Summit Goal: Highest Points to Hike in These 10 Asian Countries

The journey might be hard but the summit view makes it worth it

Japan isn’t only known for being technologically advanced, they are also known for their beautiful provinces and picturesque mountains, one of which is the postcard perfect Mount Fuji. Hikers from all around the world climb this mountain during the hiking season from July to August. Mount Fuji has four hiking trails: Yoshida, Subashiri, Gotemba, and Fujinomiya with Yoshida being the easiest trail for beginners and with the most number of mountain huts where hikers can enjoy a meal and camp overnight. Check out this guide for a more detailed Mount Fuji hiking research.

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CAMBODIA: Phnom Aural, 5,948 feet

The highest peak in Cambodia is found at the summit of the majestic Cardamom Mountain Ranges. Phnom Aural might not be as tall as the rest of the mountains in its neighboring Asian countries, but it has earned its reputation as a great spot for trekkers wishing to challenge their trekking skills. Adventurists will cross hills, streams, and off-the-beaten-path trails in order to reach the summit. Hikers can opt to bring with them hammocks as the duration of the entire trip could take 3D2N.

 

NEPAL: Mount Everest, 29,029 feet