Some of the world’s most reserved and beautiful landscape can’t be seen sitting in helicopters and airplanes. These climbs are open to public but they are not one of those parks where you can go for your morning walk. Hikers are those people who experience harsh climate, the highest peaks, and most forbidding terrains to experience the Earth like no other possible could. These hikes are so dangerous that even the most experienced hikers would think twice before climbing them and these are only meant for people who love to challenge themselves.
THE SNOWMAN TREK, BHUTAN
The snowman trek in Bhutan is the most dangerous and toughest trek one could go and it is also considered one of the most dangerous treks in the world. You may cross the hurdles if you decide going there in summers but it’s impossible to complete this challenging trek in the winters as the mountain pass is often closed due to the accumulation of snow. It is said that more than half of the population who decide to go for this trek aren’t able to complete it.
HUAYNA PICCHU, PERU
Young adventurers and backpackers love this trek and many people love going for this trek. Lesser known but immensely challenging, the trek takes you up over 1,000 feet on an old Incan staircase carved from granite and slippery stones and not to be surprised, it is also called ‘the hike of death’.
FIMMVORDUHALS PASS, ICELAND
Iceland is one of the coolest tourism destinations for outdoor lovers and adventure seekers. Capped gorges, cloud-covered mountain tops, volcanic valleys, gradient hillsides, waterfalls, and verdant green countryside are all you can see while going through this trek. Just imagine how beautiful it would be! The trek takes about four days to complete.