Top 10 Most Beautiful Places in America

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  1. Yellowstone National Park in the United States stretches across states Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. It is the world's first and oldest national park, with most of the area located in the eastern corner of Wyoming. With majestic natural landscapes and diverse ecosystems, Yellowstone National Park is one of the famous tourist destinations that any tourist wants to visit once.


    Yellowstone is famous for its beautiful high waterfalls, such as Kepler cascade waterfall nearly 45 meters high, three-tiered Crystal waterfall about 40 meters high. Deep canyons or valleys lie dormant among the green mountains and forests. In particular, this is home to the rainbow-colored Grand Prismatic Spring, which is more than ten floors deep and is the third-largest spring on the planet.


    Not only has beautiful scenery, but Yellowstone is also a wildlife sanctuary with many rare species such as bison, mountain lions, bear deer, elk, coyotes, grizzly bears, eagle, and swan.
    Here you can go hiking to fully watch the brilliant sunrise and sunset. There are also many other activities, such as boating, climbing, horseback riding, skiing, or camping. Yellowstone has up to 12 campsites with more than 2000 tents grouped in large areas. At night, the temperature is low. You need to prepare clothes and regularly update the weather before coming here.

    Yellowstone National Park. Photo: planetware.com
    Yellowstone National Park. Photo: planetware.com
    Yellowstone National Park. Photo: planetware.com
    Yellowstone National Park. Photo: planetware.com

  2. Maroon Bells belongs to the city of Aspen, also known as the fairyland of poplar trees. It is because here, in the summer and autumn, when the poplars are covered with leaves, people will have the opportunity to witness their miracles. Every time there is a gentle breeze, the leaves vibrate to create a light effect, like countless rays of sunlight glistening on the surface of the water. Winter comes, the poplars have lost their leaves, revealing their straight white trunks, creating a perfect picture against the white snow background. They are a poetic symbol, making anyone who looks at them feel their heart soften.


    Maroon Bells is located in a valley among the spire-shaped Rocky Mountains, which are two 4,200m high peaks in the Elk range. This place is a paradise of flowers and trees. Surrounding by mountains, this small flower-covered valley has a scene majestic and poetic. The scenery is so beautiful that no matter how bad your photography skills are easy to get a quality photo for postcard printing.


    Winter is usually less visited by tourists, so Maroon Bells becomes quieter than ever. There are no more flowers and leaves, but the year-round green pine trees covered with white snow stretching from the mountainside to the lake surface like a mirror make you feel so satisfied with the beauty that nature brings. The snow seemed to swallow up the sounds of heaven and earth, and you could hear your breathing rapid at dusk when the sun cast a fiery orange over the faltering mountains.

    Maroon Bells. Photo: aspensquarehotel.com
    Maroon Bells. Photo: aspensquarehotel.com
    Maroon Bells. Photo: westernresourceadvocates.org
    Maroon Bells. Photo: westernresourceadvocates.org
  3. Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous park in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, USA. The park locates outside the boundaries of the village of Watkins Glen in Schuyler County, located at the southern end of Lake Seneca.
    Nature has favored this place with a series of waterfalls and canyons. The main attraction of the park is 19 waterfalls. This place has many activities such as hiking, fishing, camping, hunting, and bird watching. Three trails provide access to an 800-mile trail system that runs throughout New York state. Visitors must follow the Gorge trail that winds through 19 spectacular waterfalls to get inside. The entrance is lined with 180 famous stone steps, known as Jacob's Stairs.


    There is an interesting fact that few people know except the indigenous inhabitants. That is annual in the spring, always appears a large-scale migration of schools of rainbow trout. They wade hundreds of kilometers upstream to begin their breeding season. Believe that you will be overwhelmed when you catch the sight of hundreds of salmon racing over the waterfall at Watkins Glen!


    The best time to visit is spring and summer. It has a very diverse ecosystem. Some species of land birds include sparrows, cuckoos, goldfinch, warblers, and sled dogs. Animals commonly seen when roaming in the forest are deer, elk, and foxes. Lovers of botanical marvels will find delight in native flowers and plants such as fruit trees, plantains, stalagmites, and musk.

    Watkins Glen State Park. Photo: worldatlas.com
    Watkins Glen State Park. Photo: worldatlas.com
    Watkins Glen State Park. Photo: gothiceves.com
    Watkins Glen State Park. Photo: gothiceves.com
  4. Monument Valley is a masterpiece of the rock valley of the Navajo Indians. Located between the US states of Arizona and Utah, Monument Valley is part of the splendid Colorado Plateau. The land about 100 square kilometers is covered by red soil and sand deposited from the rivers winding around the valley. Monument Valley is formed mainly from towering sandstone cliffs wearing bright red clothes. The artistic beauty from the overwhelming landscape is why filmmakers are fascinated and yearning to portray through each legendary film. This place is fortunate to be blessed with the most magnificent beauty in the world. The characteristic red land stretches for hundreds of kilometers, the towering rock formations with many strange shapes bring a sense of grandeur and mystery.


    Standing in the middle of this vast desert easy to find yourself overwhelmed and surprised as lost on another planet. The climate in the Far West is always full of fiery rays of sunlight shining through each stone mound, creating scenarios with many different levels of light. A moment when day and night harmonize, everything becomes more and more like a dotted line in a picture of a wild but glorious and beautiful paradise. Therefore, Monument Valley is the only setting that, although not related to water, is still chosen by directors to put on many famous Hollywood movies.

    Monument Valley. Photo: azcentral.com
    Monument Valley. Photo: azcentral.com
    Monument Valley. Photo: synnatschke.com
    Monument Valley. Photo: synnatschke.com
  5. Crater Lake or Crater National Park locates in the south-central region of the state of Oregon (USA). Crater Lake can be considered the cleanest lake in the world. In particular, this lake has almost no small bays or tributaries. It is probably the reason why Crater Lake is very clean. The amount of water in the lake is lost by seepage into the crater or by evaporation. Therefore, the water here always has a dark blue color, creating an impressive landscape. It is also the deepest lake in the United States and the 9th deepest in the world.


    The legends of the Indians about this lake have made this place mysterious and attractive to tourists. The main reason tourists from all over visit Crater Lake is its beauty. The blue color of the lake water is so special, blue but very clear. In addition, the landscape around the lake is also impressive, with surrounding volcanic peaks including Mount Mazama, Mount Hillman, and Mount Llao. These mountains are attractive destinations for tourists to participate in backpacking, mountain climbing, and sightseeing. Crater Lake has two main islands, Wizard Island and Phantom Ship Island, for visitors to stop and admire the beautiful scenery from the lake bed.


    Sightseeing Crater Lake in the US will be an experience you can hardly ignore. The natural scenery here will make you impressed and want to immerse yourself in this scene forever.

    Crater Lake. Photo: morethanjustparks.com
    Crater Lake. Photo: morethanjustparks.com
    Crater Lake. Photo: worldatlas.com
    Crater Lake. Photo: worldatlas.com
  6. Niagara Falls locates on the border between Canada and the United States, in the top 10 most majestic waterfalls in the world. This waterfall stands out for its majestic image day and night, constantly showing its beauty. Niagara falls as a special gift that nature gives to humanity. This waterfall is located on the Niagara River, with a total length of 56 km, connecting the Canadian state of Ontario and the US state of New York. Both countries create conditions for visitors to admire the waterfall in absolute safety.


    With over 110,000 m³ of water falling every minute, it is the most powerful waterfall in North America. The entire landscape of Niagara Falls consists of three parts. The part belonging to the Canadian territory (left bank of Niagara Falls), with a height of 56m, and the arc length of the waterfall is 670m. The right bank of the falls belongs to the US territory with a height of 58m, but the long arc is only a modest 320m and a smaller waterfall called Bridal Veil. Niagara Falls is one of the most attractive destinations in the Americas. Although located on the border of two countries, each waterfall still brings different beauty in its way.


    Places you can fully enjoy this majestic waterfall include Queen Victoria Park (Canada), Prospect Point viewing point next to the tower on the US side. The Rainbow Bridge connects the two sides of Canada and the US, allowing visitors to walk near this beautiful waterfall.

    Niagara Falls. Photo: planetware.com
    Niagara Falls. Photo: planetware.com
    Niagara Falls. Photo: planetware.com
    Niagara Falls. Photo: planetware.com
  7. Death Valley National Park locates in eastern California and southern Nevada. It is the largest national park outside of Alaska, covers more than 3 million acres of wilderness. This large desert is almost entirely surrounded by mountains and has the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. This place is said to be a harsh desert. However, there is a lot of beauty to behold, including the plants and animals that thrive here.


    With erratic rainfall and climatic conditions, where evaporation can be up to 100 times the amount of rain, the landscape in Death Valley is rich and varied, with intertwined colors and textures. Gentle hills and rugged hills, besides sharp peaks and colorful vegetation below. Many people come here to see wild beauty. Photographers are especially interested in the unique and diverse landscape. Even people come here to experience the harsh climate. In summer, the highest temperature reaches 60 degrees. The ideal time is from December to the end of February. In rainy years, Death Valley has a beautiful carpet of wildflowers. But the blooming season comes and goes very quickly. Most flowers germinate, bloom, and wither before high temperatures and intense sunlight return.

    Death Valley National Park. Photo: wildlandtrekking.com
    Death Valley National Park. Photo: wildlandtrekking.com
    Death Valley National Park. Photo: britannica.com
    Death Valley National Park. Photo: britannica.com
  8. Blue Ridge Parkway is listed as the longest parkway in the United States with a length of 469 miles, stretching through 29 counties of Virginia and North Carolina, winding through the Appalachian mountains, next to Smoky Mountain, a very famous place in the east. For those who love to travel, wandering on the roads covered with yellow leaves, this place is certainly no stranger to this place.


    It is not only a long highway bridge crawling over the mountains but also an interesting place to visit, travel, camp, or immerse yourself in the vast nature. You can find a lot of beautiful and unique flowers when spring comes. In the fall, you'll see a brilliant scene of orange, yellow, and red undulating over the hills. The Blue Ridge Parkway was built through many tall rocks, squeezing over small streams, a few craggy waterfalls covered with green moss. During winter, part of the tunnel is closed when the temperature drops to prevent visitors from being slippery by ice from small streams or thick fog and snowy roads.


    When you admire and set foot on the Blue Ridge Parkway, you will feel how majestic and immense it is. Feeling the scent of nature in the mountains, zooming in on the top of the mountain, or having a night setting up a tent by the small waterfall to hear the sound of the water, you will feel calm and relieved, forgetting the chaos and hustle of life.

    Blue Ridge Parkway. Photo: matadornetwork.com
    Blue Ridge Parkway. Photo: matadornetwork.com
    Blue Ridge Parkway. Photo: cntraveler.com
    Blue Ridge Parkway. Photo: cntraveler.com
  9. Savannah - the most ancient city in the state of Georgia, USA - is not only famous for its old architecture, romantic oak forest but also mentioned with countless ghost stories. These stories attract millions of tourists every year.


    Arriving in Savannah, the United States of the 18th century emerges in front of them. The people of Savannah preserve historical sites very carefully; the old buildings, the cottages, and the streets are all cherished. One of the unique features of Savannah is the oak trees. Standing on the sidewalk in front of a house, sometimes you can't see the sky but only see a cool shade of oak tree canopy. The rows of oaks on both sides of the street are so old that the spreading foliage intertwines with each other, forming a giant umbrella that covers the whole city. Every time of the day, Savannah dresses in dreamy color.


    Savannah has passed its most prosperous period, the hustle and bustle have given way to a peaceful calm, but the pride of a vibrant historical period is still there. So, if you have the opportunity, don't hesitate to visit this city, you will have unforgettable experiences!

    Savannah. Photo: southerntrippers.com
    Savannah. Photo: southerntrippers.com
    Savannah. Photo: southerntrippers.com
    Savannah. Photo: southerntrippers.com
  10. Antelope Canyon is about 15 minutes by car from Page, Arizona. It is Navajo territory and is not allowed to enter. To visit the floors of the winding gorge and admire the famous spiral rock arches, you must be led by the Aboriginal people.


    Antelope Canyon is formed from the beautiful wavy lines that nature has sculpted over 5 million years. Stepping inside the canyon, visitors enjoy a party with a harmonious combination of light and color and enchanting spiral walkways. Especially when the sun crosses, the rays create spectacular orange, red, purple, pink bands on the sandstone. With a deep and narrow canyon, Antelope Canyon is made up of 2 cliffs with magical curving shapes, including many different geological layers, mainly sandstone and limestone.


    The best time to visit Antelope Canyon is between late March and October.

    Antelope Canyon. Photo: g-switch.org
    Antelope Canyon. Photo: g-switch.org
    Antelope Canyon. Photo: southwestmicroadventures.com
    Antelope Canyon. Photo: southwestmicroadventures.com



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