The Hills & Mountains To Conquer Within The US

Mount Baker, Washington

Mount Baker, also known as Kulshan or Koma Kulshan, is another attraction in Washington. It is the third-highest in the state and the fifth-highest in the Cascade Range. It is also considered as one of the most photographed mountains in the whole world, not to mention that it has the best ski resorts. With an elevation of 3286 meters, it offers breathtaking views, no wonder why thousands of people are aiming to get to its top.

Grand Tetons, Wyoming

The Teton Range has an elevation of 4197 meters, and it has about 200 miles of trails throughout the surrounding national park. You wouldn’t believe how beautiful its peaks are. In fact, it is regarded as the most stunning in Northern America. It’s a classic spot for mountaineering and climbing.

Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina and Tennessee

If you are from North Carolina or Tennessee, then the Great Smoky Mountains are no stranger to you. They are actually a mountain range rising along the borders of the two states. This spot has an elevation of 2025 meters and it offers trails to every age and ability level. If you want to go on a multi-day hiking trip and just enjoy the place for a few days, you need to secure a permit and make reservations.

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