20 Amazing Hikes Around The Globe

16. Tanzania – Mount Kilimanjaro

There are seven different routes to climb the highest mountain in Africa. It’ll take you about six to eight days to reach the summit, which is 5,895 meters high!

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17. India – Kuari Pass

Located in the north of the country, this trek is perfect for beginners willing to marvel at Mount Nanda Devi. Though not physically demanding, it can be quite cold in the evenings.

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Michal Knitl / Shutterstock.com

18. Japan – Mount Fuji

If you’re going to travel all the way to the land of rising sun, why not climb their cherished mountain? Pick one of the four routes and see Japan from 3,776 meters high.

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