24 Hauntingly Beautiful Photos Of Mountains That Will Give You Wanderlust.
#6. Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee and North Carolina, USA
In the springtime, hikers are privy to hiking trails that are virtually empty, except for wildflowers that make a perfect background for a photo. It's also known for its diverse wildlife, such as coyotes, black bears, and ground hogs. You can't miss Grotto, the popular waterfalls that cascade into the rivers of the park.
#7. Everest, Himalayas, Nepal
Aside from being able to explore the mountains, you also get to explore the Nepalese culture, like the Nepalese Sherpa, an ethnic group who have genetically adapted to high altitude and can jump their way up and down mountains using ropes and ladders all throughout Mt. Everest.
#8. Trolltunga, Odda, Norway
The little town of Odda not only offers the famous double waterfall found next to the road, but you also get to go hiking on the Trolltunga Mountain. Lay on a cliff overlooking the mountain peaks and the lake below. But brace yourself for a strenuous 22-kilometer hike across the wilderness landscape.
#9. Mount Snowdon And Garnedd Ugain, Snowdonia, Wales
At an elevation of 3,560 feet, Snowdon is one of the highest points in Wales, and is one of the busiest mountains, because of the tourists and the Snowdon Ranger Youth Hostel. Garneed Ugain is part of Snowdon and is the second highest peak, so bring your climbing gear and prepare to mountaineer.
#10. Ama Dablam, Himalayas, Nepal
It's considered the most popular climbing mountain in the Himalaya's South West Ridge in with exposed rock ridges, dotting towers, and ice fields. Despite the sustained climb, which makes the level of difficulty and risk, moderate, three camps have been set up to give weary hikers a place to rest.
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