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Confidence,endurance,mind and a right guide is what will get you to the top of any big Mountain
Physical fittness play a role too but not as big as what i have mentioned above,According to my more than10 years experience of guiding Tourists up to Kilimanjaro i have witnessed this.
The most big obstacle facing climbers before they attempt …
... everything possible to give ourselves the best shot at getting to the top. Edward kept telling us, 'If you think you can do it you will' and 'If others can, why not you' and 'Water is the medicine of the mountain.' It was also on day three that Edward realised how much I wanted to get to the top. He said to Jim, ' Your wife is determined to reach the top, isn't she?' Well, he had me there. Determined was an understatement. I really, really wanted to do this!!!! It truly was one ...
... hours but was more like 4-5 hours. We climbed up and down but eventually made it up to 4600m and base camp. I for one was definitely feeling exhausted by the time we made it to camp. Passed out asleep. Dad wasn't doing too well either so at 5pm we made the decision not to attempt to summit, which we should have started at midnight. A tough decision but Andy really didn't want me to push myself and I do have a tendency not to know my limits. Oh well at least we can now sleep thru the ...
Before I start this blog entry can I report that all 4 teams are now safely down from the Mountain with all but one of Team 1 summiting, all of team 2 getting to Gilmans Point but none summiting, and all of Team 4 summiting which is a remarkable achievement! The story of Team 3's epic adventure to get to the mountain, I will leave the challengers to tell, suffice to say, we got to base camp at ...
... the other hand, was the tenacity of our crew. Most mornings, we awoke around 7 a.m. and our day's hike commenced an hour later, led by Solomon and William. The rest of the team would clean up breakfast and tear down our tents along with the remainder of the camp site. Although we had a solid 30-minute head start, it wouldn't be long into our trek when we'd see them gaining on us. In no time whatsoever, the 6 of them would be passing us with wet laundry hanging off their packs ...
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