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Kilimanjaro Lava Tower Camp

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Kilimanjaro - Lava Tower Camp late afternoon. Climbers on the Machame and Shira/Lemosho routes usually stop here for lunch and then descend to Barranco Camp. At this late hour they are all gone. We stay overnight after ascending via Umbwe Route.
Time: 28 AUG 2013 13:16 UTC
Position: S03d04m03.888s E037d19m39.412s Elev. 4646m (15243ft)
Camera: Canon EOS 550, handheld

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