The Hills & Mountains To Conquer Within The US

Mount Shasta, California

Mount Shasta is a prominent landmark of Northern California. It has an elevation of 4322 meters above sea level, which is why it was ranked as the second-highest peak in the Cascades and fifth in the state of California. If you are a beginner, you may opt to take the easy hiking paths and loops. In fact, you really don’t have to get to the top to see the stunning views.

Maroon Bells, Colorado

The Maroon Bells in Colorado are popular peaks in North America. Shaped like bells, and wine-colored peaks sitting about 14000 feet above the pristine Maroon Creek Valley, this destination offers the most stunning natural views. If you intend to visit the Maroon Bells, you’d definitely get captivated by the changing looks of the Aspen trees.

Mount Hood, Oregon

This one here is probably the most popular mountain in the western hemisphere. It is the second most climbed mountain in the whole world, too. The snow-covered mountaintop is a glorious view that you will never forget. With that said, you should include climbing this mountain on your bucket list.

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