Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

I took a few more steps back in time today. Seeing the ruins in Rome over the past few days has been great, so I took a trip down to Napoli too see Pompeii. After viewing the abandoned city, I made my way up to the top of the volcano that destroyed it. It is the most dangerous volcano in the world, as it has the highest surrounding population density for active sites. There were seismic activity monitors everywhere around the massive crater at the top.






I'm Drew, creator of Trail to Peak. Trail to Peak brings content to life on the web through breath-taking photography and captivating video. I launched Trail to Peak in 2014 with a goal to inspire readers to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. I have traveled to 19 countries, walked Camino de Santiago, hiked the John Muir Trail, trekked through the Andes of Peru, and am constantly seeking new adventures in my home state of California. Joining me on my weekly adventures is my partner, Julia, our son, Owen, and our two goldendoodles, Isla and Lilly.

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