Described by Hemingway as ‘wide as all the world, great, high, and unbelievably white in the sun’, and televised most recently by Gary Barlow, Cheryl Cole and Chris Moyles’ Comic Relief trip back in 2009, you now have the chance to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, while raising money to restore smiles and change lives in Africa.
Last month saw the 2011 Kili team, including Mark Topley, B2A’s CEO and renowned speaker Chris Barrow from The Dental Business Coach, climb Mount Kilimanjaro, and now it’s your opportunity to sign up for the 2012 challenge.
Mark Topley says: ‘Climbing Kili is by far the most challenging, rewarding and emotional achievements of my life, I am still reeling from it now! I couldn’t recommend it more highly to anyone looking for something that will challenge you physically, emotionally and mentally while making a lasting difference to the lives of people in Tanzania. Do it!’
The highest mountain on the African continent, and located in the north-east of Tanzania, climbing Kilimanjaro is the challenge of a lifetime.
At 5895m (19,341ft) high, more or less 24 miles wide and 49 miles long it dominates the savannah of East Africa.
Consisting of three snow-capped peaks: Shira, Mawenzi, and Kibo, the group will spend 11 days in Tanzania climbing Mount Kibo peak.
Experience a challenge unlike no other and help support Bridge2Aid, dates for 2012 are 18-28 August 2012.
To find out more contact Kerry Dutton, Fundraising Co-ordinator on [email protected] or Tel: 01243 780102.
Alternatively visit www.bridge2aid.org to download an application form.