Last Updated on March 27, 2021
The Denali national park is the home of North America’s tallest mountain, the Denali Peak. It’s a world-famous destination for mountaineers, hikers, and travelers who like the challenge and discovery since it has been ascended for the first time in 1913. This 20,310-foot tall mountain has attracted nature admirers and sightseers for so many years, and not only climbers. They know it is worth it. If you’re planning to visit, you can drive yourself or take one of the buses available to take visitors to the peak, but you should know that there is only one road that goes through the park.
4. Arches Park
Driving or cycling your way to the Arches National Park, you ought to know that it has a density of natural stone arches higher than any other places in the world. The park is home to a number of natural stone arches that exceeded 2000. It can be your home too where you will enjoy some peaceful quality times to chill, relax and enjoy the view—feeling bored? The park offers you various hiking trails that you can hit in 15 minutes or 5 hours, your choice! There are Ranger-led tours available in all seasons too. Don’t forget to enjoy that 18 mile road winding its way through the park when you first arrive, driving or cycling.
5. Dry Tortugas
It’s a group of seven small islands strung out across the waters of the Mexico Gulf. The Dry Tortugas’ quiet, peace and history are what makes them unique and a great choice for that vacation. Grab that book you wanted to read for so long and enjoy it on the beach with the natural real sound of the waves as your soundtrack. But don’t miss the chance to swim or fish, they can be relaxing too! If you feel like discovering the history of the islands, you can visit a huge coastal fortress, which is unfinished but was used as a prison during the Civil War; it’s called Fort Jefferson. But other than that, the beauty and the quiet will make you forget everything and relax in peace.