Have you ever tangled between the two choices of climbing the two giant peaks with unique attributes? Let me try to explain the two in different perspectives.   Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is the most noteworthy freestanding mountain on the planet at 19, 341 ft above ocean level while mount Everest is the most noteworthy mountain on the planet in terms of general heights at 29,017 ft above ocean level however it is parts of the Himalayan range in Nepal. The two mountains are parts of world Seven (7) Summits Challenge as described in the table below.

Table showing world Seven (7) Summits Challenge:

Peak Elevation Country Continent Range First ascent
1.     Mount Everest 8,848 m (29,029 ft) Nepal / China Asia Himalaya Range 1953
2.     Aconcagua 6,961 m (22,838 ft) Argentina South America Andes Range 1897
3.     Denali 6,194 m (20,322 ft) United States North America Alaska Range 1913
4.     Kilimanjaro 5,895 m (19,341 ft) Tanzania Africa 1889
5.     Mount Elbrus 5,642 m (18,510 ft) Russia Europe Caucasus Mountains Range 1874
6.     Mount Vinson 4,892 m (16,050 ft) Antarctica Sentinel Range 1966
7.     Puncak Jaya 4,884 m (16,024 ft) Indonesia Australasia (continent) Sudirman Range 1962

Image showing 7 Summits Challenge:

Seven (7) Summits Chalenge Image Despite the fact that there is by all accounts a specific credit in climbing Mount Everest, Kilimanjaro surely ends up as the winner these days and here are the reasons Everest is clearly a major draw for such a variety of mountain climbers just essentially in light of its sheer difficult face however Mount Kilimanjaro has been thought little of by a large number of climbers and as a result, many have lost their lives in attempting to summit. All mountains are excellent and sublime in their own specific manner, yet unfortunately because of corporate greed, the raising number of trekkers and climbers, and poisons Everest is presently experiencing conveying the overwhelming weight of such a variety of bodies on its back.

What is the different between Mt. Everest and Mt. Kilimanjaro?

Climbing Kilimanjaro takes less time than climbing Everest however the last rising up Kilimanjaro is significantly more troublesome and requires an incredible level of continuance with an accomplished guide. There are two primary routes to the summit of Everest, one by means of Nepal and one by means of China. There are seven routes accessible to climb Kilimanjaro and as it’s situated in East Africa there is additional option of adding an African safari to your outing. Kilimanjaro have the world longest distance to walk on foot compared to the other peaks The main difference between Kilimanjaro and Everest is that Kilimanjaro is less crowded and less dirtied. Everest is a really stunning Goliath of a mountain yet it is presently time for Kilimanjaro to transcend and demonstrate the world what it’s made of. In case you’re keen on encountering all that a Kilimanjaro trek can offer to you then please select one of our mountain climbing programs for booking.

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