top reason to stay mountains

Salman Ahmed | 23 September 2021

top reason to stay mountains

Top reason to stay mountain


Choose where your heart is


The right place for you at the right time can make all the difference in how your life turns out. For many people, the choice is obvious. If you’re a young person starting out in life, most would designate their heart to a college campus with tons of social opportunities and an endless stream of new experiences. If you’re an older person who has most likely worked through most of your 20s, then choosing to stay home with your family may be the answer.

But there are no set rules on where your heart should be. Money isn't everything. A huge factor in where you choose to live is your sense of community. If you feel comfortable around everyone you meet, then it's probably a good place for you to call home. Or maybe you want to be close enough to work so that when you leave in the morning, it's only a short drive to get there.

You’re probably familiar with the old saying, “Where your heart is, there your home will be.” This phrase has been used for centuries to explain that personal choices and decisions ultimately affect one’s life — and where we choose to call home.

If we look back at the history of the United States, we see many of our Founding Fathers and pioneers who immigrated to America from their native lands because of a love for freedom and country. They came to escape religious persecution and political unrest and sought out a new life in new lands.

Today, it’s obvious that those who choose to stay in their families, build their dreams, and create homes for themselves are happier than those who leave.


Spend some time alone


It's important to spend time alone, and sometimes we forget that. But taking a hike or staying in the mountains for a few days is the perfect way to clear your head and re-energize. Here are five reasons to make getting away from it all a priority this weekend.

1. Your mood will improve

The power of nature can be magical, but there are other ways you can benefit from spending time in the wilderness. Spending time in nature puts you in an altered state, which can reduce stress and anxiety. It also helps clear your mind, which can help you think more clearly about important decisions over the course of your life.

2. You'll feel better about yourself

Nature has a way of making us think less badly about ourselves, which is beneficial for anyone who needs to feel good about where they are in life. If you're feeling down, spending time in nature can help you focus on positive aspects of yourself rather than what's lacking. If you're having trouble deciding what career path to follow, being alone gives you time to think without distractions. Nature has a way of making people feel less self-conscious, which is one reason people go camping or hiking alone in nature without fear or embarrassment!

Learn to let go


The mountain is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Be inspired by its natural beauty that also serves as your inspiration to let go of stress and problems in the mountains.

Letting go is a process and not an event. It's a result of letting go of the fear we feel in the mountains and feeling confident in our decision to be there.

Here are some things to consider when deciding to stay or leave the mountain.

1. Nervousness at first exposure - One of the most common fears people have while climbing is exposure! The exposure isn't real but many people are afraid that they will freeze up or get scared by what they see or how they feel during exposure.

2. Lack of experience - If you are new to climbing, your exposure to exposure can make you nervous. But exposure to exposure will help you gain confidence and learn skills while increasing the amount of time you spend on the wall at any given time. You can also make sure that you are working with someone who knows their stuff by asking questions about their experience, routes, etc. Out there, no one cares if you have just one more year under your belt than them or if you have never climbed before but want to go anyway...if they are not experienced, then they won't be able to teach you anything anyway!

3. Fear of heights - This is perhaps the greatest fear of all...the fear of being above the ground! There is nothing quite like it...the view from up high can be inspirational, beautiful, exhilarating, or terrifying....whatever the case may be! Fear of heights will keep many people from climbing for years; it really comes down to whether or not these fears are manageable for that person in that situation...if not then it may be best for that person to stay on the ground where they are safe and comfortable!

Get into the life of nature


Get into the life of nature. It is beautiful, relaxing, and enjoyable. If you are living in an urban area, it would be great if you can take a weekend off to be at the top of the mountain. However, if you do not have the time to go on a vacation just go outside your place and look for some nearby mountains to climb on.

Fitness experts always say that people should integrate into the daily routine physical activities that will help them be fit. One of those activities is climbing on a mountain or on a hill nearby your place. When you are at the top of the mountain, you are more likely to release some stress from your daily activities. If you are stressed, you need to climb some mountains because if you’ll climb on them, it will help you release your stress faster than any other way of doing so. You will be able to feel more relaxed and healthier.

When you are climbing on a mountain, there are some things that you have to consider because it is different from other types of exercise routines that you may know about. You have to prepare yourself first before going there because if you don’t prepare yourself properly by bringing some tools with you like boots or shoes, food packs, water bottles, and others, there are chances that climbing would be harder for you because of hunger or fatigue due to lack of food or water supply. So make sure that everything is prepared before heading out to climb on the mountains.

Tourists from all around the world come to explore the nature of the mountains. In wintertime, you can not only go for a walk in the mountains but also ski or snowboard. The mountains are a perfect place for those who love the calmness and fresh air, those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and for those who love hunting and fishing.

There are three mountain ranges: The K2 Mountain Pakistan, The Carpathian Mountains, the Dinaric Alps, and the Pindos Mountains

K2, at 8,611 metres (28,251 ft) above sea level, is the second-highest mountain on Earth, after Mount Everest (at 8,849 metres (29,032 ft)).

The highest mountain in Croatia is Dinara (1831 m), located on Biokovo Mountain near Sinj. Nowadays, about 57% of Croatia’s territory is covered by forests, with most of it consisting of oak trees mixed with beech and hornbeam.