Kilimanjaro: Tucker & Team at Karanga Camp

Posted by: | July 29, 2011
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Kilimanjaro
Elevation: 13,000'

Hello from the Karanga Camp at about 13,000 feet. We had a great climb to get here. Right out of camp this morning is the famous Barranco Wall.  We left camp at 9 a.m., which put us in a good spot to avoid some traffic on the steep part of the climb. In a few places you use hands and footholds with some exposure below. While climbing carefully and taking advantage of many photo opportunities along the way, the team got back to more level terrain. For the next couple of hours we enjoyed views of the upper mountain and interesting terrain under foot. We arrived here at 1 p.m. and were greeted to a hot lunch of noodles and sauce.  Not a scrap was left on any plate after a great day on the trail. Some cloud cover now but no rain.

We are getting busy with preparing food and gear for the move to high camp tomorrow.

RMI Guide Mark Tucker

An RMI team climbing on the Barranco Wall

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GO BRO!  Your Razorback crew is praying for a safe and spectacular climb for Uncle John and the team.

Posted by: Jane on 7/29/2011 at 7:06 pm

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