Gokyo Lakes are a series of six spectacular glacial lakes. The lakes are at altitudes of between 4,700m and 5,000m, making them some of the world’s highest freshwater lakes.
Appenzell Innerrhoden, Switzerland
Appenzell Innerrhoden is one of the twenty-six cantons of Switzerland. It is the smallest canton by population and the second smallest by area.
Bachalpsee or Bachsee is a lake with an area of 8.06 ha close to the First (which can be reached with a cable car) above Grindelwald in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. The lake, located at an elevation of 2,265 m, is split by a natural dam, the smaller part of the lake being 6 m lower.
Nepal is one of the countries where globalization or modernity have not easily affected their ancestral culture.
A multicultural territory where its ancient religions, its extensive nature and its gigantic mountains have contributed to Nepali traditions much of this currently is the main nation attraction for all tourists.
Alps, a small segment of a discontinuous mountain chain that stretches from the Atlas Mountains of North Africa across southern Europe and Asia to beyond the Himalayas.
The Alps extend north from the subtropical Mediterranean coast near Nice, France, to Lake Geneva before trending east-northeast to Vienna (at the Vienna Woods).
The pearl of the Mediterranean, unique in many ways, is situated in the south of the Adriatic. Nowhere else can you find, so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro.
The Ausangate mountain is also known as Rainbow Mountain, Cerro Colorado or Rainbow Mountain by its English name.
The Incas believed that from this mountain was born the masculine energy that fertilizes the Pachamama (Mother Earth). In the mountain range of this mountain is born the Vilcanota river and flows into the Amazon.
Abkhazia is a state that has only 26 % open area. Rest is mountains and foothills. The four highest peaks in Abkhazia are Dombai Ulgen which stands approximately 4,046 meters tall.
Psish is the highest peak in Abkhazia that is measured to be 5,790 meters in height. Ertsakhvu is 3,910 meters, and Guandra is nearly 3985 meters tall. The mountain passes in Abkhazia connect Abkhazia to the northern region of Caucasus.