Mount Eiger is rather imposing to look at, but also very stunning. Its rock face is really challenging to scale, and a lot of climbers have perished in their attempt. It was first climbed from its north side in 1938 by Anderl Heckmar.
Many tours go to Denali each year, featuring fantastic views of the mountain, which towers 20,320 feet above the landscape. Just taking a look at photos of Denali, you might feel dwarfed and humbled. But imagine how you would feel in its presence, standing near the base and looking up toward the sky.
The lines of its sediment are very pronounced, and have an orderly, sculptured appearance. The slope of the base is really smooth and even, creating a symmetrical appearance.
Kirkjufell, though not particularly high, is super lovely to behold, and as it rises against the sea, echoing the strong horizontal of the vast ocean.
Ama Dablam has a number of sharply contrasting, surprising angles in the rock. It rises 6856 meters above the sea level, and was first climbed by Gil Bishop and Ward in 1961.
The Matterhorn is recognized high on a lot of lists, and the beauty is standing out. This mountain serves as a very exciting and dangerous climb for those who wish to ascend.
Machapuchare is located in the Himalayas rises 7000 meters above sea level and has another name "black fish." It is super recognizable, featuring a sheer, steep, curved face on one side that plunges downward. Covered in snow, which makes it quite a striking sight.
The Spectre is the tallest and most striking of the "Organ Pipe Peaks". Geologist Edmund Stump once said, "I never thought that a group of peaks could be so dramatic, beautiful, and perfect."
Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on earth, taking up 5,271 square kilometers and covering almost half of the Big Island. Measured from the seafloor, it rises 9,168 meters???placing it in the top 10 in the solar system!
Alpamayo sweeps steeply upward, a pyramid of ice with extraordinary vertical lines along its face. In a survey by the German magazine "Alpinismus," it was voted the most stunning mountain on earth.