Climb a Mountain

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iamsambob iamsambob

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Having to train for the EBC trek meant I ended up climbing a few! It's now a hobby of mine.

Enza Enza

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Climbed one mountain (Mt. Manabu, Batangas), hope to do it again in the future! :)

Pudding Pudding

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Climbed Mt Snowdon.


Sophinx Sophinx

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Patagonian Andes 45 day Mega! Beyond words incredible.


itsx3kelsey itsx3kelsey

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I climbed Mount Monadnock in NH with my boyfriend and two of his friends. I have asthma and wasn't doing to good at first. Once I found the right pace for me to go up the mountain, I made it all the way to the summit.


XiaoWu XiaoWu

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Climbed Mount Taishan in China July 2011

ignas.tarabilda ignas.tarabilda

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 I've climbed a mountain in Slovakia named Lomnický štít

sanchit.khera sanchit.khera

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Conquered the highest peak in Japan, Mount Fuji at 3776 m and witnessed the most amazing sunrise :)


martin.g.schmid martin.g.schmid

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July 2015, Dachstein, ~3000m

Sheelee Sheelee

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Sioux Mountain - Sioux Lookout, ON Canada. It still counts haha! [email protected]

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On 12/23/2014 I climbed to the top of Pratt's Rock. It was raining slightly, and very cold. The paths had been washed out by Hurricane Sandy, but I made it to the top. The camera was just charged enough to get this picture.

Jofflin Jofflin

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Completed: 4/24/13

Lindsay (a childhood friend) and I climbed the Smoky Mountains to travel up to a waterfall in Tennessee.  4/24/13 We hiked up to Rainbow Falls and had lunch under it.

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Daria.s Daria.s

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The highest mountains I have climbed are:

  • Kasprowy Wierch, Tatra Mountains, border between Poland and Slovak Republic - 1987 meters (twice)
  • Giewont, Tatra Mountains, Poland - 1894 metres
  • Śnieżka, Giant Mountains, border between Poland and Czech Republic - 1602 meters


Savannahjholmes Savannahjholmes

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I climbed mt kilimanjaro in summer 2011 i wanted to test myself and climb into extreme altitude. The feeling didn't sink in for a while. I spent my summer in Tanzania, I helped orphans, walked and planted trees. The trip was a real experience and the mountain was a real high point, to be proud of.

laura.samvelyan laura.samvelyan

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Climbed mount Azhdahak (3850) in Armenia. 

EliJan EliJan

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On my exchange in Iceland I heard that one of the other students was going to climb a mountain. At first it sounded crazy. I'd never even thought about doing such a thing myself. 

But after a while I thought why not. So when a couple of students said they were going to climb it, I joined. Ten other students and I, in various physical shapes, took the bus to the foot of Esja; a mountain close to Reykjavik. 

The climb was long and hard. The weather didn't make it any easier. The clouds were hanging low and were so thick that you couldn't see far. Which was a bit of a setback when we finally reached the top, because we couldn't enjoy the view we worked so hard for. So after a quick lunch we descended and when we got to about halfway down we reached the bottom of the clouds. And the city started to appear under the thick mist. It was a beautiful view.

The way down we all had a blast. After the hard walk up we had barely any strength so we all fell many times in the snow. Which was hilarious.  


Tinkerbell1308 Tinkerbell1308

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SeanMcIntee SeanMcIntee

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Just under 3000m above sea level!

juderichjr juderichjr

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 Maybe some day we will climb a higher one, but Bear mountain counts for now!

tara_says_hi tara_says_hi

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 A lot easier than I imagined. Though it got dark and misty when reaching high altitude as we started the climb a bit late in the day. Still managed to get to the top and then two days later climbed another one in the Lake District. I want to climb a more ambitious mountain next.

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