Stunning Mountains To Climb

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If you like mountain climbing- then we're sure you’ve heard of these intense treks. The stunning summits of these mountains goes between picturesque, forested grounds to rugged, icy terrain, and everything in between. From the famous Mount Fuji to the historical Mont Blanc, if you haven’t already, add these adventurous destinations to your climbing bucket list- you won’t be disappointed.

Yala Peak, Triglav, Himalayas, Kirkjufell, Huayna Picchu, Mont Blanc, Mount Kosciuszko, Mount Fuji

  • Yala Peak, Nepal

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      Yala Mountain is a rugged mountain dusted with snow and full of adventure. Located in Nepal, this towering mountain stands tall at about 5,520 m. This spectacular trekking summit has attracted brave adventurers from around the world to immerse themselves in the picturesque and chilly elevation, surrounded by life-changing scenery from all angles.

  • Triglav, Slovenia

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      Triglav is the highest mountain in Slovenia at about 2,863.65 meters tall. The snow-covered mountain and the surrounding sprawling national park make this destination a must for any explorers out there seeking a new adventure. Whether you decide to climb up the rugged mountain and witness some of the most breathtaking views in the world or explore the picturesque scenery of the surrounding park area- this destination will deliver.

  • Himalayas

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      Climbing peaks in the Himalayas proves to be one of the most rewarding mountain climbing experiences. The frosted mountains have long been a symbol of adventure and discovery. A real bucket list item for any adventurer, the Himalayas will always be considered an intense achievement, shrouded in natural beauty and adrenaline.

  • Kirkjufell, Iceland

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      Kirkjufell is the most photographed mountain in Iceland- and for good reason! The 463 m tall mountain towers amongst its ethereal landscape, and in the winter creates negative space against the picturesque dances of northern lights. Climbing this mountain is not an easy feat, but the life-changing scenery and effervescent views of mossy greens and endless sprawling land are once-in-a-lifetime.

  • Huayna Picchu in Cusco, Peru

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      Offering some of the most gorgeous views of Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu is a rugged mountain that towers behind the historic sight. Any intense hikers already have this dizzying destination on the top of their list, a famously adventurous journey that features awe-inspiring imagery at every turn, and temple remnants of civilization's past.

  • Mont Blanc

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      What has inspired the name of pastries and luxury brands- Europe’s Mont Blanc is an exciting and challenging summit that features some of the most dynamic scenery. Considered by many as the birthplace of modern mountaineering, Mont Blanc has a deep history along with stunning views- a true bucket list item.

  • Mount Kosciuszko in Kosciuszko National Park, Australia

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      Mount Kosciuszko in Australia has an expansive summit surrounded by rich greenery and scenic views. Climbing Mount Kosciuszko is surprisingly simple for the daunting task. Travel up this breathtaking mountain for stunning views of the surrounding national park, cool fresh air, and the chance to explore the rugged peaks.

  • Mount Fuji, Japan

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      If you are traveling to Tokyo- you won’t miss Mount Fuji, the distinctive mountain is visible in the distance from the capital city. What has inspired art through centuries is also a popular hiking spot. Being the tallest peak in the country, Mt. Fuji isn’t a walk in the park, but it is achievable and presents a stunning journey along the way.