Forget the Eiffel Tower, forget the Leaning Tower of Pisa and forget the Great Wall of China. If you’re looking for breathtaking sights to add to your bucket list then look no further than some of the natural wonders that live in our own back gardens.
Canyons and rock formations that have spent millions upon millions of years under the elements. The ones on the territory of our great nation are unlike anything else you’ll see in the world, so there’s no excuse for missing out on these incredible sights.
And trust us, while we’ll delight you with pictures, they don’t do the real canyons any justice, so as soon as you’re able to, you should take a trip across the U.S. to visit them all!
6 thoughts on “10 Breathtaking Canyons You Have to Add to Your Bucket List”
Many yrs ago my family visited the Grand Canyon. It was on a vacation to Arizona to visit relatives.
Has anyone gone to Black Canyon in Western Colorado? I rank it close to the Grand Canyon.
Yes! We drove thru there in May and it was really amazing! We were on our way to Utah where we went to Arches and Canyonlands Natl. Parks, which were wonderful.
have been to the Grand Canyon just as the pandemic was called. it was so beautiful. Now want to do everything in Utah.
In addition to the Grand Canyon, there are numerous other canyons in Arizona that are also breathtaking. The area around the Grand Canyon is full of them and they can be searched for online.
Canyon De Chelly outdoes all the canyons above with one possible exception! A truly remarkable natural wonder, located in the heart of the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona, it is steeped in history and is spellbinding to behold!