanjaro. Why is it done? Here is some interesting Kilimanjaro facts that often get overlooked. A subject  we feel is time to breach             Ok, so calm down you perverts. What did you expect to see? A hot blond chic peeing in a backpack on Kilimanjaro? We are …

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