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Climbing Mt Meru

Views: 404 Visited: Aug 2013 Reviewed: May 11, 2014

The cliff between the summit and ash cone is 2100 m AMSL in height and is one of the tallest cliffs in the world. The lower, inhabited slopes and vegetation rise gently to 2200 m AMSL and then sharply to the summit of Meru, giving an overall rise of thirty degrees compared with only eight degree on mt Kilimanjaro.
The heather on Mount Meru begins at 3300m AMSL. This bush land zone and tropical forest part which form thickets four metres in height. It requires 4 days to conquer Mt. Meru summit.

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