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How long Does it Take to Climb Mt Kilimanjaro

How long Does it Take to Climb Mt Kilimanjaro

Most of people have been asked how many days it takes to climb mt Kilimanjaro. The answer to climb mt Kilimanjaro take five to eleven days depend on the route you’re taking to climbing the summit of mt Kilimanjaro.

Below is the summary of Kilimanjaro routes with route description and number of days recommended.

Summary of routes and descriptions on how long it takes to climb mt Kilimanjaro

RouteDescriptionDaysLength
Northern CircuitNewest route on Kilimanjaro. Very low traffic due to very long time on the mountain traverses nearly the entire mountain including the north side. Long route with Excellent views.990 kilometers (56 mi)
LemoshoLong access drive, remote, less frequented, beautiful forests, scenic traverse to Barafu, camping. Excellent for acclimatization.856 kilometers (35 mi)
MachameSecond most popular route. Beautiful forest, very good for acclimatization, scenic traverse to Barafu.6-749 kilometers (30 mi)
MaranguVery popular (crowded). Gentle gradients and long sections up to 4700m (2.9 mi). Beautiful forests and moorlands, comfortable but basic huts. The 6 day variant provides good time for acclimatization.5-664 kilometers (40 mi)
RongaiLong access drive, remote, less frequented, some fine, wild, least scenic, camping. Good for acclimatization.5-665 kilometers (40 mi)
UmbweShortest and steepest route, very physically taxing and requires serious endurance. Beautiful forest, spectacular ridge, bad for acclimatization, scenic traverse to Barafu, camping.5-637 kilometers (23 mi)

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