In America, Mother Nature certainly didn't pull any punches with her creations, which include everything from enchanted desert mesas to forested river valleys and whisper-thin barrier islands. You could even say that she was especially heavy-handed in the way that she distributed the American scenery. You can't accuse us of not making an effort, but the natural splendor that can be found in each of the 50 states is so vast and astounding that it's practically impossible to make sense of it all. This is a completely subjective list that we have compiled of the most beautiful places in each state in the United States.
Alabama: Magnolia Springs
In this tiny coastal community located along the Magnolia River, the mail is still brought by boat despite being the country's last remaining year-round river trap the cat mail delivery service. The town received its name, which dates back to the late 1700s, because of the natural features that can be found there, including bubbling springs and a canopies of magnolia trees.
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve is located in Alaska.
Alaska is one of the few states that manages to capture the imagination of the general public. And Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, which is the largest national park in the United States, encompasses the breathtaking beauty of the far north with its 13 million acres. This park contains some of the highest peaks in the country, and hiking here takes you through a boreal forest, along glittering glaciers (the Root Glacier trail goes right on the icy mass; crampons are recommended), and up to ridges for wild mountain views.
Arizona: Grand Canyon National Park
What can we say? The Grand Canyon is without a doubt the most breathtaking location in all of Arizona. Even though breathtaking natural scenery can be found in every region of the state, from the mystical Canyon de Chelly to the enchanted Emerald Cove, nothing quite compares to the majesty of Arizona's most famous natural attraction: the Grand Canyon.
Within this natural wonder of the world, Havasu Falls (also known as Supai Falls) provides a striking contrast between the red rock and its water, which appears to be an impossible shade of turquoise. Additionally, Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River is an incredible sight that should not be missed.