The U.S has numerous places that one would kill to visit. Every state has a wonderful site to
boast off. You definitely don’t want to miss out on enjoying the scenery of these places.
The 10 most beautiful sights in the U.S. have to be:
- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
This is America’s oldest national park. It has diverse landscapes and gorgeous seasonal
colors. Yellowstone has everything from bright blue and yellow geysers to lush green
alpine meadows. The best time to visit is during early summer since it is when the
wildflowers burst into bloom and the park’s gangling bighorn lambs take their first steps.
Montana is none to many as “big sky country” which is packed with glorious vistas. From
the snow-capped Rocky Mountains to the desolate high prairie, Montana remains to be a
haven relatively untouched by tourism.
- Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada
Lake Tahoe is on the border of California and Nevada. It is a two-million-year-old lake with
a picture perfect view. Perfect for lazing around of its sunny beaches during the summer or
circling it one bike trails and taking to the water on boating trips for the sunny seasons.
During winter, you can ski and hike beneath snow-topped granite peaks.
Alaska is a darling of many. You can expect to find 12 ft-tall bears, the majestic moose,
remote glaciers, deserted coastlines and soaring mountains.
- Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Bryce Canyon has a striking landscape. It is not actually a canyon but a collection of
naturally formed stone pinnacles caused by frost weathering and stream erosion. The
southern Bryce Point has one of the most mesmerizing views. From dawn to dusk, you can
capture the hoodoos (top heavy formations) at their brightest.
- Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
The mountainous Grand Teton National Park is so named for the Teton Range that runs
through its center. It is the epicenter of wildlife and beautiful lakes, making it one of the
most beautiful places in the U.S.
- Monument Valley, Arizona/Utah
Monument Valley is one of the most famous landscapes in the country. You will find all the
classic vistas you expect from the Wild West in the valley. Quite simply, Monument Valley is
unlike anywhere else.
- The Grand Canyon, Arizona
The Grand Canyon has nearly five million visitors every year and for a good reason. It is one
of the most famous landmarks in the U.S. and is impressive from literally any angle. You can
hike through it, take a helicopter ride or white-water raft along the canyon floor.
- Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
The 53 square kilometers of the Crater Lake are simply breathtaking. The blue waters of
the caldera lake offer a stunning reflection of the often snow-topped cliffs that surround it.
- Yosemite National Park, California
This is one of the most dramatic geological spectacles not just in the U.S. but also in the
world. The rock formations are the subject of centuries of photography and have astounded
travelers over the years.
Don’t go blind before giving your eyes a fill of these wonderful sights all around you. It’s an
experience you will never regret.