When I tell people that I’ve been to the United States 10 times and eventually want to emigrate, many do not get what I’m attracting to Coca-Cola and McDonald’s land. Below are most beautiful places in United States.
The Glacier National Park – Montana
All the way north to the United States on the border of Montana State with Canada lays the Glacier National Park. An extensive park of more than 4000 square kilometers in which about 130 lakes lie and of course mountains with glaciers. An area that is a bit alpine.
Monument Valley – Utah
Monument Valley in the Navajo Indian Reserve is very close to the point where Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico border. You have undoubtedly seen the famous rock formations in some movie. The beauty and magnificence of this area and the rocks cannot be captured. Only when you get there, you realize how bad you are, how far you can see and how large the rock formations are. Tip: You have a beautiful view from the visitor’s center, but it is very worthwhile to drive the valley by car!
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Shenandoah National Park – Virginia
Shenandoah National Park is located in the east of North America, in the state of Virginia. The elongated green park is located on the back of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can rent a log cabin to barbecue and stay overnight in the middle of nature. Take a tour of the Blue Ridge Parkway and have the most beautiful views. The chance is that you’ve been singing loudly in the pub while singing about this area. Do you recognize this?
Bryce Canyon – Utah
The Grand Canyon has its name, but the Bryce Canyon is at least so beautiful. It is not a literal canyon in the form of a ravine, but a combination of rock formations by erosion arises from a plateau and a canyon. The stone in this Utah area has a variety of different colors, so it differs by what time you see. The bright orange to pale yellow, alternated with green trees or snow in winter. From the View Points, you have beautiful views, but it’s nicer from the middle of the canyon. So be sure to walk one of the hiking trails.
Ash Cave – Ohio
The first Ash Cave is located in the Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio, between the cities of Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. The cave is caused by erosion, and the story goes that it was used by Native Americans to hide. In the area, beside a rich forest, there is much to be found, which would be the result of the camp fires that the Indians made earlier. In addition to Ash Cave, the nearby waterfall of East Fork Queer Creek also provides an idyllic picture.
Yellowstone National Park
The gigantic Yellowstone National Park covers nearly 9000 square kilometers and is located in the north of America, on the border of the states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. The park is famous for its geysers, which are divided throughout the park, and wildlife. It’s not unusual for a flock of bison to stop the car or to halt the vehicle because of a moose with giant wings strolling over the road. The full hot, sulfur-rich water and geysers create an unusual, extraordinary landscape. The geysers regularly spray water into the air. You’ll see most of Yellowstone if you take a few days to make it.
Horseshoe Bend – Arizona
Near Antelope Canyon you will find the famous Horseshoe Bend. It is an extreme twist in the meandering Colorado River (which also runs through the Grand Canyon), which can be seen from a point 300 meters above the river. By the way, the river is 980 meters above sea level, so you are already at 1300 meters altitude
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument- Utah
It is impossible to imagine that a land of over 750,000 hectares is labeled as a National Monument, but in America, it can. The area of the Grand Staircase Escalante is in Utah and consists of various types of scenery. In some parts, the rocks are angular and red, with sometimes bizarre formations, while the rock is white yellow and shines endlessly for you. Recommend: Pick up the car and drive. Regularly run the vehicle along the side to walk a bit and be amazed by the fantastic views and miles of unspoiled nature.
Yosemite National Park – California
The Yosemite National Park is a 3.5-hour drive from San Francisco. This is a beautiful green area on the flanks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The valleys are worn out by sliding glacier ice, resulting in green valleys between granite rock walls. This area is perfect for all kinds of outdoor entertainment. The most famous rock waves Half Dome and El Capitan are climbed daily by many climbers, camped, cycled, hiked in Yosemite Valley and fished in lakes and rivers. The ideal park to go with a camper! And do not forget to take a walk among the giant Giant Sequoia trees in Mariposa Grove. You have never seen such big trees.
Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming
Just below Yellowstone is Grand Teton; A very different but also beautiful park. No hot springs or geysers here, but some very high mountains, lots of greenery and lots of water. Everywhere in the park, you have beautiful views, and you will encounter much wildlife. Grand Teton is not super big, but if you’re in Yellowstone, take a ride at Grand Teton!
Antelope Canyon – Arizona
Incorrectly entirely unknown: Antelope Canyon. You do not know what you see in this so-called ‘slot canyon,’ a ridge between two rock plaques, worn out by water and mud. Antelope Canyon consists of the north and south canyon and is located in the north of the state of Arizona, near Lake Powell and the town of Page. Photos like this can be made in the southern canyon, where you are taken to the sand with a big bouncing jeep.
The vibrant colors and unusual structure of the rock are exposed especially by the sun entering the top of the rocks. Although everything around you is photogenic, the sometimes hilarious guides know exactly where to stand and how to keep your camera for the most beautiful shot. Useful!
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