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I took my first solo trip to Japan earlier this year. I spent ten days backpacking through Osaka, Kyoto, and Tokyo, sharing rooms with strangers, and almost doing everything on my own.

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Take on the Southeast Asian’s tallest mountain, Mount Kinabalu, or the 14-day climb to Everest Base Camp. You don’t have to be an elite athlete to try these, but you might have to deal with altitude sickness and need to be in good physical shape. Take a look at your torture mountain and see how far your mind and body can take you.