8 Mesmerizing Beaches You Should Visit During Winter!

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Last Updated on November 6, 2020

4. Lofoten Islands, Norway

Some places are worthy of becoming a timeless painting. The Lofoten Islands in Norway fit the picture! Even though days are short in Norway, the landscape and mountains of Haukland Beach will leave you speechless. It’s also a great spot to camp and enjoys the northern lights. Just make sure you find a high place with a beach view. You never know when a sneaky wave might appear! Other beaches that are also incredible and super photogenic are Uttakleiv, Storsandnes Beach, and Myrland.

5. Lake Tahoe, California

Tourists may enjoy this lake during the summer, but in the wintertime, Lake Taho becomes a ski resort for people who enjoy skiing in snow-capped mountains while enjoying beautiful views at the same time. Besides, you can even stay at those amazing, cozy cabins in the middle of the forest, which only add more magic to this incredible place. This lake is equally as beautiful during the summer as it is during the winter, so if you live near, we advise you to check it out during different seasons!

6. The Oregon coast

If you’re feeling like going for a road trip, Oregon’s 363 miles of coastline is a great weekend plan to do with your friends or partner. From going on a treasure hunt to the Haystack Rock, visiting the remains of a shipwreck in Fort Steven State Park, or hiking along the beach of Ecola State Park. The Oregon coastline has many activities to offer, which is why we advise you to go there during a big weekend. Some cozy hotels that you can stay in are the Hallmark Resort located in Cannon Beach or the Cannery Pier Hotel in Columbia River.

7. The Great Lakes, Canada

If you’re looking for a cinematic experience, go on a trip to Canada and visit the Great Lakes during winter. Even though these lakes are famous destinations during summer, they’re almost deserted during winter, which makes the ambiance even better for those curious enough to visit during colder days. If you consider yourself someone who appreciates nature and art, the Great Lakes shores and forest, covered with snow and the amazing accidental ice sculptures that naturally forms around the edges of the lakes, will make you grab your camera and photograph everything until there’s no memory left in your card!

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