Todd Miller tells the story of his travels with Berg Adventures.
More fascinating stories from other BAI climbers.
The fourth article in our Expedition Training series provides a list of simple stretches that can help reduce muscle fatigue and soreness after a hard day of hiking or climbing.
Reaching the summit of a grand mountain peak or trekking up multiple high passes can be both rewarding and exhausting. When you reach the top of your climb, you’re only halfway there. Descending can take a toll on your body and your knees. This article, the third installment in our Expedition Training series, offers information and tips on how to strengthen your knees and prevent injuries.
On the less travelled north side of Kilimanjaro, Sherwood and Michelle, a brother and sister team, will trek the Rongai route on their way to Uhuru Peak, the very top of Africa. After an unforgettable journey on Kilimanjaro they will begin their ultimate safari. For six days they will explore the African savannah, viewing large numbers of animals including lions, zebras and giraffes.
After reaching the crater rim, Jan, Amanda and Rob will go for the summit or take advantage of a night’s rest in the crater before waking in the early morning to ascend to the top of Africa. With the ultimate experience of sleeping in the crater camp they will get the opportunity to have a closer look at the marvels of Kilimanjaro’s towering glacial wall of ice.