There are six Kilimanjaro routes, so how can you choose one.
Yes, it can a bit of an exercise when selecting a route. There are five main routes on Mount Kilimanjaro - Machame, Rongai, Marangu, Umbwe, Lemosho&Shira.
Second most popular route. Beautiful forest, very good for acclimatisation, scenic traverse to Barafu. 6-7 days, 49km.
Long access drive, remote, less frequented, some fine, wild, high-altitude, mountain scenery, camping. Good for acclimatisation. 6-7 days, 65km.
Very popular. Gentle gradients and long sections up to 4700m.Beautful forest and moorlands, comfortable but basic huts. The 6 day variant provides good time for acclimatisation. 5-6 days, 64km.
Shortest and steepest route, tough. Beautiful forest, spectacular ridge, bad for acclimatisation, scenic traverse to Barafu, camping. Dangerous route. 5-6 days, 45km.
Lemosho & Shira:
Long access drive, remote, less frequented, beautiful forests, scenic traverse to Barafu, camping. Excellent for acclimatisation. 7-8 days, 56km.
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