11 Most Difficult Mountains to Climb in US


Up for a challenge? You’d better think twice before climbing these 11 most difficult mountains to climb in US . They have a notorious reputation for climbers ending up dead in abyss.

Unless someone possesses the natural admiration and love for mountainous terrains, it can be very hard to explain to the others your hobby. Why would anyone spend hours or days just to climb on top of a rock and take a few photos? Hours of toil for a 5-minute pleasure? Surely you can’t stay there for hours, can you? Not that it’s a very pleasant stay either – usually the winds are blowing and freezing you to the bone (or death). Still, it is the feeling and adrenaline that push you forward. Perhaps not everyone will understand why you indulge yourself so much in the stunning view, but the majority could grasp your sense of the danger. The thrill, the excitement you feel while overcoming all kinds of obstacles. Because these mountains are no piece of cake, despite the frosting on the top.

In this very informative article you’ll see which mountain is the least climbed in the world, and by that we don’t mean the one in Bhutan. Also, there’s the hardest climb in the world (have you guessed yet?), as well as the link for the easiest mountains in the US to climb. Find out which mountain was the deathbed for over 400 climbers. Spooky, isn’t it? Especially when you know the bodies usually have to remain on the mountain.

However, not all mountains from the list match such descriptions. One of them is perfect for stargazing, for instance. There’s data about their height and location, of course, and about elevation gain, i.e. the difference from where you start and the summit.

Intrigued? Go ahead and check if you’ve got what it takes to conquer one of 11 most difficult mountains to climb in US , or you’ll just have to pass.