Have you ever been inside a glacier? Did you even know you could go in one? Well, visit Juneau, and you can! Mendenhall Glacier Cave is a hollow glacier that you can walk inside! Everything in the cave is bathed in cool blue light. It’s like being in a Disney movie.
Hawaii isn’t just for beaches and sunburns. Na Pali Coast State Park is a breathtaking place where alongside the beach, you get rugged green mountains and waterfalls galore! Take the long hike through the park for breathtaking views.
This is an ultra-hot natural spring that boasts as many colors as the rainbow! It’s also the largest hot spring in the United States. If you’ve ever seen a collection of Yellowstone postcards, Grand Prismatic Spring was likely featured on one or two. However, many people miss this natural wonder in their hurry to witness Old Faithful. If you go to Yellowstone, take the time to view this otherworldly hot spring! Old Faithful will still be erupting later—hence the name.
Zion National Park gets all the attention in Utah’s beautiful southern region! However, Bryce Canyon has plenty of charms of its own. This park is filled with odd rock formations called hoodoos, and it was once the haunt of infamous western villains!
Also known as Hawksbill Crag, this place is a jutting cliff that offers incredible views of the green mountains of Arkansas. The hike to Whitaker Point is rewarding, and the final destination is more than worth it!