If you are a nature lover, these places will amaze you with their extraordinary beauty.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Located near Page, Arizona, this brilliant slot canyon is split into two different sections, commonly referred to as “The Crack” and “The Corkscrew.” Picture Perfect Place.
HorseShoe Bend, Arizona
Named after its horseshoe-like shape, this famous meander is located just outside Page, Arizona, and offers a different view of the Colorado River.
The Wave, Arizona
Located in Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness near the Arizona-Utah border lies The Wave, a sandstone rock formation that looks look a painting. The sight is known for its vibrant colors and the trackless hike to reach it.
Zion National Park, Utah
Located near Springdale, Utah, this incredible 146,000-acre park is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts. A prominent feature is the Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles long and a half-mile deep. Other spots to visit while you're here is "The Subway" and "The Narrows".
Bryce Canyon, Utah
This collection of large natural amphitheaters is famous for its hoodoos, geological structures formed by frost weather and stream erosion. The orange, red, and white rocks are a beautiful sight and only roughly 50 miles from Zion National Park.
Watkins Glen State Park, New York
We all know Niagara Falls is a sight to see, but located south of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region lies a lesser-known fantasy-like area called Rainbow Bridge and Falls. It will make you feel like you're in Lord of the Rings.
Niagara Falls, New York
Located along the United States–Canada border is the famous Niagara Falls, a popular spot for tourists.
Oneonta Gorge, Oregon
The Oneonta Gorge is in the Columbia River Gorge with a unique set of aquatic and woodland plants. The ferns and moss make the walls look like a fairy tale, and visitors can walk through the creek on a warm summer day.
Thor's Well, Oregon
Along Cape Perpetua lies Thor's Well, a saltwater fountain driven by the power of the ocean tide. The best time to see it in action is an hour before high tide to an hour after high tide. While it's a beautiful sight, it's also highly dangerous and visitors should proceed with caution.
Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
This natural pool of rainbow-like colors is the largest hot spring in the U.S. and the third largest in the world. It's located in Yellowstone National Park, which also has other great sights to see such as Morning Glory Pool, Old Faithful, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
Palouse Falls, Washington
Located in Washington state, this enchanting scene almost came to an end in 1984 when the Franklin County Public Utility District proposed to build a dam to allow hydroelectric power generation. Ratepayers decided to preserve the falls.
Sequoia National Park, California
Sequoia National Park is known for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman Tree, one of the largest in the world. It stands at 275 feet tall and is believed to be roughly 2,500 years old.
Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada
Bordering California and Nevada, this freshwater lake is the largest alpine lake in North America. The clear waters and surrounding trees make it an ideal vacation spot.
Yosemite Valley, California
This 8-mile glacial valley is covered in pine and surrounded by granite summits like Half Dome and El Capitan. The California beauty is a hot spot for tourists and photographers and it also offers scenic trails for hikers.
Hamilton Pool, Texas
Located just outside of Austin, this natural pool is a popular spot for tourists and residents in the summer. Hamilton Pool was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago.
Smoky Mountains, North Carolina/Tennessee
A subrange of the Appalachian Mountains, the Smokies are a mountain range along the North Carolina–Tennessee border. It's the most visited national park in the U.S., with 9 million-plus visitors per year.
I have placed my foots in 9 places, Tell me how many you have visited.