There are numerous places to visit in the world, thing is, half of them are man-made. Don’t get me wrong, it’s fun going to theme parks, arcades and all but there are still some of us who appreciates the work of Mother Nature more. Hence, this week in 10MostToday, we give you 10 Startlingly Impressive Natural Places to Visit in California
1. Vernal Falls
Found in the Merced River, Vernal Fall is 317 foot high. The fall has a local name of Yan-o-pah which means Little Cloud.
2. Emerald Bay State Park
Lake Tahoe, California. The state park is one of the National Natural Landmark.
3. Cathedral Peak
Yosemite National Park. Cathedral Peak is a part of Cathedral range of mountains.
4. Mirror Lake
Also located in Yosemite National Park. Mirror Lake has become a “seasonal lake” and is the only remnant of a larger glacier lake.
5. Mt Shasta
The mount itself is already scenic more so when viewed from a lavender field located on its north side feet.
6. Glass Beach
This beach is quite unusual because it has plenty of sea glasses that are believed is resulted from years of dumping garbage into the coastline.
7. Pfieffer Beach
Sycamore Canyon Road, Big Sur California. Pffeifer Beach is famous for its great view of the sunset.
Famous for its unusual landscape of shallow salt water.
9. Glacier Point
This is the place to be to get the most view of Yosemite National Park.
10. Death Valley
One of the hottest sand dunes in the whole world but still famous for both tent and RV campers.
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Great article! Alabama Hills near Bishop, California is another natural wonder. It has been featured in many old western movies. Also the picture you have of Mirror Lake in Yosemite….is not of Mirror Lake…probably another lake.
Thanks for informative sharing.