Welcome to Beyond Horizons

Have you ever wondered what is that distant mountain?

Are you a weather fan willing to do state-of-the-art forecasts?

If this is your case, or if you just landed here moved by your curiosity, please have a seat and enjoy the view…  We are Beyond Horizons, the home for the longest distant sights on Earth!

Check it out! Distant sight World Record (443 km in a single picture!)

An amazing world were Geography, Mountaineering, Meteorology and Photography come together to achieve sights that are beyond human imagination and show us how beautiful our planet is.

Want some ideas? Check our list of the longest lines of sight.

Do not forget to send us your pictures of distant sights… the best will be published on the page each month!

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Westport, WA – Mt. Rainier | 178 km.

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By Patrick
Camera Canon Rebel
Lens

Canon Lens @ 200 mm.

Date November 30th 2014
Impressive and clear picture of Mt. Rainier, elevating to 4.392 meters above sea level, captured from almost this very same sea level. 
It is always a very good sign of a clear atmosphere when such a picture can be taken so close to the ground.
Thank you Patrick for sharing with us this picture!

Anchorange – Denali | 218 km.

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By Josep Manchado
Camera Nikon E5700
Lens Zoom-Nikkor ED @ 71.2 mm. – f./ 2.8
Date June 28th 2003 – 22:02
Formerly known as Denali by local natives, Mt. McKinley is the highest peak in N. America.
The peak has a large potential distant horizon and it is also found in an area of the planet where the air is usually free of pollution. The severe and changing weather also contributes to produce high transparency.
When it happens, the result may be one of the most magnificent views on Earth.

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