Reach Your Peak Kilimanjaro – June 2022 Confirmed ✅
February 21st 2022,
104 Days to go until the very first Stevie Kidd Pathway Reach Your Peak Kilimanjaro Event which has drawn international interest 🏔
We have our 10 names confirmed for RYP Kilimanjaro in June from all over the world, we have Scotland, England, Wales, Sweden and Tampa, Florida, USA.
Stevie Kidd - Founder and Managing Director of The Stevie Kidd Pathway
Ricky Munday - Founder of Inspire Alpine and Lead Guide of RYP Kilimanjaro
Dr Jim Fairbairn OBE - Global CEO of Megger
Linus Nordgren - Europe Sales Manager at Megger
Amy Lyons - Specialist Manager at Megger
Lisa Newman - Group Brand Manager at Megger
Peter Rigley - Owner of Base Metal Roofing
Doug White - Guest Speaker of Reach Your Peak Scotland and Close Friend of Stevie Kidd
Brandon Pierceall - USA Delegates
Paula Pierceall - USA Delegates
This is the next step of the delegates journeys continuing through the Stevie Kidd Pathway, after they take on this amazing event we move on to Everest Base Camp!
Stevie Kidd Pathway are proud to announce that we are now able to offer expeditions to summit Mount Kilimanjaro - the highest mountain in Africa. Thanks to a Partnership with Ricky Munday and Inspire Alpine. Ricky and Stevie have climbed Kilimanjaro 3 times between them. 🏔
Our first expedition will run from 5th - 13th June 2022 with a group size of 10 people, where we trek for 7 days via the scenic Rongai route and we aim to summit on Day 6.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. It has three main volcanic peaks, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira - it's a truly superlative mountain, standing in isolation above the surrounding savannah. 🌋
Known as the 'Roof of Africa', at 5,895 metres, climbing Kilimanjaro is a fantastic challenge that is entirely feasible for a hillwalker looking to combine a high mountain adventure with a visit to East Africa, which offers incredible safari or other adventure travel opportunities. 🐘
Rongai - this is the only route from the north side of the mountain, which tends to be drier than the south. It's a relatively quiet route with good opportunities to spot wildlife as we ascend, and which gives incredible views of Mawenzi (second highest peak on Kilimanjaro). Rongai has a gradual ascent in terms of terrain, which allows for excellent acclimatisation compared to other routes. 📍
We also include an additional day of acclimatisation on Day 5 so you can enjoy the stunning scenery fro
m Mawenzi camp. We will camp in tents (two people per tent). We'll trek for five days, ascending through the forest onto heathland, before approaching the summit from the NNE side of the mountain. After summiting, we descend to Horombo Camp the same day. The following day (Day 8) we descend to Marangu Gate. 📆
If you ever wanted to know what hit takes to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and then a day later run the Kilimanjaro Marathon, Stevie Kidd has recently written a book on this exact topic..
Sharing his tools, techniques and strategies in how he was able to get this done!
> Eliminating Fear
> Full Commitment to Your Training
> Drive & Hunger
You can purchase this E-Book today using the link below: