Witch posed the greatest challenge to pioneers crossing the Western mountains? - overpopulated rest areas -lack of water -hot desert sand -steep and dangerous passes
I believe it is steep and dangerous passes
Leaving early enough to cross the mountains before the winter snows, knowing what to take and what to leave behind, fresh water, prairie fires, diseases, exhaustion, the heat, equipment breaking down, and getting lost are just a few of the hardships. Surprisingly, problems with the Native Americans was rare.
American Indian attacks .Lack of water .Hot desert sand .Dangerous passes .
The greatest challenge to pioneers crossing the western mountains were the dangerous passes.
As, the travelers were accompanied by there families and the expensive trade materials which were sometimes greatly damaged by the difficult passage way in the western region of the United States. So, for that reason the people in the western region had great concerns for developing there own pathways and safe routes for avoiding any damage or injury.While, the tribal system had earlier imposed there laws and a very well mannered system existed so there were very few complications due to the people who resided inside the west.
The answer is D. The rocky mountains created vigorous paths.
overpopulated rest areaslack of waterhot desert sandsteep and dangerous passes