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While desolate wooded areas might seem like a creepy place to go, densely populated urban places will ultimately be the first to suffer from heavy casualties of the zombie apocalypse. When trying to make a run from the hordes of the undead, we should make it clear to get out of town and search for a remote, uninhabited area. Although it’s possible zombies could still be here, it’s highly unlikely that any of them will be able to climb mountains. Not only that, but searching for higher ground will give you a proper vantage point to see what’s going on down below. From desert mountains that still have easy access to fresh water, to places with ski resorts that should be great for looting, Here are the greatest mountains to escape the zombie apocalypse
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If you want to make the most of your time during the zombie apocalypse, why not hide out in Hawaii for a little while. Not only does it help that Hawaii is made up of islands far away from the US, where the chaos must be going on but also due to the fact that the big island is home to one of the tallest mountains in the US. Mauna Kea is the highest peak in the state of hawaii, reaching nearly 14,000 feet and the native Hawaiians find this place to be a sacred place. In fact it’s technically the talest mountain in the world from base to summit, but the base just happens to be under water. From the peak of this massive dormant volcano, amazing views of the cosmos can be seen due to the darkness of the ocean surrounding it. For this reason, it’s also sought after by astronomers who wanted to build a massive telescope to peer into the final frontier. People hiding from the zombies, make be able to make themselves at home inside the structures that house the telescopes. Native hawaiians protested the construction of the Mauna kea telescope on this sacred volcano but we’re pretty sure they wouldn’t mind hiding out at one in the case on an apocalypse. You’ll also be able to treat yourself to various sources of freshwater, and animals that inhabit the mountain. .
3.Mount Cook New Zealand
Many would consider new zealand to be a premier refugee location during the case of a global catastrophe such as the zombie apocalypse. They’re surrounded by thousands of miles of ocean and isolated in the south pacific. Some believe that wealthy business people are already prepared to hide out in new zealand during the case of a doomsday scenario. The country is pretty self sufficient and have everything they need to close them off from the outside world. Plenty of food, water, energy, seafood, you name it! It’s also home to the world’s cleanest lake, known as Blue lake so it seems to be a great place to spend the end of days. The only way a zombie could really get here is through a ship but if you’re at the tallest peak of the country, you should really have nothing to worry about. Mount Cook is located in the southern part of the country, next to Lake Pukaki, which would be an excellent source of drinking water but keep your water purification tablets handy.
Alright, so if you’re looking for a mountain in Northern Europe that’s not too difficult to climb, Galdhopiggen might be a good choice. It’s situated only about 8100 feet above sea level in the southern part of the country and is the tallest mountain in Norway. You’ll need a car or motorcycle to travel up part of the mountain to a spot known as Juvasshytta. Once you’re there is only about a three hour hike to get to the top. During hot summer days, a few hundred people or so will reach the summit each day, so we have confidence a lot of you could pull it off. Once you’re at the top, you will have successfully escaped civilization and only see other mountains in the far distance. You can expect the water to be fresh with plenty of glacial ice or snow to melt which should be boiled. The hike appears to be quite rocky as you should expect, so you’ll need a good pair of hiking shoes to make it up there. It doesn’t appear as though there is lots of wildlife in the area so you may need to bring your own food supply. However the surrounding area does offer wildlife such as elk, deer, reindeer, elk, fox, trout and many other animals. But who knows if zombies are still lurking around, so watch out!