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Kilimanjaro Weather Report | 2019-09-09 | Sept - 09 Day Weather Forecast, Tusker Trail Adventures




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Published on Sep 8, 2019

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September 09, 2019 | Kilimanjaro 10 Day Weather Forecast

Visibility is about 7 miles.
Sunrise is at 6:33 a.m. with your Sunset at: 6:35 p.m.
There will be an average of 12 hours and 43 minutes of visible daylight

2,800’ to 5,000’ Elevation - Starting your Trek from Moshi:

Daytime temps in the mid to high 80s, Nighttime temps in the low 60s
Heaviest rain will fall on Tues
Wind will be light

5,000’ to 10,000’ Elevation 10 day Weather:

Daytime and Night temps will average in the mid 40s.
Heaviest rain will fall on Mon and Wed
Wind will be light

10,000’ to 15,000’ Elevation 10 day Weather:

Daytime temps just above freezing, below freezing at Night
Dustings of new snow Monday
Wind will be light

15,000’ to 19,341’ Summit Elevation - 10 day Weather:

Daytime temps in the low 20s with a Night time in the single digits
Strong chance of snow Thur and Saturday
Wind will be light

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You either can climb the classic routes, or the routes less traveled, which is our preference, as you envelope yourself in the uncrowded beauty that defines Kilimanjaro as one of the most spectacular habitats on earth.

Below you can learn how Tusker has earned its reputation as the most respected company on Kilimanjaro.
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Over four decades Eddie Frank, Tusker Trail’s founding guide, has worked closely with high altitude doctors to establish a definitive medical training course for its skilled team of experienced guides. In the process, founding guide Eddie Frank has established safety procedures that are now the standard that all the leading companies use.

Every year Tusker guides participate in an extensive high altitude medical course, designed by Eddie Frank with high altitude doctors specifically for Kilimanjaro. Tusker guides are trained as HIGH ALTITUDE FIRST RESPONDERS, fully prepared for the emergencies that commonly occur at high altitude Kilimanjaro.

Tusker's Physician Advisor is Dr. Greg Bledsoe, one of the top Wilderness Medicine specialists in North America. He spent five years on faculty in the Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine and was an instructor and medical consultant for the United States Secret Service.

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