Credit: Sarun Laowong/Getty Images Bryce Canyon national park – Utah, US The Wall Street Trail of Bryce Canyon has its own skyscrapers: ponderosa pines. Chasms in the rock are formed when water freezes and expands, creating alleys up to 60 metres deep
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia: Plitvice Lakes National Park is a haven of breathtaking views. The contrast of bright blue and green creates gripping visions for the imagination. It’s no less amazing in winter, when some of the lakes freeze.
Sandstone Cliffs in Zion National Park - Utah. Zion’s sandstone cliffs—in hues of creams, pinks, and reds—reveal clues to the geologic events that were important in shaping this national park, the first established in Utah, USA.