Success Rate

The normal summit success rate over all climbers and routes is 65%. Nonetheless, summit success rate intensely relies on what route is climbed as routes differ significantly as far as acclimatization profile and span of climb. Below is the success rate of the routes:

Machame Route:

Machame Route begins from the south-west side of Kilimanjaro and completions at Mweka. This is one of the famous routes with 20,339 people climbing for every year. Despite the fact that the trek’s trouble level is viewed as high still the route has a high success rate. It has around 85% of success rate.

Marangu Route:

Marangu Route likewise begins from the south-west side of Kilimanjaro like the Machame and completions at Marangu. This is one of the most established, created and well known routes with 12,289 people climbing for each year. One of the primary explanations behind the fame of this route is that it is the main route on Kilimanjaro that has settlement. Despite the fact that the trek’s trouble level is viewed as medium still the route has a moderate success rate with around 80% of success rate.

Lemosho Route:

Lemosho Route, a standout amongst the most panoramic detour on Kilimanjaro. Nonetheless, it has one of the less taken ways to the pinnacle. It has one of the most noteworthy success rates with 90% success rate. It rises from the west side of Kilimanjaro and completions at Mweka. Quite, just 9927 people climb this route every year.

Shira Route:

Shira route is in a general sense equivalent to the Lemosho route, and the success rate of accomplishing the summit is comparably high. As Shira route starts at significantly higher point, it is uncommonly proposed that simply experienced hikers or those with the ability to quickly adapt tail it.

Rongai Route:

Rongai Route is a standout amongst the most confined ways to Kilimanjaro. It is the main route which starts in the north-eastern side of the mountain. Just a couple of climbers pick this route to trek. It has a moderate success rate with 80%.