The Project C:CHANGE charity climb team successfully reached to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro,at 19,340 ft above sea level, on 18th Feb, 2010.
The team started the 8-hour summit climb at midnight on the 18th Feb from Barafu Base Camp in total darkness.
By the time they reached Stella Point at 6.30am, the weather had severely deteriorated and the team was caught in a snow-storm. Visibility was cut down to 15 feet and the temperature dropped to minus 14 degrees Celsius.
Despite a few minor injuries and some of the team members experiencing mild altitude sickness, all 6 members reached the summit. It was an incredible effort from everyone!
Project C:CHANGE would like to thank everyone for their support, including our sponsors for their participation in this charity climb.
Please carry on supporting us by donating to WWF Hong Kong or Oxfam Hong Kong. We have until March 31st to collect all our pledges.
We will be posting a trip diary and more photos on this website in the next few days.
Thanks again for your support!
The Project C:CHANGE team