Climbers defy experts to reach Kilimanjaro summit wearing just shorts

Hardy: The scantily clad climbers during the long trek to the top
 A group of climbers have scaled Africa's highest mountain - wearing just their shorts.

Dutch daredevil Wim Hof, known as the 'iceman', led a group of 26 people to the summit of the world's highest free standing mountain - Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

In just 48 hours the group climbed all 5,895m (19, 340ft) without succumbing to hypothermia or altitude sickness - an achievement considered impossible by experts. Clearly, they were in peak condition.

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Wim Hof (right) led a group of climbers to the peak of Mount Kilimajaro in Tanzania - wearing just their shorts