6 Magical and Hidden Places in the United States to Live a Real Adventure
There’s no doubt we can enjoy fantastic places in any country in the world. But, there are places in the United States that will make you fall crazy in love.
One road trip or just a quick flight away from you, these places are hidden but not unattainable.
Here we have a little selection, according to Skyscanner, of wonderful places you cannot miss.
Giant Prismatic Spring – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
This beautiful place is the largest thermal spring you’ll find in the United States.
Plus, it’s the third largest in the world, behind New Zealand’s Frying Pan Lake and Boiling Lake in Dominica.
That wonderful colors of spring? They come from the pigmented bacteria of water.
Question two: Can you dive here? No, but you can walk around the edge and take an amazing picture.
Horsetail Fall – Yosemite National Park, California
This is a magical, seasonal waterfall located in Yosemite, called like that because it flows during winter and spring.
The sun that shines on cataracts at certain times, caused that yellow-red glow. Isn’t it beautiful?
Hamilton Pool Preserve – Dripping Springs, Texas
Wow! This natural pool just outside of Austin, Texas, is a popular summer hangout for tourists and locals.
Actually, it used to be an underground river before erosion caused the collapse of the dome.
Will you dare going there?
Antelope Canyon – Arizona
According to its website, it’s one of the most photographed canyons of the American Southwest.
It was formed by the erosion of the local Navajo sandstone and took millions of years for water to dig through these amazing cracks where you can walk by today.
The colors you see on the walls will change depending on the time of year you visit.
There are no private rides to the area since the Navajo Nation only allows guided tours to enter the canyon.
However, that’s a good way to safely discover and take care of the entire area.
Bonneville Salt Flats – Utah
If you think there wouldn’t be a real flat place on earth, think twice.
This crystal landscape is what remains of a prehistoric lake that used to cover the area 14,500 years ago.
In summer, temperatures up to 48º C, so probably you don’t want to go this time of the year.
We recommend visiting this area after the rain falls down, which converts it in an outstanding and beautiful mirror.
Thor’s Well – Oregon
Fun and dangerous? We got it!
Going to Cape Perpetua, an hour before or an hour after high tide, you will see a really scary sinkhole: Thor’s Well.
Ocean tides create this powerful and spectacle of salty water.
Watch out! Try to enjoy it from a safe distance, it swallows the unbroken stream surround it, and you don’t want to be in it.
Tell us our magical and hidden places in the United States or in any other country that deserve to be known. We want to run the world!