Reviews of Kilimanjaro

The reviews below refer to "Kilimanjaro" published by Rucksack Readers. To find out more about this book, click on its cover or Look inside its pages or visit its Gallery.

From a review in "Irish Mountain Log"

This pocket guide is definitely worth the precious space in your rucksack. Colourful, concise and comprehensive, it provides invaluable information vital for a successful ascent of the highest peak in Africa.

Aileen Moloney's review in IML no 93, Spring 2010 p54

From a review in "Scottish Mountaineer"

Very relevant and up to date. The lack of waffle and the concentration on the core issues ... of high altitude trekking and climbing, a breakdown of the various routes, along with handy sections such as some basic Swahili phrases, information on the pre-Kili ascent of Mount Meru makes the book come across as being informed and well planned.

Pete Hill''s review in SM Nov 2009 page 94

Printed book £9.99


At 5895 m (19,340 ft) Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain on earth. The author has summited by all the main trekking routes, and compares them in… more about Kilimanjaro »