High Mountain and More Challenge.

10 dangerous moutains for men.
Pennine Alps, Switzerland. 
Pennine Alps, Italian Alpi Pennine, French Alpes Pennines, segment of the central Alps along the Italian-Swiss border, bounded by the Great St. Bernard Pass and the Mont Blanc group (southwest), by the Upper Rhône Valley (north), by Simplon Pass and the Lepontine Alps (northeast), and by the Dora Baltea River valley (south). The highest point is Dufour Peak (Dufourspitze15,203 feet [4,634 m]) in the Monte Rosa group; other important peaks include the Matterhorn and the Weisshorn. Most of the glaciers lie on the north slopes, including the well-known Gorner Glacier near Zermatt, Switz. 
Mountain climbing has long been the main activity of the region. The Swiss portion of the range is sometimes called the Walliser Alpen (German) or Alpes du Valais (French). 
Skaha Climbing Bluffs 
Skaha Bluffs Park, Canada.
Skaha Bluffs Park provides a variety of recreation opportunities including hiking, rockclimbing and wildlife viewing while also protecting habitat for a variety of species at risk. World-class climbing opportunities are found at Skaha Bluffs though it is important to note that climbing is prohibited in the southern area (the section of the park that encompasses Gillies Creek). The distinctive terrain features of the bluffs along with the Gillies Creek corridor reflect extremely threatened riparian and grassland plant communities. 
Indian Creek 
Moab, Utah.
Two national parks are located in the Moab Utah area: Arches National Park, and Canyonlands National Park. 
Moab is known as Utah's adventure capitol, offering activities such as biking the Slickrock Trail, off-road routes and the Moab Jeep Safari, rafting down the Colorado River and hiking to Delicate Arch - Utah's famous icon. From scenic parks to adventure, Moab Utah offers something for everyone. 
Paarl Rock 
Paarl, South Africa.  
Paarl is a town with 191,013 inhabitants in the Western Cape province of South Africa. The district is particularly well known for its Pearl Mountain or "Paarl Rock". This huge granite rock is formed by three rounded outcrops that make up Paarl Mountain and has been compared in majesty to Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) in Australia. (However, they are not geologically similar. Paarl Rock consists of intrusive igneous rock, while Uluru is a sedimentary remnant).
Kalymnos Island 
Kalymnos, Greek is a Greek island and municipality in the southeastern Aegean Sea. Hikers, you have found your heaven on earth. Kalymnos' wild, rugged landscape combined with its pristine isolation and serenity will offer you days full of exploration. Although there aren't any organized routes - which means you should always hike with an experienced companion and always be prepared - the sheer number of mountains, hills and valleys will give you countless routes that you yourself will map out. And you'll feel like you're on your own, forging ahead in places and paths no one else has ever explored. 
If you like to combine hiking with sight-seeing or swimming, you're in luck! Take in some of Kalymnos' archaeological sites, including the Castle of Chrysoheria, the site of Ancient Damos or the Sanctuary of Dalios Apollo. Then, when you're ready for a refreshing swim, take a dip in one of the island's isolated but absolutely stunning coves. Afterwards, keep on hiking to explore a number of tiny chapels that border fields or farms. You'll be amazed at the beauty inside despite their tiny size. 
mount roraima
Mount Roraima 
Canaima National Park, Venezuela.  
Mount Roraima is surrounded by three different countries (Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana) whose borderlines intersect on the massive shelf, with all four sides being sheer 400-meter high cliffs. While its cliff walls are only scalable by the most experienced of climbers, there is a path up the mountain's natural ramp-like path (usually a two-day hike). However, the mountain is worth a visit for more reasons than its impressive cliffs. Mount Roraima, part of Venezuela's 30000-square-kilometer Canaima National Park, is the site of the highest peak of the country of Guyana's Highland Range. This remote landscape of jungle and cliffs has inspired the dinosaur infested landscapes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Lost World, and the dramatic waterfalls dubbed "Paradise Falls" in the 2009 Pixar film Up. 
Dead Horse Point 
Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah.
From Moab, head north on US 191 for 9 miles, then west on State Route 313. Stay on this road for 23 miles until you reach the Park's entrance (don't head toward Canyonlands National Park). There is a $10/vehicle fee at the time of writing. Trail in this park are well-maintained and mostly well-signed. When they're not signed, the park's trail system is small and simple enough that it's difficult to get lost. 
Camping info: There are two campgrounds in Dead Horse Point State Park - a Group Site and a regular campground. Both have fire pits, shade structures, and spaces for a few tents. They are also near restrooms with flush toilets and running water. 
Canyon de Chelly 
Apache County, Arizona.
For nearly 5,000 years, people have lived in these canyons - longer than anyone has lived uninterrupted anywhere on the Colorado Plateau. 
Their homes and images tell us their stories. Today, Navajo families make their homes, raise livestock, and farm the lands in the canyon. The National Park Service and Navajo Nation actively work together to manage park resources.
El Capitan 
Yosemite National Park, California.
El Capitan is a vertical rock formation in Yosemite National Park, located on the north side of Yosemite Valley, near its western end. The granite monolith extends about 3,000 feet (900 m) from base to summit along its tallest face, and is one of the world's favorite challenges for rock climbers and BASE 
jumpers. The formation was named "El Capitan" by the Mariposa Battalion when it explored the valley in 1851. El Capitán ("the captain", "the chief") was taken to be a loose Spanish translation of the local Native American name for the cliff, variously transcribed as "To-to-kon oo-lah" or "To-tock-ah- noo-lah". It is unclear if the Native American name referred to a specific tribal chief, or simply meant "the chief" or "rock chief".[4] In modern times, the formation's name is often contracted to "El Cap", especially among rock climbers and BASE jumpers
Agulha do Diablo 
(Devil's Needle) 
Serra dos rgos National Park, Brazil .
The "Range of the Organs" is a mountain range in the state of Rio de Janeiro. This national park about a one hour drive from the city. Peaks higher than 6560 ft (2000 m). Classical climbing area in Brazil with high mountain atmosphere. Home to the famous Dedo de Deus (God's Finger). First climbed early last century by an all Brazilian party it is still a difficult and exciting climb. 
Good for: Adventure Seekers Photo, Fanatics Experience Seekers, Nature Lovers... 
Getting There: Over 90 kilometers from Rio. Over one hour drive. Teresópolis is the nearest city. The approach is at least one hour. 
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