The largest alpine lake and at 501 m (1645 ft) deep one of the deepest lakes in North America, Tahoe features great views and numerous activities.
Found in the stunning and unspoiled Columbia River Gorge, the waterfall is one of the most popular and known attractions here.
The striking coastal area is surrounded with red mountains, features eight beaches and a turquoise lagoon.
Icon of New York City is located in the heart of Manhattan and provides numerous attractions, that will suite everyone’s taste!
The biggest hot spring in the country is found in Yellowstone National Park. It got its name due to the vibrant iridescent colors.
Banff is a town, embedded straight into National Park and surrounded with mountainous landscape, very popular among the tourist.
Also known as Devils Fire or Little Finland, the site indeed looks like a natural wonderland.
Found in the Great West Canyon, the Subway is a stunning section of the Left Fork of North Creek.
It is amazing how such a small group of volcanic islands can have such rich and versatile nature.
A formidable laccolith – an intrusion of magma – is found in the Black Hills.
Found in Cypress Creek the spring offers probably the most unique and off the wall swimming experience.
Found on Lake Huron, the rock is a truly unique natural wonder.
Found in the east of the infamous Death Valley, Zabriskie Point offers a glimpse of a surreal landscape.
The plunge unfolds into tens of smaller streams and cascades down the hexagonal basalt columns.
The picturesque land is a popular recreational area, providing numerous fun activities.
Sprawled between Utah and Arizona, the destination attracts 2 million visitors every year.
An arch bridge in Big Sur was opened in 1932 and basically was the main link between the area and the rest of the coast.
Popularized by the photographers, whose pictures inspired visitors to look for this place, the canyon previously didn’t dominate the travel guides.
Geologically the oldest Hawaiian islands, Kauai fascinates with the amazing scenery.
Found in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, it is also known as a „tidefalls“, because it cascades directly into the ocean when the tide is in.
The incredibly beautiful ice caves are found under a 19 km (12 mi) long glacier.
Already counting days and cannot wait for a vacation? Still don’t know where to go? Consider Hawaii – the top holiday destination!
A small city of the same name, inhabited by around 1000 residents, is surrounded with the vast fields of wheat and rapeseed. But do not underestimate this farmland.
The park in the Canadian Rockies is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.