The highest mountain in North America is Mount McKinley in Alaska.
|USA - Mount McKinley, Alaska|
In Europe you've a choice between:
And two others from:
But if you fancy a scenic walk then perhaps you should travel to the otherside of the world.
|Mount Taranaki, New Zealand|
Taranaki, also called Mount Egmont, is said to be one of the most symmetrical volcanic cones in the world.
Meanwhile back in Iceland there is a 700,000 yearold volcano covered by a glacier.
|Dettifoss Waterfall and Snæfellsjökull, Iceland|
Dettifoss, 44m high and 100m wide is said to be the most powerfull waterfall in Europe; Snæfellsjökull (or snow-fells glacier) is that 700,000 year old volcano.
For more scenic natural areas please pay a visit to other contributors to Viridian's sunday-stamps-77.