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Range Name(s): East African Plateau, Восточно-Африканское плоскогорье     Geology: Tectonic, Volcanic
Max. Elevation: 5 895 m / 19 341 ft     Snow Line: Please update
Region(s): Africa     Average Length: 869 miles / 1 400 km
Location: Tanzania: Zambia: Kenya: Uganda:     Average Width: Please update
Activity Type: Please update     Latitude/Longitude: Please update
Parent Range: Great African Rift Valley     Nearest Airport(s): Lusaka Internationalairport (LUN); Eldoret International Airport (EDL); Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi (NBO); Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO); Entebbe Airport (EBB);
National Park(s): Mt. Kilimanjaro national park; Mt. Kenya National Park; Arusha National Park; Meru National Park; Udzungwa Mountains National Park; Mahale Mountains National Park; Mikumi National Park;     Convenience Center(s): Please update

YOUR CHANCE TO Edit

The highest and most popular peaks of Africa are all located here: Mount Meru, Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro. Climbing on that peaks is part of many alpine programs, including the "7 Summits", "7 volcanoes" and so on.

DESCRIPTION Edit

The fracture of Great Rift Valley passes through the plateau, whereby it has a numerous types of landscape – valleys, plains, tablelands and depression. The present-known mountains and volcanoes - Mount Meru, Mount Kenya, Mount Kilimanjaro – all located in the northern part of plateau. In addition, here is the largest African Lake Victoria, and in the centre - Crater Highlands Ngorongoro caldera.

LOCATION Edit

Located in the south-east of the African mainland, in the eastern part of Central Africa.

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Africa, Tanzania: Arusha

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  • Kilimanjaro(5895 m)
  • Machame

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  • Kilimanjaro(5895 m)
  • Marangu Gate

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