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Watch the video from the 2009 MS Climb to Kili. 

Sample schedule from previous trips:

 

Day 1 Depart Canada. Depart today for your overnight transatlantic flight.
Day 2 Arrive in Arusha. Jambo to Tanzania!! Upon arrival in Kilimanjaro airport, proceed directly to your hotel in Arusha. Settle in
and have a welcome dinner with the team!
Day 3 Arusha. Rest day to acclimatize and prepare for the trip.
Day 4 Simba Camp. Our adventure begins! Off to Nale Moru. After lunch our hike begins.
Day 5 Kikelelwa Camp. After breakfast we hed to Kikelelwa Camp – 3450 m.
Day 6 Mawenzi Tarn Camp. Off to Mawenzi Tarn and an afternoon of acclimatizing to 4500 m.
Day 7 Mawenzi Tarn Camp. Today is an acclimatization day – short walks around our campsite.
Day 8 Kibo Camp. Today we cross the lunar desert between Mawenzi and Kibo – 4700 m.
Early dinner and a good sleep for summit attempt at midnight.
Day 9 Horombo Camp. Dawn summit, then back down past Kibo to Horombo camp.
Day 10 Arusha. Back down to the National Park Gate at Marangu and back to Arusha.
Day 11 Arusha. A well deserved day of relaxing, as well as an afternoon visit to Ilkurot Primary School.
Day 12 Lake Manyara. After breakfast we head to Lake Manyara. Can you spot the “Big 5”?
Day 13 Simba Campsite. Off to Ngorongoro Crater. Marvel at this UNESCP World Heritage Site.
Day 14 Bush Campsite. Last stop is Lake Eyasi, home to the Hadzabe Bushmen. Live and learn from these hunters and gatherers.
Day 15 Arusha. Early morning hunting with Hadzabe Bushmen and then back to Arusha for our final dinner!
Day 16 Departure. We day goodbye to Africa and head home to Toronto. 

MS Climb Vision and Mission Statement: The Mission of MS Climb is to elevate the support of MS research, and individuals and families living with MS, by introducing a new level of fundraising through participation in a once in a lifetime adventure opportunity.

The Vision of the MS Climb is to lead the way towards a new horizon for how Multiple Sclerosis is perceived in society, by forging a new vision of what it means to have MS. The MS Climb introduces the MS Champion, those who are champions in their own lives and for others in the face of MS.  

My goal - the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. Oct 2012. 

 
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