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Memorable Scenic Hikes that are <14,000 ft

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Caminito del Rey, Spain

In Malaga in the South. Easy hike, but has amazing views.

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Seven Sisters, UK

Rated one of the UK's top hikes. In Sussex.

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Dragon's Back, Hong Kong

Nature in the midst of an urban jungle

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Erawan, Thailand

Near Burma, it has the famous Erawan waterfall.

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Paris urban hike

Paris between 12-6am is the most beautiful city in the world

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Mt Longonot, Kenya

9200 ft, one of the most picturesque volcanoes you'll see

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Lassen Volcanic

Day hiked a 10,000ft and a 9000ft peak

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Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim

24 miles, 5000ft of elevation gain @ 90-100 degree F, 1 day

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Half Dome

Yosemite's most iconic hike.

14er Summits

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Mt Whitney (14,505 ft)

The tallest mountain in the contiguous US

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Mt Langley (14,042 ft) - 2x

The most scenic 14er climb I've been on so far

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White Mtn. (14,252 ft)

Less challenging, but has beautiful scenery

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Grays Peak (14,278 ft)

One of the Colorado 14ers closest to Denver

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Torrey's Peak (14,267 ft)

Done in combination with Grays since its pretty close

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Quandary Peak (14,265 ft)
Once in winter, once in summer

Popular winter 14er

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Pikes Peak (14,115 ft)
Winter Ascent

Touristy 14er

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Mt Elbert (14,440 ft)
Winter Ascent

Colorado's highest mountain

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Mt Bierstadt (14,065 ft)
Winter Ascent

14er close to Denver

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Mt Shasta (14,179 ft)

Closest 14er to my home

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Mt Sherman (14,043 ft)

Got caught in a sudden thunderstorm... phew!

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Mt Shavano (14,229 ft)

Another Colorado 14er

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Mt Evans (14,265 ft)

Did this and Mt Spalding (13,842ft) together on one hike

>16000ft

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Mt Kilimanjaro (19,300 ft)

The tallest mountain in Africa

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Mt Denali (did not summit, did only 16,200 ft)

Was going strong, but twisted my ankle in a fairly simple section :-( Shit happens. We just need to learn from it and grow.

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Everest Base Camp (17,600ft)

1st trip to the Everest Region

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Kala Pattar (18,500ft)

A great view of the top of the world, Mt. Everest's summit

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