GUINNESS MOUNT CAMEROON RACE OF HOPE

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Guinness Mount Cameroon Race of Hope

The sleepy town of Buea in the Southwest Region of cameroon host Africa’s most grueling footace: The Guinness Mount Cameroon race of Hope, a marathon-length spirit 10,000 feet up a live volcano, and back down again.
To conquer the mountain, racers must overcome some of the cruelest conditions in sport: temperatures fluctuate 50 degrees, altitude sickness claims the weak, and loose volcanic stones can cause serious injury, and even death, as runners fly back down the mountain.
The 14th of February is going to mark the second Mt Cameroon race of Hope in the hands of Guinness.
As a reminder,
The 20th edition of the Guinness Mt Cameroon Race of Hope have been scheduled for February 14,  2015. The information was made public in a joint press conference by the president of the Cameroon athlete federation,  Emmanuel Motomby Mbome and the General manager of Guinness Cameroun, Baker Magunda.
Visitors who are coming for the race may want to take a hike to the Mountain immediately after the race when the tracks are still open and clear for any interested persons. You may book your tour to hike the mountain following this link http://lcmtours.com/Special-Tours-In-Cameroon/Mountains%20/HikingMtCameroon
You might not be strong enough to make a hike but will like to relax at the beautiful cities of Cameroon such as Limbe where you will see a wide range of attractions around. walking on brown sand along the shores of the sea.  The beaches are too many and a calm place for you to relax with loved ones accompanied by snacks. Follow this link and book your tour. http://lcmtours.com/Limbe?search=limbe
LCM Tous is a web platform providing  the connection between adventure-seeking travelers and personable guides who are passionate about both their country and travel. Let local Cameroonian tour guides take you around their country, showing you their favorite spots.

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