have you ever been to the mountains????????????

@parthu28 (499)
India
March 8, 2009 11:26pm CST
i know it sound a bit odd but i have never been to the mountains or any hill station till date... i love the mountains.the scenic beauty of the mountains,the trees n the clouds passing by.......all that seems so serene........ even when covered bi snow the view is incompareable.......... i love to visit such places but i have never been there........... have you been to such a beautiful place n enjoyed being there??????????how does it look like????how does it feel when the clouds brush past you making you feel tickled???????? is it as beautiful as i imagine it to be??????????????? which ploace is the best to visit if i need to see or enjoy all the pretty looks or phases of the rocks??????????
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34 responses
• China
9 Mar 09
Yes,I have ever been to the mountains in China.Besides the beautiful scenery,climbing up the mountain can make people feel happy.When you got to the top of the mountain,a kind of sence of fulfilment is welling up spontaneously.Hope you find the chance to the mountains quickly.Good luck!
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@parthu28 (499)
• India
9 Mar 09
thanks buddy.even i hope that i get my chance n get it soon.........
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@zhuhuifen46 (3486)
• China
9 Mar 09
Yes, mountains give a strong impression of power. It is one of the wonders given by the nature. I went to several mountains in China, the Taishan in the east, the Huangshan in the middle are only two of them. The Taishan is rich in historic sceneries, such as temple, pavilions, and big rock carved with big characters, while the Huangshan is more natural a scenery, the huge, soaring rocks and the pine trees demonstrate a unique combination of nature's endurability.
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@roi452 (232)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
I'm climb mountains as a hobby a few years back when i was still in the Philippines. It's always a great experience especially when you're with friends. Climbing up is pretty tough and requires great effort -physically, mentally and emotionally, but it's a good workout. When you reach the top the feeling is just heaven - very relaxing and rewarding; no matter how tired you are from the climb - all of that will go away once you have reached the top. And don't forget to bring your camera when you are up there, the are so many beautiful sceneries to appreciate.
@gxyywhyzy (450)
• China
9 Mar 09
Where are you from? have you ever been to China?Do you know China's Mount Tai?It is beautiful place as you said, It 's the place where you want,you dream.
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@parthu28 (499)
• India
9 Mar 09
i am actually from india.there are many mountains in my country itself but the sad part is i havent been to any.anyways i will surely try if i get a chance............
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@greenline (14864)
• Canada
9 Mar 09
I go to the mountains quite often, in fact. I live in a City just only about an hour's drive to the Rocky Mountains, very scenic and very beautiful. Whenever the weather favors, I would drive out to the Rockies, and enjoy nice weekends and holidays.
@parthu28 (499)
• India
9 Mar 09
you are so lucky that you can enjoy life soo much...........i hope i will go to the mountains or the hills atleast once in my life...........i just simply love them..by the way what are the best places to enjoy such beauty....????????/
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@23uday (2998)
• India
9 Mar 09
hi yes i do love mountains a lot.they are just awesome.they look more beautiful when covered with snow and ice.though i have trekked the mountains,but i have seen them closely and enjoyed them thoroughly.i felt very close to the nature and it was just wonderful,no words to describe the beauty of them. i wish that i once again trek the mountains and to be on the top of the mountains and just yell that i'm in the top of the world. love you all bye
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@amored13 (27)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
i'm from the philippines. i have set foot on the majestic sierra madre mountain ranges 3 years ago. the place was so calm that the breeze soothed the hiker of me... the rivers and the springs sparkled as it kisses the rocks and you will be ensnared by those majestic small ripples as it journey downwards... clouds hugs us from 5pm in the afternoon till the sun sets above our tents... what more the my heart missed about the place is the wail of the wild deers in the stark evenings under the canopy of stars...
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@scheng1 (24755)
• Singapore
9 Mar 09
I love mountains too. More accurately, I love snow capped mountain scenery from afar. It's not really that nice to be up in the mountain when it's snowing. It's not even nice to go for a hiking trip and it rains throughout the rain. Those mountain rains really make a persons depressed, it just won't stop and so freezingly cold. Maybe to the people at the foot of the mountain, it seems so romantic to have the mountain shroud in mist. But as a hiker walking in the rain, nothing romantic to talk about.
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• China
9 Mar 09
Yes,every holiday,,,, I enjoy to visiting big mountains,,,,for example,Song Shan,,,Tai Shan,Hua Shan,in our country there are thousands of famous mountains, there are cleaning air, sweety water,sage tablet,,kofu monk,,,,beautiful girl,,, cute anminals,, so ,if you are free ,you should to visit these ??
@Sandoz (31)
• India
9 Mar 09
i have been to hill station but never climbed a mountian,i love to do it.but truth is i 'm bit feared about steep mountain top with minus degree cold ,it need experience to climb and proper knowledge and guide
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• China
9 Mar 09
i am surprised that you have never been to any mountains,i am from china ,the country with so many grand mountains,and i have been to many of them,the most impressed one i think is the Huang Mountain,just as you said ,i really amazed by the magnificent scene there,when you climb in the mountain,actually,you are in the clouds ,you can feel the clouds surround you ,you can never imagine how beautiful it is if you have not been there.
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@myralmedo (815)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
hi parthu28 :) am from the Philippines and i've visited some mountains here (not that so high and stiff :D) it's part of our church activity when i was 14-15 years old-i was higschool then... i enjoyed the nature and a happy feeling that we successfully get to the tip of it and enjoy the water, different sizes of the rocks- the excitement of everything :)... just set your day and try it :) happy myLotting!:) Godabless!0=)
@jziakhan (702)
• Pakistan
9 Mar 09
I have been to a city in Pakistan which is stated on a mountain, Muree, with my family. You can practically freeze there! The last time I went I was walking in the clouds, they were thin but the best part of all, since we were walking in the clouds it was raing at least a quarter of a mile above us! It was great, sipping hot cocoa on the stove, I really enjoyed that experience.
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• United States
11 Mar 09
I love being in the mountains! its a calming experience for me. I only live about 30 minutes away from the rocky mountains, but i havent been up there for months. i miss it.
• China
10 Mar 09
hey...nice to talk to this topic and i live under the greatest mountain of this city now...i do like the fresh air and clear sky here, though it's far away form the downtown and i need to change 2 buses go to work everyday, i still think it's worthy,i'd like to climb mountain on weekends and i was told by a dance teacher that climb mountain is best way to shed your weight and keep you shap.. happy mylot here.
• China
10 Mar 09
Mount E'Mei is a good place.I'm from china ,if you want to know something about E'Mei,this is my e-mail:doubletwo2@hotmail.com... Haha!!
@jian20 (24)
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
Well here in the Philippines we have lots of them. But the primest part where you can go is Baguio city and Tagaytay city. They are the main tourist spots here. But if your for the extreme. You can try Mount Makiling or Mount Apo in the Mindanao area. Mount Apo is the highest in here and has a great panoramic view of the region. In Makiling once your on top and the mists are going down, you will feel very cold.
@lynnemg (4539)
• United States
10 Mar 09
I lived near the mountains for a while as a kid. It was beautiful and each day when I went utside, I remember looking around and feeling as if I were surrounded by a protective wall of huge mountains. WE went up in them a few times and my best memories are going to an old cabin up in the mountains, and having snowball fights in the mountains in the middle of summer-time. As I said, I was very young, so I don't recall all of the sites and sounds and feelings around me, but I do remember that it was beautiful and I hope that I can take my kids there one day too.
@mimico (3619)
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
I've been to mountains both when it was dry and when there was snow. It's beautiful and breathtaking but very dangerous too. It's slippery, and sometimes I think I can die any minute! I also like seeing how the clouds touch the sky just like you mentioned. it's so beautiful it makes me think that God is with us right then and there. :)
@tav_8164 (151)
• United States
9 Mar 09
I live in the state Colorado in the country America. The Rocky Mountians run right thru the state... top to bottom. There is gambiling city there where you can go to casinos so I like to go a few times a year. When I was younger my dad used to take me fishing in the mountians as there is a main river(the Colorado River) that runs thru them. It is very beautiful there. Everything is so clean and wild. I have seen Deer and Mountian Goats. I would really like to see a Mountian Lion but if I'm close enough to see one it might eat me:( Good luck getting to visit a mountian. I myself would really like to see an ocean!