You call that a mountain? Look, if there is no lava, there is no mountain. Now have a glance at this: It rises some 30,000ft above Lactic Acid Sea level, the glow of its volcanic crater visible for thousands of miles. It is Mt. Sufferlandria: The most imposing peak in the range of rocky fangs that form the Sufferlandrian Alps. Even the snow at the higher altitudes is made of lava.
It features prominently in the Tour of Sufferlandria.