Mount Kilimanjaro: The Size of Mount Kilimanjaro, Volcanic Activity, the Walking Paths of Ascension, the Effects of Altitude, and Mount Kilimanjaro Being a Crater Rather Than a Peak

Nearly 6000 meters high, Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and the largest free standing mountain the world. Mt. Kilimanjaro is actually a volcano, which was believed to be extinct until scientists started monitoring signs of activity at its summit crater; laying dormant for the time being until its next massive eruption. There are 10 different ascents up Mt. Kilimanjaro, taking 5 days to ascend on the most difficult route. As a body becomes acclimated to altitude, it produces more l...

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