The seductive mountains are not forever, they will not last more than a few hundred million years. The Appalachians , the Urals or the mountains of Scotland , are low, rounded mountains that are reaching the end of their normal life. The Rockies or the Andes , on the other hand, were formed about 65 million years ago and still show the rugged appearance of the newly born mountains. a trip to the mountains, we will find that it feels much colder. Everything has to do with our atmosphere. We may not always think about it, but basically we live in an ocean of giant air.
The seductive mountains are in 75 percent of the total of the countries of the world. The climate and the alive beings of a mountain vary in function of the altitude, since the superior zone is much colder than the one that is in the base . It is not uncommon to find snow or even glaciers in the higher areas, so the plants and animals that live there are not the same as those in the lower portions. Sometimes, in the high areas, nothing is observed but ice and perhaps certain birds that fly over.
Picu Urriellu (2,519 meters)
Asturias, Spain a seductive mountains
The inaccessibility of the mythical Naranjo de Bulnes -Pico Urriellu- ended on August 5, 1904, when Pedro Pidal, Marquis of Villaviciosa, and his guide Gregorio Pérez, El Cainejo, crowned their summit for the first time. The approach to the mythical vertical wall, 530 meters high, can be made from different routes, the most comfortable part of the viewpoint of El Cable, at 1,847 meters of altitude, which is accessed by the Fuente Dé cable car, after an ascent of 750 meters from its facilities in the Cantabrian valley of Liebana, 28 kilometers from the town of Potes.
Monte Sarmiento (2,187 meters)
Tierra del Fuego, Chile
There are few mountains as beautiful and remote as Mount Sarmiento, an icy pyramid in the seas of the end of the world, between blue glaciers, immeasurable forests and some of the blackest and sharpest mountains on the planet: those of the Darwin mountain range, in Tierra del Fire (Chile). Its summit was conquered for the first time in 1955 by a team that included the Italian mountaineers Clemente Gueret and Carlo Mauri.
Popocatépetl (5,426 meters)
Don Goyo, as Mexico is known at the Popocatépetl volcano, wakes up from afternoon to afternoon of his nap – the last time, in May of 2013 – to scare the nearly 70,000 people who live in his skirt. The volcano, with a height of 5,426 meters above sea level, is the second largest mountain in Mexico and is visible from some areas of the capital. Next to it is the extinct volcano of Iztaccíhuatl, known as the Sleeping Woman and 5,222 meters high.
K2 (8,611 meters)
Pakistan, India and China
The symbol of the indomitable has a short name: K2. A majestic and terrible mountain, curdled with sharp cliffs and with a mass equivalent to 40 Cervinos, which stands like an icy fang up to 8,611 meters in the Karakorum mountain range, on the border between Pakistan, India and China.
Cervino-Matterhorn (4,477 meters)
Italy and Switzerland
The highest mountain station in the Alps is reached from Zermatt, Switzerland, with the Matterhorn Express gondola, a cable car reaching the 3,883 meters of the Little Matterhorn. At this height, the highest point of the Theodul Glacier, is the highest hotel-restaurant in Europe and a 360-degree panoramic platform, with views of Alpine giants such as Matterhorn and Monte Rosa. The British Edward Whymper reached the summit of the Matterhorn for the first time on July 14, 1865.
Mount Pilatus (2,132 meters)
At 2,132 meters above sea level, the mysterious Mount Pilatus rises (Lucena, Switzerland). Formerly a nest of dragons and legends, today it is one of the most visited places in Switzerland, for its panoramic views of Lake Lucerne. To climb, the best option is the cable car that joins Kriens with the Pilatus Kulm.
Aiguille du Midi (3,842 meters)
In the viewpoint installed in the upper cabin of the cable car of the Aiguille du Midi, at an altitude of 3,842 meters, in the French Alps, one can test his fear of heights. Opened in December 2013, this dizzying cubicle has 12-centimeter-thick crystals that can withstand winds of up to 220 kilometers per hour. Under the feet an imposing alpine landscape unfolds, which includes Mont Blanc.
Mount Nyiragongo (3,470 meters)
Democratic Republic of Congo
The perfect volcano: with a circular crater and a red lava lake bubbling in the background. Its lava rivers have covered the city of Goma several times in the Kivu region. An amazing place in the African mountain range of the Virunga.
Monte Perdido (3,355 meters)
Formed by a series of valleys and reliefs of glacial origin, the Ordesa National Park has several peaks that exceed 3,000 meters, with Mount Perdido (whose peak, in the center, is covered with clouds in this photo), so beautiful by its name as for its 3,355 meters in height.
Teide (3,718 meters)
It takes eight minutes to climb by cable car to the highest mountain in Spain, the peak of Teide (3,718 meters). The last section from La Rambleta (3,555 meters), the terminal station of the cabin, to the summit of the volcano is restricted by security and conservation measures. In addition to the path to the summit of the crater, two tours can be made, this time without special permission, to the viewpoints of La Fortaleza, to the north, and Pico Viejo, to the south. The base station of the cable car is accessible by road and is located at 2,356 meters above sea level.
Finally, elsewhere, the air on a mountain that is even colder actually begins to sink. This sinking air is compressed, crushed and heated. This mixture of air is called convection and is at the heart of our climate. This system also keeps the surface of our home planet warm enough to live, from the coldest seductive mountains to the warmest beaches in our world. A mountain is a great natural elevation of the Earth, which often has one or several peaks in its upper part. It is larger than a hill and steeper than a hill, but it is formed by processes similar to those of these.
Seductive mountains are found anywhere in the world and even below sea level, where humans can not see them unless they are submerged. Many mountains are arranged successively forming mountain ranges, mountain ranges or mountain ranges, while some are isolated in the field. On the surface they form part of the terrestrial relief and offer spectacular landscapes of notorious beauty. They are also important habitats for many animal and plant species, and in fact, some that make the mountains their home carry the words “mountain” or “mountain” in the common name. Examples are the wildcat, the mountain goat and the mountain lion (puma), but many others that do not have such an obvious common name live nearby.