Kilimanjaro Climb For Heart Disease and Diabetes 2013

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The Kilimanjaro Climb for Heart & Diabetes Research 2013 promises the experience of a lifetime: a chance to undertake one of the world’s most challenging treks and stand atop the highest peak in Africa, almost six kilometres above sea level.

It’s also an opportunity to help save lives, by supporting the urgent work of Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute on treatments for heart disease and diabetes and its complications, like kidney disease.

Highlights 

  • Spend seven days trekking on the highest mountain in Africa – crossing ice fields, taking in volcanic views, camping beside remote lakes and sharing it all with a bunch of new friends
  • Stand on the summit of Kilimanjaro, 5,895 metres above sea level, watching the sun rise and shine on the plains of East Africa far below
  • Have a life-changing experience and help improve the lives of people affected by heart disease and diabetes.

Register today

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Support team Meikle

Baker IDI's very own Peter Meikle and his son Lachlan are helping to raise greatly needed funds for medical research by getting involved in the Mt Kilimanjaro Climb.

Show them your support.  Make a Donation Now

Read more about Team Meikle here

Corporate Supporters of our Trekkers

We want to sincerely thank and acknowledge all our corporate friends who are supporting our trekkers.