8. Arches National Park
Head on over to eastern Utah to find 77,000 acres of natural scenery, all spanning the Arches National Park, which was established as far back as 1929.
Hikers, rock climbers, and backpackers have long since picked this National Park as the destination for their next adventure, no doubt due to the iconic rock formations that pepper the landscape. Don’t be surprised if you bump into a handful of photographers on the way too, as it’s one of the most sought out areas for a surreal-looking photoshoot.
With more than 2,000 arches around the park, every trail you pick will be sure to be packed with some of these breathtaking formations, but the most popular ones ate the Delicate Arch, the Double Arch, and the Landscape Arch.