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9 Days Lemosho Route Kilimanjaro Climbing Itinerary With Affordable Price

Lemosho 9 Days Peak kilimanjaro Route - Climbing

Kilimanjaro climbing via 9 days Lemosho route in 2024 is an exhilarating journey that combines breathtaking landscapes, challenging terrain, and an unforgettable summit experience up 5,895 meters of Mount Kilimanjaro.

This 9 days Lemosho route adventure offers an extraordinary opportunity to conquer the majestic Kilimanjaro and create lasting memories of a truly remarkable expedition.

Kilimanjaro climbing via 9 days Lemosho route in 2024 price

The best and most affordable price for the 9 days Kilimanjaro climbing via Lemosho route is affordable per climber that enables you to successful summit at 5,895 meters Mount Kilimanjaro and descending back.

Lemosho 9 Days Peak kilimanjaro Route - Climbing

This price vary depending on accommodations before and after the climb, number of people in a group,

and climbing services offered.

The 9 days Kilimanjaro Lemosho route price and costs are paid in USD Dollars, Pounds, Euros, and in Tanzania Shillings.

Kilimanjaro climbing via 9 days Lemosho route in 2024 sucess route

The best successful Kilimanjaro summit rate up to 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) of the 9 days Lemosho route is from 95% to 98%.

This highest successful summit rate of the 9 days Lemosho route kilimanjaro climb is due to the best

itinerary the allows ample acclimatization time for climbers,

This 9 days Kilimanjaro Lemosho route package is favorable to solo hikers, group joining hikers, friends, and families with children.

Package Inclusion & Exclusions


  • Guide, Porters
  • Park Fees, Tax
  • Gate transfer
  • Crew wages
  • Environment fees
  • Camping throughout you climb!
  • Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners
  • Drinking water
  • Cook


  • Flights
  • Tipping the crew
  • Visas

Lemosho 9 Days Peak kilimanjaro Route – Climbing itinerary

The best full detailed day-by-day itinenary for the 9 days Kilimanjaro climbing via Lemosho route:

Day 1: Commencing our journey from Moshi, we traverse to Londrossi gate and onwards to Big tree (Mti Mkubwa) camp.

On Day 2, our path leads from Big Tree (Mti Mkubwa) camp to the elevated terrain of Shira One camp.

Transitioning on Day 3, we venture from Shira One camp to the equally picturesque Shira Two camp.

By Day 4, our expedition takes us from Shira Two camp to the Moir Hut Camp, where we find respite amidst stunning vistas.

As Day 5 unfolds, we trek from Moir Hut Camp, passing by the Lava Tower, before reaching the Barranco camp.

Day 6 sees us journeying from Barranco camp to the tranquil surroundings of Karanga camp.

On Day 7, our trail leads us from Karanga camp to the high-altitude refuge of Barafu Camp.

Approaching the climax of our adventure on Day 8, we ascend from Barafu Camp to the summit before descending to Mweka camp.

Finally, Day 9 concludes our epic trek as we descend from Mweka camp to the Mweka gate and return to Moshi town.

Day 1: Moshi to Londrossi gate to Big tree (Mti Mkubwa) camp

Elevations: 2,250 meters to 2,780 meters Hiking time: 3-4 hours Hiking distance: km The adventure begins with a drive from Moshi to the Londorossi Gate, where the climbers complete the necessary registration formalities.

From there, the journey continues on a bumpy road to the starting point of the Lemosho route.

Hikers embark on a moderate trek through the lush rainforest, surrounded by diverse flora and fauna. The first day’s destination is the Big Tree Camp (Mti Mkubwa).

Day 2: Big Tree (Mti Mkubwa) camp to Shira One camp

Elevations: 2,780 meters to 3,500 meters

Hiking time: 5-6 hours

Hiking distance: 8 km After breakfast, the trek resumes towards the Shira One Camp.

The trail gradually gains altitude, leaving the rainforest behind and entering the heath and moorland zone.

Hikers will witness stunning views of the Shira Plateau along the way.

The distance covered on this day is approximately 8 kilometers, taking around 5 to 6 hours.

Day 3: Shira One camp to Shira Two camp

Elevations: 3,500 meters to 3,840 meters

Hiking time: 6-7 hours

Hiking distance: 10 km From Shira One Camp, the route proceeds to the Shira Two Camp.

This section involves hiking across the expansive Shira Plateau, showcasing vast open spaces and a unique alpine desert environment.

The distance covered is around 10 kilometers, and the trek can take approximately 6 to 7 hours.

Day 4: Shira Two camp to Moir Hut Camp

Elevations: 3,840 meters to 4,200 meters

Hiking time: 5-7 hours

Hiking distance: 14 km The next destination is the Moir Hut Camp (4,200 meters).

This day’s trek takes climbers through the increasingly challenging terrain of the Lemosho route. Ascending to higher altitudes, hikers experience a change in the landscape, with volcanic rocks and sparse vegetation.

The distance covered is approximately 14 kilometers, and the hike can take about 5 to 7 hours.

Day 5: Moir Hut Camp to Lava Tower to Barranco camp

Elevations: 4,200 meters to 3,950 meters

Hiking time: 6-7 hours

Hiking distance: 10 km On this day, hikers make their way from the Moir Hut Camp to the Barranco Camp via Lava Tower (4,600 meters).

The route includes a gradual ascent to the Lava Tower, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.

After a brief rest, the descent begins towards the Barranco Camp, known for its stunning location beneath the Barranco Wall for an overnight stay.

Day 6: Barranco camp to Karanga camp

Elevations: 3,950 meters to 4,035 meters

Hiking time: 4-5 hours

Hiking distance: 5 km The day starts with a challenging climb up the Barranco Wall, followed by a traverse across ridges and valleys.

Hikers witness dramatic landscapes and enjoy stunning vistas throughout the trek.

The distance covered is approximately 5 kilometers, and the hike can take around 4 to 5 hours before reaching the Karanga camp where you will settle for the night.

Day 7: Karanga camp to Barafu Camp

Elevations: 4,035 meters to 4,640 meters

Hiking time: 3-4 hours

Hiking distance: 4 km From the Karanga Camp, climbers make their way to the Barafu Camp with a gradual ascent of the trail, leading to the alpine desert region.

Barafu Camp serves as a base for the summit attempt, and climbers rest and prepare for the challenging night ahead covering a distance of approximately 4 kilometers, and the trek can take around 3 to 4 hours.

Day 8: Barafu Camp to summit to Mweka camp

Elevations: 4,640 meters to 5,895 meters to 3,100 meters

Hiking time: 6-8 hours ascent, 5-7 hours descent

Hiking distance: 15 km This is the most critical and rewarding day of the expedition.

Starting from Barafu Camp, hikers undertake a midnight summit attempt to Uhuru Peak (5,895 meters), the highest point in Africa.

The ascent is steep and demanding, and climbers rely on their determination and the support of experienced guides.

Witnessing the sunrise from the summit is an unforgettable moment. After celebrating their achievement, climbers descend to the Mweka Camp for a well-deserved rest.

Day 9: Mweka camp to Mweka gate to Moshi town

Elevations: 3,100 meters to 1,640 meters

Hiking time: 3-4 hours

Hiking distance: 10 km The final day of the trek involves descending from the Mweka Camp to the Mweka Gate.

Hikers make their way through the lush rainforest, enjoying the vibrant scenery and reflecting on their remarkable accomplishment.

Upon reaching the Mweka Gate, climbers receive their summit certificates before transferring back to your hotel in Moshi town.


9 Days Lemosho Route Kilimanjaro Climbing Itinerary With Affordable Price
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