Next week, 29 climbers will set out for the “Roof of Africa” as part of the Wings of Kilimanjaro initiative. The team, which is being led by my friends over at Tusker Trail, will attempt to trek to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest peak in Africa, where they will then paraglide off the mountain. But the group isn’t there just to have an amazing adventure. They’ll also be raising funds to support a number of projects that are improving the lives of people living in Tanzania. Those projects include installing pumps to deliver clean water, teaching local farmers to grow crops in a sustainable fashion, and improving the education of the children that live there. In the video below, you’ll learn a bit more about the program, but you’ll also see some amazing shots of their previous climbs up Kili, and the epic flights they’ve taken from the summit. It looks like a great way to see an already impressive mountain, and its all for a good cause.
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