Hoping to inspire disabled children to aim high, three men with physical disabilities take on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. At a towering 5,895 meters above sea level, the Tanzanian peak is the highest mountain in Africa. Aleksandr D’Jamoos-Shulchev, Ivan Gorbatenko and Aleksandr Pokhilko are determined to conquer Kilimanjaro and prove to themselves (and the rest of the world) that nowhere is off limits to them. Together with their team of hikers, they set out on this exhausting five-day journey to raise funds to treat children with physical disabilities in Russia. They also hope that their example will inspire disabled children to follow their dreams and to always believe in themselves.