The time has come! You finally decided to travel abroad and live an exciting and amazing adventure, well, have you consider to visit a mountain during your trip? Our planet is full of wonderful places, natural and stunning sceneries that are either physically challenging or simply mesmerizing in their beauty.
One of the most appreciated and majestic places that mother nature can offer are the mountains and there are many of them around the world waiting to be seen and enjoyed by us, we only have to go to meet them.
Making up your mind
Maybe a mountain is not the first choice to travel, that kind of trip may be expensive, but you can save money for it, get a picture of your dreamed destination and put it in a place where you can see it everyday, that will encourage you to do your best in order to reach your goal. It’s like changing your kitchen cabinet style, you will need to commit to the challenge but the benefits are huge.
As always, some research is needed so that you know exactly what safety measures you need to have a safe trip. You’re going to need basic information about the country in which the mountain is located, the currency, the laws, the health services available in that area, etc.
Which place will you visit?
Mountains can be dangerous, challenging and rough, an ideal destination for extreme adventure enthusiasts, they can be beautiful too, and when you visit them you will feel the magic that has inspired thousand of artists. So visit some of those mountains and fill your heart with the peace and joy that you can find just by being there.
Three of the most beautiful mountains around the world are:
The Sandrock Pillars of Zhangjiajie, in China, this mountains inspired the “Hallelujah Mountains” in Avatar movie, in fact, one of those Pillars were renamed as “Avatar Hallelujah Mountain” after the release of that film.
The Rainbow Mountains, in Peru and China, the Rainbow Mountains are amazing rock formations famous for their stripes in colors resembling a rainbow.
The Devil’s Tower located in United State is an stunning basalt monolith, which is a Natural Monument of United States of America that is located in Wyoming and was used in a Steven Spielberg’s film.