There is something humbling about the Mountains. It is either their tall appearances or the initial intimidation when you look at the mountains. For some of you, Living in the Mountains may be a dream, for others climbing the mountains and reaching the summit is an achievement. Between, these two sets of people lie, a group of you, who feel a sense of calmness, peace, and relief in the mountains. So, if you love mountains, this is absolutely for you, Places that Mountain lovers must visit at least once in your lifetime.
“You are not in the mountains. The mountains are in you.”
Mountainous Places to visit for Mountain Lovers
TABLE LAND IN MAHARASHTRA
A table or tableland is a butte, flank of a mountain, or mountain, that has a flat top. Tableland is deemed to be the second-longest plateau of Asia. There are caves underneath which can be reached via stairs. Caves house little temple and restaurants. Views of mountains and dam from here are breathtaking. If you live nearby Maharashtra and are longing to see the Mountains but don’t want to go too far. Then, this beautiful place is for you.
KALSUBAI PEAK, MAHARASHTRA
Maharashtra is home to some of the greenest Sahyadri Range along the coast. Further, Kalsubai is the highest peak in Maharashtra. The topmost peak of Sahyadri mountain is also home to reptiles like lizards and snakes and the Kalsubai temple. You will love the lush green view once you visit this Mountain range in Maharashtra
DODDABETTA PEAK, TAMIL NADU
Soak up the views from the highest point of the Nilgiri mountain range at Doddabetta Peak in Ooty. Ooty is amongst the coldest places, especially when you are at the top. You feel that you are in between the cloud. The weather is very cold and clean. If you love Mountains, then this Coldy Mountain peak in South India must be on your list.
NANDA DEVI, UTTARAKHAND
Nanda Devi is the second-highest mountain in India after Kangchenjunga and the highest located entirely within the country.Further, Nanda Devi is a full expedition style climb. Gear appropriate to this type of climbing is necessary.
Chaukhamba. One of the chief mountain massifs in the Gangotri cluster of mountains in the Garhwal Himalayas is the magnificent Chaukhamba peak
“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.” “What are men to rocks and mountains?” “Those who travel to mountain-tops are half in love with themselves and half in love with oblivion.”
Visit the Mountains in Ladakh, that is serene and surreal, and fall in love with the Mountains once again
STOK KANGRI, LADAKH
Stok Kangri (6,114m), is the perfect challenge for trekkers who want to summit an Indian Himalayan Peak.
FOTU LA, LADAKH
Fotu La is a beautiful pass and offers fantastic views of the mountainous neighborhood. Driving on the Fotu la pass is an experience of a lifetime- the wide open roads with little to no traffic and the mountains looking on making the drive an adventure in itself.
KHAR DUNG LA, LADAKH
The ride up to Khardung La itself is made up of exotic sights and sounds and is very memorable. Undoubtedly, one of the best-known mountain passes in Ladakh, Khardung La is one of the best places to visit if you love the Mountains.
CHANG LA, LADAKH
Chang La is one of the high mountain passes in Ladakh that fall on the way to Pangong Lake. Renowned for being the third highest motorable mountain pass in the world, Chang la is a beautiful pass with beautiful views
ZOJI LA, LADAKH
Zoji La is a high altitude pass in Kashmir that leads up to Ladakh via Srinagar. The pass connects Kashmir and Ladakh and is, therefore, an important stopover destination if you are heading to Ladakh. It is surrounded by the tall grandiose mountain which is breathtaking and dreamlike
Kanchenjunga is the highest peak in India and the easternmost of the peaks higher than 8,000 meters.
There are several other Countries that have beautiful Mountainous landscape. You must also visit places in the Middle East like Mountain Ararat, Mount Damavand and I am sure you will fall in love with these Historic witnessing Mountains.
Let us know in the comments which of the mountains you have visited