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10 Mysterious Places in America That Most Travellers Don't Know About

The US has some of the best natural wonders of the world that will leave you stunned by their beauty and power.

1.Multnomah Falls, Oregon

It is a 611-foot-tall, roaring and magnificent waterfall, which Native Americans believe was created for a princess, to bathe secretly. It is just a 30- minute away from Portland. It is icy cool water and makes for a memorable visit. Multnomah Falls

2.Antelope Canyon, Arizona

The Antelope Canyon is beautiful and scenic, located in the American Southwest. Navajo Indians call it a place where water runs through the red-orange rocks.  They are the result of centuries of water erosion. Antelope Canyon

3.The Glory Hole Ozark National Forest, Arkansas

This is a place which astonishes and remains in memory. Here a creek descends into a waterfall, cutting a clean hole directly through the roof of a cave. Glory Hole Ozark National Forest

4.Bryce Canyon, Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park presents spectacular views. Nature is at its best here and it has orange hoodoos, stunning vistas, and beautiful sights. Bryce Canyon

5.Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

Visiting them is like going to a place of magical fairy tales. One can see Water cutting through sparkling blue ice walls, which creates lovely shapes and formations. Mendenhall Glacier Caves

6.Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

It is a cascading waterfall which is hidden, and not reachable by trail. One has to walk up the twisting creek bed to reach it. It presents spectacular views. Oneonta Gorge

7.Havasupai Indian Reservation, Arizona

It is the remote and beautiful place, to find crystal clear blue water, and spectacular waterfalls. Located along the Grand Canyon, in Arizona, the Havasupai Indian Reservation becomes a cherished memory. Havasupai Indian Reservation

8.Thor’s Well, Oregon

It is a natural wonder and a place smashed open in Cape Perpetua, Oregon. Located on the Oregon coast it has baffled many people for a long time. It is a natural fountain of salt water. Thor’s Well

9.Watkins Glen State Park, New York

Watkins Glen State Park is a natural marvel and has a fine reputation that leaves many visitors awestruck. It is 1.4 miles long and has indescribable natural beauty, pleasant waterfalls, and eye-catching gorges. Watkins Glen State Park

10.Jacob's Well, Texas

This spring gulf is located, about an hour’s drive outside Austin, Texas.   Jacob’s Well feeds the Cypress Creek. Thousands of gallons of water gushes to the surface and creates a beautiful swimming area here. Jacob's Well Visiting them will take you closer to nature, and offer a delight also.   Unknown spots of America

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