Nov 22, 2011
With Kilimanjaro still one of mountaineering’s most coveted goals here’s a more budget-friendly way to ensure you are successful and have a once in a lifetime experience.
Sep 13, 2011
Joseph Ayoub, still only aged 12 became the youngest Brit to successfully climb Kilimanjaro last week while his mum became the most glamorous summiteer this year.
Sep 07, 2011
A team of four friends from Kettering have pledged to raise £25,000 for the hospice that cared for two of their fathers, as well as Help for Heros by scaling African’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro.
Jul 22, 2011
Rudy Dormitzer, a thirty-something New York Patriot’s fan sold everything he owns to fund his ambition to climb the 7 summits of the World and has just conquered his first summit, Mount Kilimanjaro, guided by Private Kilimanjaro
Jul 15, 2011
A team of 5 from commercial property developers, Citygrove Securities along with two property fund managers from Legal & General, have raised £35,000 after successfully climbing to the summit of Kilimanjaro for The Variety Club Children’s Charity.
Apr 25, 2011
A team from the UK’s leading carpet and upholstery cleaning and damage restoration business, Chem-Dry® have raised in excess of £9,000 by successfully climbing Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, in aid of Chem-Dry’s Charity of the Year - Asthma UK.
Apr 01, 2011
Private Kilimanjaro announced the winners of it’s charity challenge competition today, Manchester City Football “off the pitch staff, who call themselves “Team City
Mar 01, 2011
Private Kilimanjaro’s competition to find the most fun and original idea for a charity climb up Kilimanjaro announced the finalists for the public voting stage today.
Feb 21, 2011
On 1st Jun 2011, Tom Taylor, Barbara Manktelow and Richard Llewellyn are climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa to raise money for Association of Young People with M.E and Macmillan Cancer Support with Private Kilimanjaro.
Feb 21, 2011
In January 2011, a ten-man team led by a group from British Airways, calling themselves the “Kili Flyers” climbed Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, to raise funds for three fantastic charities. Overall nearly £11,000 was raised.