Lots of photos from members of the expedition on Kilimanjaro 3-11 January 2018

 Thank you to the participants of the first our big team this year on Kilimanjaro! After return home they sent us a huge number of photos. Many of the photos  are similar to the ones we had, but there are  lots original. In ... read more

 Thank you to the participants of the first our big team this year on Kilimanjaro! After return home they sent us a huge number of photos. Many of the photos  are similar to the ones we had, but there are  lots original. In addition, what is unique – that is  the people, happy faces of the people. That is also the reward for us. We've posted the full set of photos on our website. And in this report we publish some of them - not in high resolution....

  

From Irina Loginova (563 photos!)

  

From Christoph Drzyzga (158 photos)

  

From Makar German (193 photos)

  

From Dmitry Germanov (98 photos)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of Vladimir Kotlyar spent a night at Nido de Condores. Photos

Everyone, good evening! This is Vladimir Kotlyar, Valeriy Myasoedov and the "How to catch a raccoon" group. Raccoon we have not yet caught one, but went up to Nido de Condores. It's height is about five and a half thousand metres above sea ... read more

Everyone, good evening! This is Vladimir Kotlyar, Valeriy Myasoedov and the "How to catch a raccoon" group. Raccoon we have not yet caught one, but went up to Nido de Condores. It's height is about five and a half thousand metres above sea level. Here we have a small encampment of three tents, our own, and we live for two people in each tent. Today we will have the first high-altitude overnight stay for acclimatization. Tomorrow we plan the descent back to the base camp. So far, we're doing the classic "climbing saw" acclimatization.

We already ate tight, ate lunch and dinner, very nice. Fed and happy we went to the tents. Outside we have frost and the sunset.  A very beautiful sunset. We say Hello to everyone at Home!

Bye!  Being In touch!