What seems like the start of a spelling bee is actually the letters that aptly describe the trails. The W trail is shaped exactly like a large W and runs up three beautiful valleys covering a distance of around 80km, and the O circuit is a large circular track which incorporates the W, stretching to around 120km.
Under the dizzying heights of several peaks of almost 8000m, lies the famous Annapurna circuit, one of the more popular hikes in Nepal. With enough spare days in your pocket you can head out on this trail for anything from 12 to 21 days, or even more, with vast mountain vistas in sight, stunning valleys … Continue reading A Himalayan Sandwich – Best times for the Annapurna Circuit
Marangu is often considered to be the easiest route on Mount Kilimanjaro - but don't be fooled, as no route on Kilimanjaro is "easy". It is given this rating as it has a gradual, less steep ascent climb, which means that you also as a result cover greater distances each day. It is also … Continue reading What are the Climbing routes on Kilimanjaro?
You have trained for months to Climb Kilimanjaro. You have gathered all of your gear. You have flight tickets, all services booked, passport in hand and ready to fly. But have you bought Travel Insurance? Yes it is not just a buzz word that agents use to try to get you to part with your … Continue reading Emergency evacuation off Kilimanjaro