No, I’m not going to dive into a point-of-view lecture (I’ve done that too many times, and have borrowed from the lectures of others).
Yes, point of view is eminently important in shaping a story, lending it tone, flavor, expression.
What about perspective? How does the mountain look from your hero’s point of view? From the villain’s? From the guy on the street’s? From the guy who lives in a yurt at the top?
This photo makes the water tower appear small and the tiny barbecue grill seem greater.
We know that’s just a trick of the eye, made so by where we stand.
How do your characters view their world?
How do those perspectives conflict, mesh, create new perspectives?
How do those perspectives affect the story?