Now, imagine going up the mountain on crutches. Sounds IMPOSSIBLE? Well, we can beat that.

His name is Kasandas Bill in our circles we call him madmax! (Bill is a madman i kid you not! Who else dares go up the mountain on crutches if not a mad man?) We’ll we doing this for a good course. Pushing limits RAISING AWARENESS on matters DEPRESSION and MENTAL FITNESS and fundraising for a 14 year old, Edwin Gachwe, who has Idiopathic scoliosis and requires posteriors fusion at a tune of Kes 1,000,000.

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On the other hand, We are losing to many young resourceful Kenyans to this beast we call depression that by and large leads to suicide, we dont tackle it now, it will sweep out an entire generation.

If you can climb a mountain, you can do anything. while not technically true, the mantra will always be alive. Reaching the top of a mountain (any mountain)is an emotional accomplishment and it is motivating. it reminds you you can accomplish important things in life .

Come lets climb Mt.Longonot, You’ll love it!

For only Ksh 2500 :
1.Transport to and from NAIROBI CBD.
2. Ugali and Nyama Choma
3. Epic Photography to preserve those memories.
4. Park Entrance fee.
5. Bottle of Water.
6. A fruit.
7. And most of all Memories of a lifetime

For all your enquiries contact:
0757628532 or see press and poster

Mount Longonot a dormant volcanic mountain located southeast of Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. It is thought to have last erupted in the 1860s. Its name is derived from the Maasai word Oloonong’ot, meaning “mountains of many spurs” or “steep ridges”. A 3.1 km trail runs from the park entrance up to the crater rim, and continues in a 7.2 km loop encircling the crater. The whole tour (gate-around the rim-gate) of 13.5 km takes about 4–5 hours allowing for necessary rest breaks – parts of the trail are heavily eroded and very steep ?. The gate elevation is around 2150 M and the peak at 2780 M.

This is going to be and exciting experience since there are ups and downs as we go up as well as on our way out.


See press and Poster for details


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