Why Do You Climb Mountains?

“The mountains are calling and I must go.” – John Muir

“Ambal, tell me again, why do you have trudge up these hills and mountains? Why do you go on these high-altitude hikes? What is up there?”

It is difficult to answer this question. There is so many dimensions to climbing.

Here is one of the answers – Visual Treat.

Check out this short 360-degree view from Clouds Rest at 9,931 ft. Sorry about the shaky phone video – the winds were quite strong.

This is what it really takes to climb any mountain (both the real and the metaphorical). Put one foot in front of another. And, repeat. - Ambal Balakrishnan

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