6 barefoot hikers summit Kili

Ross proved the doubters — including me — WRONG:

On Saturday, 29 January, at 12.45 South Africa time, our entire team of six barefoot climbers, … and four support crew (in shoes) reached Uhuru Peak, at 5,895m, the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro and the highest point in Africa. …

Barefoot Kilimanjaro: Mission Accomplished – The Video Diary


3 Replies to “6 barefoot hikers summit Kili”

  1. Quite something. I was on the same page as you Rick. Seemed to me there could be some lasting issues hiking and scrambling this way, but they did accomplish their goal.

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