Nearing the Summit of Mt Kilimanjaro

“I’m feeling kind of excellent…
I think everyone is acclimating really well…just one step at a time, everybody is just moving, moving, moving.” 

Madison (the youngest climber)

The Freedom Climbers have finished Day 3 and are resting up for Day 4. They’ll summit Sunday (Saturday evening State-side). 

They’re heading into the toughest part of their climb, although the first three days haven’t been easy.

Visit their blog to see pictures, reports of how they’re doing, and prayer requests. What a remarkable group of ezers!

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3 Responses to Nearing the Summit of Mt Kilimanjaro

  1. pimalai says:

    I've always been fascinated by Mt. Kilimanjaro. I am looking forward to the day when I will be able to climb up this iconic peak myself.


  2. Jayden says:

    I tried mountaineering before and it is really hard to find a comfortable caravan accommodation there so you really have to be ready for the worst situation you could probably experience on top.


  3. Daisy Dee says:

    Temporary fences around some parts of the mountain are important to prevent people going to the dangerous parts if not necessary. However, there are mountaineers that would do everything to reach their dreams, that is to reach the top of the mountain they are climbing and I salute them for not giving up.


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