Most Breathtaking Natural Attraction in Every State

Stephens Gap, Alabama

Stephens Gap, located in Woodville in the Lake Guntersville Area of North Alabama, is a popular attraction for hikers and photographers. This cave features a 143-foot pit and offers a unique caving experience.

Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska

The Mendenhall Ice Caves are located inside the 12-mile-long Mendenhall Glacier. Visitors can explore this network of ever-changing ice caves by first kayaking to the glacier and then climbing over it to reach the cave entrance.

The Wave, Arizona

The Wave is a stunning sandstone rock formation in the Coyote Buttes North area on the Utah-Arizona border. Known for its surreal appearance, this site requires a 3-mile hike and a permit to visit.

Whitaker Point, Arkansas

Whitaker Point, also known as Hawksbill Crag, offers breathtaking views of the Buffalo National River. The 2.9-mile trail to the Point, located in the Ozark National Forest near Pettigrew, is accessible year-round and is an easy hike.

Lake Tahoe, California

Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in the United States, spanning 191 square miles on the border of California and Nevada.

Maroon Bells, Colorado

The Maroon Bells are two peaks in Aspen, Colorado, that reflect beautifully in Maroon Lake. These red mudstone peaks, along with Pyramid Peak, are among the most photographed mountains in the Rockies.

Kent Falls, Connecticut

Kent Falls, located in Kent Falls State Park, is a series of waterfalls that drop 250 feet over a quarter mile. The park features picnic tables, a paved path to the upper falls, and a handicap-accessible viewing area at the lower falls.

Great Cypress Swamp, Delaware

The Great Cypress Swamp spans 50 square miles at the Pocomoke River headwaters, featuring bald cypress, white cedar, pines, and hardwoods, and providing critical habitat for at-risk bird species.