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Jelle Veyt

Veyt Summits Kilimanjaro

Date: September 28, 2021
Approximate GPS Location: (3.06°S, 37.35°E)

After warming up on Mount Meru, Jelle Veyt met up with a group of friends to tackle the fourth summit of his human-powered quest, Mount Kilimanjaro. To date he has climbed the highest peaks in Asia, Europe and Oceana and to this list he now adds Africa.

On September 20 the group topped out in fantastic weather. Two days later, they were off the mountain.

Veyt has yet to update his blog but posted a stunning video of the sun rising, filmed from Kilimanjaro’s slopes. Veyt will now fly back to Belgium and plan for the next summit. Will he have another crack at reaching Denali? Or will he head elsewhere?

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update history

Human-Powered Seven Summits

Veyt Stranded in the Congo as the World Closes Borders

March 23, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro

Corrupt Border Officers and Kamikaze Trucks; Veyt Cycles Through Nigeria

February 29, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro

Chaos in Lagos; Veyt Arrives Just in Time

February 16, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro
Human-powered Seven Summits

Cycling Through West Africa, Veyt Races Towards Nigeria

February 01, 2020 // Human-powered Seven Summits: Belgium to Kilimanjaro

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