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Due to the risks involved in taking this route to ascend the peak, the 11-day Western Breach route itinerary is seldom ever undertaken. It approaches Uhuru Peak from the west and offers a different route to the summit. In roughly 1.25 miles (2 kilometers), the challenging Western Breach rises 2,800 feet (850 meters), requiring significant scrambling.
The Marangu route, which is the mountain’s oldest and most popular path, is used in the five-day Marangu route itinerary. This path, also referred to as the Coca-Cola route, is popular among climbers because statistics indicate that at least 40% of Mount Kilimanjaro climbers choose it.
For mountain climbers with prior climbing expertise and the capacity to acclimate more quickly, the 6-day Machame route is advised because it does not include the extra day for acclimatization. The most popular way to climb Mount Kilimanjaro is probably the Machame route, also referred to as the “Whiskey” path.
This 6-day route uses the Rongai Route to get you to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. Treks up the Rongai Route, which is known for being more attractive than the Marangu Route, easier than the Machame Route, and with a higher success rate, are available from Tranquil Kilimanjaro.
You get an extra day to acclimatize on Mount Kilimanjaro if you choose the 8-day Lemosho route plan. The Londorossi gate serves as the starting point for this 8-day Mount Kilimanjaro package for hiking the mountain through the Lemosho Route. The Mweka Route is used for the descent.