Climb Kilimanjaro with Macon Dunnagan 2008

November 8, 2007 at 1:10 pm 1 comment

You can now join two very special Kilimanjaro climbs with Kilimanjaro specialist and book author Macon Dunnagan. Macon, 47, is author of the novel “Sons of Kilimanjaro”, a captivating tale of four men who climb Kilimanjaro, an endeavour which helps them to overcome their personal struggles. Without being moralising or preaching, in his book, Macon gives inspiration to those who want to learn about unusal experiences and life beyond the limited knowledge. He has climbed Kilimanjaro 9 times and is one of the few individuals who have ever climbed Kilimanjaro twice within one month.

As his wife Michelle battled ovarian cancer, it is Macon’s aim to raise awareness for this disease. From the August climb, 250 US$ of the fees paid by each fellow climber will be given to the American National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC).

Macon wants to share his mountain and life experiences with everyone and invites you to join him to the top of his favourite mountain. The dates for 2008 are 4th to 9th of February 2008, and the NOCC fundraising climb will be from 29th of August to 6th of September 2008. You can see the itinerary and book this climb here.

Macon Dunnagan Sons of Kilimanjaro


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  • 1. Paul Viers  |  December 29, 2007 at 4:07 am

    hey i know maon dunnagon he use to work with my mom at us airways i have one of his 200 books that were signed sweetz!


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