Will Mount Kilimanjaro Erupt Again?

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Will Mount Kilimanjaro Erupt Again?

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  1. The last major eruption from Kibo was 360,000 years ago. But its most recent activity was 200,000 years ago. The high point on the mountain is at 19,340 feet above sea level. However, scientists believe that the peak may have been even higher than when taking the effect of natural erosion caused by the elements.
    Someday, Mount Kilimanjaro could erupt again or perhaps collapse under its own weight. However, scientists haven’t seen any signs that there will be any volcanic fireworks from the mountain in the foreseeable future.
    Thus, if summiting Kilimanjaro is on your bucket list, you have nothing to fear. You may sniff a hint of sulfur in the air near the top, but otherwise, the mountain is still sleeping soundly. And you should try your best to do the same.

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