Where: The Adventure Hub & Winery, 2960 4th Ave. South, Seattle WA 98134
Arduous but accessible, technical skills aren't required for a Mt. Kilimanjaro climb, making it the most attempted ascent of all the Seven Summits of the world. So, what exactly does it take to successfully trek to the 19,341' summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, The Roof of Africa? Proper preparation, ample time to acclimate, selecting the right route and most of all, the expert guidance and encouragement of a team of seasoned climbing guides and porters. What will you gain from such a trek? A deep sense of accomplishment and unforgettable panoramas of the surrounding Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park.
Join our travel experts at the next Escape Your Everyday as they share stories from their own successful climbs and discuss various considerations in preparing for your own trekking adventure. We'll cover:
- Outfitting recommendations from Arc'teryxadventurers
- Selecting the best time of year to climb
- Training for a high altitude trip while here in Washington
- Maintaining health and well-being while traveling on a physically demanding adventure
- Pre- and post-climb safari options
A complimentary tasting ofElsom Cellarsaward-winning wines will be served plus event attendees will be able to join a raffle for artful Arc'teryxgear to outfit you for your trek!
Meet the Experts | Julian Camm and Tad Bradley
Julian Camm, an East Africa safari industry veteran, heads the operations from Arusha at Albatros Travel. Juliann was born in Ghana, West Africa and moved to Tanzania in February 1999 to work for one of the larger safari companies in Tanzania. Then, he joined Albatros Travel as the East Africa General Manager and has enjoyed the personalized service that they give to each client that travels with them.
Tad Bradley is the Director of Business Development for Kusini Collection, bringing marketing prowess, destination knowledge, and passion for adventure travel to his role. He lived and worked in Guatemala as a guide and marketing consultant for several local adventure operators. He also designed and led student travel programs to Guatemala for Crooked Trails, a Seattle-based non-profit travel company. A lifelong adventurer, Tad has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, dived the Great Barrier Reef and ridden the rails of the trans-Siberian railroad.
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