A volcano in the Hawaiian Islands with beautiful scenery.
At an altitude of 13,796 feet (4205 meters), this is the highest mountain on the Big Island of Hawaii. If you count the part of it submerged in the sea, its height will exceed 10,000 meters, making it the highest mountain in the world (more than the Himalayas). But height is only an indicator to measure it. What I like is the stargazing experience in the mountains. In the eyes of traditional Hawaiians, it is a sacred place. The weather here is dry and there is no light pollution. There are more than 300 sunny nights throughout the year. Therefore, it has become one of the best places in the world for astronomical observation. Astronomical telescopes are scattered all over the hills. Drive there in the afternoon, enjoy the spectacular sunset on the earth from the clouds, step on the brown volcanic land, and have an infinitely broad field of vision. There will be a feeling of being outside the earth. Stargazing at night can see countless twinkles, which really complied with the phrase "stars can be picked by hand". It was cold, but I really couldn't bear to leave the bright starry sky.