USA June 18, 2019
These Are The Most Colorful Places In America And They’re Dazzling
There’s no denying that America is filled with vibrantly colorful sites from sea to shining sea. Whether you’re after a mesmerizing hot spring, ruby-hued canyons or fields of rainbow blooms, here are a few of the most colorful spots in the country.
1. Cargill Salt Ponds, California
These vibrant ponds in San Francisco are used to produce salt, but they look like beautiful paint spills.
2. Diablo Lake, Washington
Located in the North Cascades, Diablo Lake gets its otherworldly turquoise hue from suspended stone dust.
3. Antelope Canyon, Arizona
This slot canyon on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona is a landscape of curving stone that glows with rich hues of orange, scarlet, purple and gold.
4. Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
This hypnotic spring may be deadly to the touch, but it looks like a slice of gemstone laid into the floor of Yellowstone National Park.
5. Antelope Valley, California
Antelope Valley is a place of almost magical beauty when the poppies are in bloom. Visit in April for the best chance of seeing the flowers at their best.
6. Fall Foliage, Vermont
The forests of Vermont transform into a spectacular display of fiery reds and shining golds when fall weather sweeps through New England.
7. Steptoe Butte State Park, the Palouse, Washington
Steptoe Butte is a quartz island in the Palouse hills of Whitman County, Washington. The park is known for its mesmerizing "sea" of colorful grass and undulating landscape.
8. Willow City, Texas
When spring comes to Willow City in Texas, the bluebonnets come to life. The town's wildflower loop drive is absolutely gorgeous.
9. Rainbow Row, Charleston, South Carolina
Rainbow Row is a cheerful strip of buildings in Charleston that boast dazzlingly painted fronts.
10. Oneonta Gorge, Oregon
This emerald gorge feels like something straight out of Middle Earth.
11. The Painted Ladies, San Fransisco, California
These iconic homes are a San Fransisco landmark, not to mention a place of pilgrimage for fans of the T.V. series Full House.
12. Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington
These stunning tulip fields burst into bloom every year and draw visitors from across the globe.
13. Aspen Trees, Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Fall in the Rocky Mountains is an entirely unique natural wonder. The aspen trees that coat the mountainsides turn an almost unbelievable shade of yellow.
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