"Chase the Mountains"
Why do I go to the mountains?

Whether you live in the city or are an all-around nature enthusiast, you can’t deny the thrill of spending time with nature. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how the mountains bring so much joy to my life. So, I’ve compiled a few reasons why I feel so alive when I spend time in the mountains and why I can’t wait to do it again with you soon. You will be enjoying the beauty of nature.

Mountaineering can be a great way to improve one’s health and wellbeing, as it provides the opportunity to breathe cleaner air and experience the benefits of physical activity.

Most of this is based on science. Getting outside, exercising and taking mental/emotional pauses are good for your health. and seeing beautiful sights, such as tree-lined mountains, alpine lakes and snow capped mountains.

Mountains are known to be a source of joy for many people. The reasons for this can vary from person to person, so it is impossible to give a definitive answer. However, I can provide an explanation as to why mountains bring joy to me. Fresh air, physical activity, aroma, and scenery are all factors that contribute to my happiness. However, there are two other factors that are the most important to me.

I can’t think of a better feeling than being alone in the Himalayas on a motorcycle, hiking, or climbing the trails. I don’t mean that in a romantic way – it’s more like an antonym of the word “lovely”. But when I’m alone, I just enjoy being in my own space, which is my own experience. It’s only when I’m alone for a while – an hour, a few hours, a day – that I know my loneliness won’t be cut short, and I can really sink into a deep, slow, thoughtful thought, or a meditative state where I’m not thinking but still doing.

But then there’s the opposite of being alone. Mountain trips are usually best shared. The kind of friendship that can be formed, renewed, and strengthened during a trip to the mountains is almost indestructible.

You’ve made it 100 miles out of the service area and left your phone in your pack. When you’re away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the bond you can form with someone is even stronger. I’ve had some of the best conversations of my life on a trek with random people. Sometimes I realized that there are no strangers, there are just ordinary people who are outdoorsmen and women, and you can choose who you want to meet, who you want to talk to, and who you want to hang out with.

If you’re looking for an adventure, why not join a group of strangers for a road trip? You’ll get to stay in a cozy home and share some stories with them, and you might even make some new friends along the way. It’s a great way to get to know yourself and your surroundings, and I’m sure you’ll find the best experiences that will really touch your soul.

-Vishal Patidar
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