A Definitive List Of The World's Most Magnificent Mountains

Ethereal mountain on Iceland's western coastline, renowned for its beauty and Northern Lights.

Kirkjufell, Iceland (1,519ft/463m)

 Iconic volcanic plugs in St Lucia, covered in dense green jungle and rich biodiversity.

The Pitons, St Lucia (2,618ft/798m)

Majestic monolith in Yosemite National Park with a near-vertical granite face.

El Capitan, California, USA (3,000ft/914m)

Famous landmark in Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, representing three sisters from an Aboriginal legend.

Three Sisters, Blue Mountains, Australia (3,024ft/922m)

Overlooked gem in Scotland's Highlands, surrounded by peaks of Glencoe.

Buachaille Etive Beag, Scottish Highlands, Scotland (3,143ft/958m)

Iconic peak overseeing Cape Town, one of the world's oldest mountains at over 200 million years.

Table Mountain, South Africa (3,558ft/1,084m)

Awe-inspiring summit in Snowdonia, highest in England and Wales, known for the historic Snowdon Mountain Railway.

Snowdon, Wales, UK (3,559ft/1,085m)