Spooky Gulch, Utah - Located off the aptly named Hole-in-the-Rock Road in Coyote Gulch, southern Utah, Spooky Gulch is so-called because so little sunlight is able to reach its sandy, streambed bottom. No wider than 15 inches in most places.
The West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon, (between Sedona and Flagstaff). There are a number of reasons why West Fork is the most popular trail on the Coconino National Forest. You'll know some of them once you've strolled beside the pleasant little stream that
Ball Pyramid - the world’s tallest sea stack. It is the remains of a shield volcano formed about 7 million years ago, located southeast of Lord Howe Island in the Pacific Ocean. Ball's Pyramid is part of the Lord Howe Island Marine Park in Australia.
10 Geological Wonders you don't know A red-rock stunner on the border of Arizona and Utah, The Wave is made of sand dunes that have turned to rock. This little-known formation is accessible only on foot via a three-mile hike and highly regulated.