We offer you a large selection of the best pictures from National Geographic in April.
Sunset over the western slope of Mount Everest. (Cory Richards, National Geographic).
Weight Stolls paraglider in the park Dzhokis Ridge, North Carolina. The Wright brothers first flew his plane just five miles from the location shown in the picture. (Tim Butch)
Kayakers near the village of Olovalu, southern coast of Maui. (Ron Dahlquist).
Go across the river, Alaska. If wet feet, will soon be covered with a crust of ice boots. (Michael Christopher Brown, National Geographic).
Neakahni mountain trail in Oregon. (Lisa Wu).
Surfer and gulls, Malibu. Low tide reveals the ocean floor, completely changing the picture of the ocean coast and giving a new sense. (Neo Melanthiou).
Alex Honnold in the rock rises to the Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. (Jimmy Chin, National Geographic)
Place a shipwreck in the Great Barrier Reef. (David Doubilet, National Geographic).
Parkurschik doing a backflip with a four-meter high, Montreal, Canada. Parkour - more than sport. It's a lifestyle, a constant striving for perfection and a desire to transcend its own limits. (Micael Martel).
Rainwater and groundwater flows, connecting underground, created a maze of tunnels, known as Ora Cave, Papua New Guinea. (Stephen Alvarez, National Geographic).
Granite rocks Arrigetch Peaks, Alaska. (Christopher Brown, National Geographic).
Kayakers Torssukatak fo fjord. Greenland. (Haukur Sigurdsson).
Skier in Whistler, Canada. (Kim Eijdenberg).
Moonrise over Mount Everest. (Cory Richards, National Geographic).
Climber John "Razor Sharp" Benson on the rocks of Madagascar, which locals call the "scurvy," that is "where you can not go barefoot." (Stephen Alvarez, National Geographic).
Tent scientific expedition to Nyiragongo volcano, Congo. (Carsten Peter, National Geographic).
Divers make their way through the forest of stalagmites in a cave on the island of Abaco Dan. One wrong move could destroy the age of mineral formation in the tens of thousands of years. (Wes C. Skiles, National Geographic).
Kayakers, Luke Spencer on the waterfall Outlet Falls, Washington. (Jed Weingarten).
Training triathlete, Utah. (Mike Schirf).
This is something like a rusty cables, in fact - corals in the Gulf of Suruga. At each stem - polyps, which are caught from the flow of food. (BrianSkerry, National Geographic).
Ice climbing on frozen waterfall on the mountain Medvednica in Croatia. The sky is illuminated with lights of the city of Zagreb. (LukaTambaca).
Mutnovsky volcanologist at the volcano, Kamchatka. The steam comes out of the hole formed by ground water and volcanic gases. In Kamchatka, the 29 active volcanoes. (CarstenPeter, National Geographic).
Alta, Utah. (ErikSeo).
Na halfway to the top of the 350-foot redwood, 750 years of age. (MichaelNichols, National Geographic).
Sherpa carries luggage to Tengboche Monastery, Nepal. (NikolayRadosnov).
Avtomobili expedition cross the Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, flooded after the spring rains. (GeorgeSteinmetz, National Geographic).
Slack-line at sunset, Rio de Janeiro. (TimKemple).
Town Hilton in South Africa is known for its fogs, and in one of the hazy days just passed the annual cycling event. Participants are confronted icy wind, dirt and dampness. (GuyAnderson).
An experienced tour guide, John Robens (left) leads a group of beginners through moss-covered canyon passage in Klaustral, a few hours away from the exit. According to Robens, travel in the canyons require intuition: "You can walk for miles, never knowing what the next moment you can be close to a beautiful place." (CarstenPeter, National Geographic).