The Most Breathtaking Places in America
Breathtaking places in America
Sometimes the most beautiful places to visit are on our very doorstep. Here in America it’s no different.
Often, especially if you live in a City, you can forget just how scenic our Country can be, and this Guide2 will show that you do not have to travel anywhere else in the world to cast your eyes on these truly amazing sights.
So, here it is, our Guide2 The Most Breathtaking Places in America.
Nestled in the Pisgah National Forest, Asheville parades it’s natural beauty which is teeming with wildlife.
Deep within the dense nature-filled forests you will find streams and shallow rivers, as well as waterfalls, making Asheville a great addition to our Guide2 The Most Breathtaking Places in America.
Aspen is an authentic mountain town best known for its world-class skiing in winter months and as an outdoor playground for mountain
biking, rafting, fly fishing, rock climbing, hiking and more in warmer months.
Take in the views of the magnificent Pyramid Peak, part of the summits of the Maroon Bells, a short drive from Aspen.
Cape Cod, Mass.
Like Aspen, Cape Cod is a tourist hot-spot amongst Americans, but if you just stop, for a moment, you can appreciate it’s much more than ‘just’ a beach.
Cape Cod is a great example of mother-nature at work, created by glaciers thousands of years ago. At present it is being subjected to another destructive force in coastal erosion, but luckily it’s left us with the outstanding views Cape Cod offers today.
Miles and miles of seashore and sugar-white sand both make Destin a fantastic place to visit. Throw in a sunset and the local wildlife and you end up with something very special.
Destin is located on a peninsula separating the Gulf of Mexico from Choctawhatchee Bay. The peninsula was originally an island; hurricanes and sea level changes have gradually connected the island to the mainland.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is the “Crown Jewel” of the northern Rocky Mountains, featuring attractions like Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park. Enjoyable for a range of different activities like skiing, rafting and fly fishing.
But, why do any of those things when you can simply look in awe at the areas stunning scenery and natural beauty.
Great viewing by Day and Night. Peaceful white sand beaches with views of smaller surrounding islands that jut out of the ocean like little razor sharp teeth.
The surrounding water is filled with wildlife ranging from Dolphins and Sharks to Coral and Tropical fish.
A breathtaking view need not only be made by mother-nature herself, but in Newport the views contain a lot of local history.
Newport’s wharfs, historic mansions, and famed Cliff Walk along the eastern shore, makes this New England coastal town full of spectacular backdrops.
Point Reyes National Seashore, just outside San Francisco, is a don’t-miss destination. The park protects over 71,000 acres of wildlife and coastland, but is also a place to take in the great outdoors with hiking, camping, horseback riding and more.
Coupled with stunning views comprising of a jagged coast, sandy beaches and a few harbour seals that feed in the rich ocean surrounding it, Point Reyes is another great entry to our Guide2 The Most Breathtaking Places in America.
Sedona’s natural beauty will simply take your breath away. The famous red rocks of Sedona are formed by a layer of rock known as the Schnebly Hill Formation. and can only be found in Sedona.
The area is peaceful and tranquil yet screams beauty and inspire such awe. This is probably the reason why the likes of the film ‘3:10 to Yuma’ have been filmed on location here.
This area of outstanding natural beauty features forests, beaches, dune formations, and ancient glacial phenomena. Making it a wonderful sight to behold.
Visiting Sleeping Bear Dunes is a must as, whether Summer, Winter, Spring or Fall, any view of this National Lakeshore is perfect.
If you are traveling somewhere remote, don’t forget to take a Satellite Phone from Mobal to help you stay in touch in areas with no cell phone coverage.
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