These Are The Most Beautiful Mountains I ve Ever Seen

Despite its height of only 1,520 feet, there are few more memorable sights in Iceland than the conical peak of Kirkjufell, north of Reykjavik. Seen under the dancing Northern Lights, it s an unforgettable image.

Kirkjufell, Iceland

Dalsnibba is at the very end of the Geiranger valley, with a view of the beautiful Geirangerfjorden. It has snow on top most of the time, even in the summer, and the fjord water makes a beautiful reflection of it.

Mount Dalsnibba, Geiranger, Norway

Montserrat, which means "Saw Mountain" in English, is a mountain range that gets its name from the rough way it looks. The famous abbey about halfway up the mountain is also known by the same name.

Montserrat, Barcelona, Spain

The latest big eruption of mainland Europe's sole active volcano occurred in 1944. That time is either comforting or alarming, but Naples people, who live below it, feel hopeful.

Mount Vesuvius, Naples, Italy

Mount Olympus is made up of 52 mountains, with Mytikas being the tallest at 9,570 feet. People thought that the Greek gods lived on Olympus because it was so tall and beautiful.

Mount Olympus, Thessaloniki, Greece

At 12,188 ft, Teide is the highest point in Spain and one of the highest volcanoes in the world. If it were to be measured from the ocean floor, its height would reach a dizzying 24,600 ft.

Mount Teide, Tenerife, Canary Islands

Etna is one of the most powerful volcanoes in the world. It is more than twice as big as Mount Vesuvius. The snow in the winter and spring makes it one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy