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Post #136: Summit Day

June 26 is summit day for the Team.  Weatherwise, they'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine with some fog possible as well.  It'll be an early start and long, hard day to the summit, Uhuru Peak, then back down to Millineum Camp for the night.  
The Summit is 19,340ft and the team will hike in between various glaciers including the Kibo Crater.  Yes, Kili is a volcano.
On June 27 they'll descend to Park Gate A and to the hotel for the night.

1 Comment to Post #136: Summit Day:

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Robert on Saturday, July 05, 2014 9:12 AM
Great photo!!! Congratulations
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