Mountains. I've climbed numerous 6,000m peaks and one 7,000m. I've climbed and skied mountains in Sth America, Nth America, Australasia, India and Japan. I just love snow, ice and cold.
I like the desert. I spent almost three years in the American desert and loved to explore it.
I like going to the beach but unless you could get out on the water, the beach would become boring after awhile.
I've never been to the jungle but I bet it would be pretty cool.
I live in the mountains now and love it. There's no other way to live in my opinion.
Urban? You can have it.
Jungle. I love stealth and i'm very good at it. Hate the bugs though
Beach with good surf
Desert rivers on the Colorado Plateau. A severe riverine environment that is absolutely spectacular. Have done sections of the Green River, Yampa River, Colorado River, San Juan River and the Rio Grande River (all with a whitewater open canoe).
The flora and fauna are unique from ring-tail cats to canyon wrens to tarantula hawk wasps. Once caught a Pygmy Faded Rattlesnake that must have just hatched and could not even bite through light fabric. But, I hope that there is a special place in hell for the people who introduced Tamarisk to the Southwest and built the Glenn Canyon Dam.
Mountains or Jungle.
Mountains and forests.
Desert is too plain.
Beach is like a wet desert.
Jungle is like a wet forest.