Mt. Fuji, Japan http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/fn2/travel/volcano_fuji_JNTO.jpgAlthough this volcano is now dormant (it last erupted in 1707), it is still a spectacular sight to see. Standing over 12,000 feet tall, Mt. Fuji is Japan’s highest mountain. The snow-capped mountain is surprisingly symmetrical and is surrounded by five lakes, creating a picturesque scene. It is open for hiking from July to August. The climb is steep, but there are resting areas along the way. Thrihnukagigur, Iceland http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/fn2/travel/volcaono_Thrihnukagigur_Iceland_SolveFredheim.jpgLuckily, you don’t have to correctly pronounce the name of this volcano to gain access to it. Also known as Three Peaks Crater, this volcano is the only volcano in the world that visitors can explore from the inside. Rest assured, it has lain dormant for 4,000 years, so you won’t come in contact with floating lava. To get to the volcano, you first must take a 45-minute guided...
Shares of Europe’s top airlines fell on Monday upon worries that a new ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano could once again disrupt service.While new arrangements ha...
Less airline disruption expected
An eruption by Iceland's most active volcano put Europe on high alert on Monday as a billowing ash cloud drifted towards Scotland and threatened to shut down airport...
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