Asia is a very big place and has a huge mountain range called the Himalayas included along with many other individual famous mountains and other ranges.
Choosing 10 was going to be hard, but I used a simple approach to this:
A. The ones that are easily accessible and can be tackled without specialist mountain equipment.
B. Acceptable for a novice or reasonable fit individual who fancies a challenge.
C. something different that appeals to me personally. (After all, it is me that will be climbing them, so I want to climb for a purpose not just because they are there.)
So don’t expect Everest or K2 to be included.
Mt.Fansipan, Sapa, Vietnam.The highest mountain in Indochina. ( Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia) (3147m, 10,325 ft.) My first to conquer and an awesome feeling when I reached the summit. Even though it was cloudy and the view wasn’t what I had hoped for it was still a memory I will cherish. Read more here
- Mt. Fuji. Highest in all of Japan. (3776m, 12,388ft.)
- Mt Apo, Mindanao. Highest Mountain in the Philippines. (2895m, 9498ft.) hopefully next on my list in 2022.
- Mt. Kinabalu. Borneo. Highest in Malaysia (4095m, 13,435 ft.)
- Mt. Jayawijaya. New Guinea. Highest in Indonesia. (4884m, 16,024 ft.)
- Mt. Hkakabo. Highest in Myanmar. (5881m,19,295 ft.) Whilst Myanmar is mostly unchartered this seems a place to visit.
- Everest Base Camp. Nepal. (5364m 17,598 ft.) Why wouldn’t you if you could?
- Khuitien Peak, China -Mongolia border (4356m, 14,291 ft.) Visiting Mongolia is a long-sought-after dream.
- Tuanjie Peak, Qilian Mountains, China (6644m, 21,797 ft.) is another colossal mountain range and double the height I have climbed so far.
- Meili Snow Mountain, China, (6740m, 22,113 ft.) This one will be a challenge as it is the highest of all of the ones I want to reach.
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