Mature man with backpack standing on mountain against sky during wonderful sunrise
Majestic Mountains You Need To See In Your Lifetime
By AALIYAH GIBSON
Standing at 14,350 feet, accessing Mount Khuiten requires crossing a vast, barren landscape and miles of snow, making it one of the most remote mountains in the world. Khuiten Peak is accessible and the climbing difficulty level is low, but the journey to the mountain's peak can take up to 16 hours.
Mount Khuiten (Mongolia)
Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro is over 19,300 feet tall, has three volcanic peaks, and can be viewed from as far as Kenya. The peak is icy and barren, but the low slopes are dominated by lush farmland, and items like coffee and bananas are offered for sale.
Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)
The Andes, the largest continental mountain range in the world, spans 5,500 miles and seven countries — Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. It also hosts a line of active volcanoes — including the world’s biggest and most active — as well as the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu.
The Andes (Peru)
On the Swiss-Italian border, the Alps' most recognizable mountain is the nearly 15,000-foot-high, pyramid-shaped Matterhorn. Climbing it isn’t for amateurs, but it has tons of other activities and a quirky museum that gives a detailed recount of the first travelerblogrs who ventured to the mountain's top.
Matterhorn (Switzerland)
Mount Makalu is the fifth-tallest mountain in the world, stretching over 27,000 feet high. A hike along the mountain's jagged, snowy landscape is for experienced climbers, and travelerblogrs will pass through sites like Makalu Barun, a beautiful national park with wildlife
and exotic shrubbery.
Mount Makalu (Himalayas)