Mountains any day any time.
Because mountains give you some lots of benefits.
*You can feel the nature...whoa I love their natural beauty & mountain climate.
*Health benefits (physically & mentally)
Physical health: Climbing uses lots of muscle groups, both in the upper and lower body. Your back, abdominal and leg muscles all get exercised as well as your ﬁngers, shoulders and arms.
Mountains are warm during day and cold during nights (some extra clothing and you are good in your tent). Beaches are so hot during day, you have to depend on electricity for fans and stuff; hence a hotel, which means a commercial place with too many people again.
Mountains can offer you varying views in a single day. It will be completely different when it is cloudy and equally beautiful but different when the weather is clear and sun is out.
Regular climbing can improve stamina and endurance as well as muscle strength. In addition, all the reaching and stretching for holds improves ﬂexibility and agility. Getting out and about in the outdoors, walking to reach the crag you wish to climb on, is also good aerobic exercise.
Mental health and well being: Climbing offers a wealth of health benefits that are not just physical. It improves your self esteem, mental agility and self awareness. It’s a great stress-buster and a full body workout, so it’s good for general wellbeing.
Climbing requires a lot of problem solving, mental concentration and focus, so it helps sharpen your brain. A lot of people like it as it allows you to escape everyday worries and just focus on the climb. It also can give a great sense of achievement. Read BMC member Jake McMannus’s story of how climbing is helping him to climb out of depression.
Climbing can be a very sociable activity. Sport England’s Active People Survey results show that most people say they participate for the social aspect. You develop strong friendships with your climbing partners due to the level of trust involved and through sharing challenges and experiences.
*mountains have large biodiversity
The world’s mountains encompass some of the most spectacular landscapes, a great diversity of species and habitat types, and distinctive human communities. Mountains occur on all continents, in all latitude zones, and within all the world’s principal biome types.
I love climbing mountains because of these reasons.