Iceland is crammed with mountains, some of which heave fire and debris on visit event. So what makes this one (pardon us) stick out? It could simply be the emotional setting: Kirkjufell (Icelandic for ‘chapel mountain’) stands like a shout point toward the finish of its own short arm of northwestern Iceland’s Snæfellsnes landmass. Maybe it’s too intelligent water in the bays encompassing the conelike massif that draws guests and their cameras. And afterward there’s what’s around back: Kirkjufellsfoss, a progression of short, however truly flawless cascades that tumble into a wandering stream during hotter months, and totally ice over in a solidified mass in winter.