Ascending to New Heights, Scott Goldberg Reaches Kilimanjaro Summit

After six nights spent in small tents on a cold, windy, and rigorous upward trail in Tanzania, Partner Scott Goldberg reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro—Uhuru Peak—in early September. Weather during the climb included freezing temperatures, but with the reward of a clear skies and sunshine on Summit Day.

Standing tall as the world’s highest free-standing mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro includes three dormant volcanic cones with a summit altitude of 19,341 feet above sea level. Scott was a part of an 11-person group that made the trek before embarking on a safari through Africa’s exotic landscape.

Selman Breitman is thrilled to join Scott, his family, and his friends in celebrating this monumental accomplishment of skill, training, perseverance, and hard work, proving that reaching the top is attainable for those determined enough to make the climb.