7. Bryce Canyon National Park
Next on our list is a similar-ish National park where you can view different types of natural formations called hoodoos, which came about after millions of years of erosion. If you’re into arches then you’ll definitely be into these!
There’s literally no better place in the world to view them as the U.S. boasts the world’s largest collection peppered across 35,835 acres. Whether you’re into hiking or photography, this is a great place for you to get in touch with nature, especially in the summer, as this is the most popular season for a visit.
But if you want to avoid the crowds and if you can handle colder climates, we highly recommend visiting during the winter reason for a chance of seeing this snowy landscape in all its glory!