15 Magical Places in America

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The United States of America are home to countless beautiful landscapes and natural wonders so it’s hard and almost unfair to choose only 15 Magical Places. Nevertheless, we decided to put together a completely subjective list of places that left us completely speechless. Life is short, so make sure to include one of this beauties in your next trip.

#5 Northern Lights, Alaska
The best place on Earth to experience the magnificence of the northern lights is definitely Alaska. Head to Fairbanks between late August and April, sit back in a heated “aurorium” cabin or simply walk outside and look up to the sky. Aurora borealis or The Northern Lights are the results of collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun’s atmosphere and gaseous particles from Earth’s atmosphere. They occur 60 miles above the Earth, making a colorful display of brilliant yellow-green and sometimes even red- purple patterns.

#4 The Wave, Arizona
The Wave is a sandstone formation located in Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness. In order to maintain the natural integrity only 20 people per day are allowed to visit The Wave. For that, you will need a day-use permit that you have to get up to 4 months in advance in an on- line lottery, or by lottery the day before visiting. There are no marked trails or signs to guide hikers that have to be prepared also for fierce winds, harsh desert conditions and blowing sand. You ask: Is all that hassle worth it? Definitely yes. Here you can create the most wonderful Instagram- worthy photos that need no filter.

#3 Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida
Florida is without a doubt one of the most beautiful US states. Here in the Sunshine State, you have The Dry Tortugas National Park, located only 68 miles west of Key West. You can get there by ferry or seaplane from Key West. The park consists of small archipelago of seven coral islands and Fort Jefferson, a massive yet unfinished fortress made from 16 million bricks. Here you can find abundant sea life, coral reefs, and sunken treasures.

#2 Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The sacred place for Hawaiians is also the most active volcano on Earth. The Kilauea volcano is sometimes called, “the world’s only drive-in volcano.” It produces 250,000-650,000 cubic yards of lava on daily basis ever since January 3rd, 1983. You can take a hike through volcanic craters and watch blistering lava flows meet the sea.

#1 Maroon Bells, Colorado
Just 10 miles from Aspen, Colorado you have the most photographed mountains in the USA. Unmatched mountain scenery created by two peaks in the Elk Mountains called the Maroon Bells and the reflective lake. It took more than 300 million years of sedimentation and erosion to create the Maroon Valley, a natural wonder that truly encapsulates the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.

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36 replies
  1. Dy T
    Dy T says:

    For the past 29 years, hiking the Haiku Stairs has been illegal. Yet this video seems to be recklessly encouraging people to risk their lives !

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  2. XcanaryinacoalmineX
    XcanaryinacoalmineX says:

    Great video! Thank you much!????????

    (A few things tho~ Juneau is pronounced joo-NO, Oregon is pronounced or-e-GUN, and Kilauea is pronounced kil-a-WAY-a) ???? Sorry! Just a pet peeve of mine… can't help it! ????

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  3. Adolfo Arrieta
    Adolfo Arrieta says:

    Stupid people USA IS NOT AMERICA , FUCKING IDIOT PEOPLE FROM USA. USA DOES NOT REPRESENTS, BRASIL, MEXICO, ARGENTINA , CENTRAL AMERICA AND ALL THE BEAUTIFUL CONTRIES THAT MADE AMERICA THE GREATEST CONTINENT.

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  4. Airport Info HQ
    Airport Info HQ says:

    0:10 15 – Watkins Glen State Park, New York
    0:48 14 – Haiku Stairs of Oahu, Hawaii
    1:30 13 – Niagara Falls, New York
    2:06 12 – Lake Tahoe
    2:48 11 – Antelope Canyon, Arizona
    3:40 10 – Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
    4:25 9 – Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
    5:03 8 – Oneonta Gorge, Oregon
    5:35 7 – Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska
    6:16 6 – Hamilton Pool Nature Reserve, Texas
    6:51 5 – Northern Lights, Alaska
    7:37 4 – The Wave, Arizona
    8:31 3 – Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida
    9:14 2 – Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
    9:52 1 – Maroon Bells, Colorado
    That was indeed a magical tour. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Branon Fontaine
    Branon Fontaine says:

    Ge-new?! Wtf is wrong with you?! It's JUNEAU, pronounced ju-no, come on man, get your shit together…..and one can see the Northern Lights from Fairbanks all the way down to Juneau, I know cuz I lived in Juneau, then Anchorage, for over 3 years…..

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  6. Angeli R
    Angeli R says:

    I've been to Hamilton pool. It's gorgeous! There are hiking trails, too, that lead to other swimming holes. But if you go, get there at least an hour before they open and just sit in your car at the gate. They only allow so many people in at a time and it fills up fast.

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  7. Jim Green
    Jim Green says:

    Not again! Kilauea is pronounced kill-uh-WAY-uh, not key-low-uh-WAY-uh, or to make it less Anglicized, and more Hawaiian–keel-ah-WAY-ah.

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  8. Jim Green
    Jim Green says:

    The state capital of Alaska, Juneau, is pronounced JEW-no, not zheh-NEW, Next, regarding Dry Tortugas, the group of islands, called an archipelago, is pronounced ark-uh-PELL-ih-go, not arch-ee-uh-PLAH-go. Third, Kilauea is pronounced kill-uh-WAY-uh, not
    key-low-uh-WAY-uh.

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  9. SingingintheDark
    SingingintheDark says:

    the kilo awaya….rofl, great vid though except for the lake tahoe one, why was that even in this list, when we have so many other places in usa that are magical, like monument valley or sedona az.?

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  10. Mr. Swordfish
    Mr. Swordfish says:

    I'm from Oregon, and you have no idea how mad it makes Oregonians to hear people say OR-EE-GONE, it's pronounced OR-EH-GIN kinda like organ but different, saying oreeegon just sounds stupid, rant over

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