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Domestic Natural Wonders That SeaTac Flyers Should See

Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah

The U.S. is home to some amazing natural wonders – how many of them have you seen up close? Browsing the internet and flipping through the pages of magazines is not the same as visiting these incredible places. If you can see even one natural wonder in the United States, you will be enriched for the experience. It’s time to pack your bags, catch the Aeroparking shuttle to SeaTac Airport, and view at least one domestic natural wonder while the weather is still perfect.

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

This national park is located in the Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico. You can hike over 700 feet down to a nature trail, and you can take a self-guided walk that spans over a mile. At the end of May 2017, you can hear a ranger talk about the bat flight program at the park. The park comprises 119 caves, and three of them are open for public tours. The main attraction is Carlsbad Cavern itself. Explore cave rooms with names like the Balloon Ballroom, Bat Cave, Hall of the White Giant, and King’s Palace.

Big Sur, California

This is a coastal wonder, where the Santa Lucia Mountains can be found rising majestically above the Pacific Ocean. Some of the most spectacular ocean vistas in the state may be seen here, with canyons and meadows that will leave you breathless. Take a walk along Pfeiffer Beach, view the stunning blue water of McWay Falls, and go hiking on the beautifully wooded Old Coast Road. You can also visit a local art gallery and a memorial library. If you want to get the most from your visit, take a nature and wildlife tour of the area.

Niagara Falls State Park, U.S.A.

These waterfalls are 167 feet total in height, and they leave an unforgettable impression. One of your first stops should be the Observation Tower, which offers a panoramic view of the three Niagara Falls. You can take a tour by boat, but be sure to wear a poncho when you do! Dine in a restaurant that provides yet another magnificent panoramic view. Explore the Discovery Center, and take a vigorous hike along one of the local trails.

Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah

Spanning more than 200 feet in length, this bridge is one of the largest natural bridges in the world. Rainbow Bridge is made of sandstone, and it offers a gorgeous view of the area. The surrounding landscape is a combination of canyons, cliffs, buttes, and mesas. If you are an intermediate to advanced hiker, you will likely appreciate the two challenging hiking trails that lead to the bridge.

These are just a few of the natural wonders in the United States. Others include the Grand Canyon, in Arizona; Crater Lake, in Oregon; Glacier Bay National Park, in Alaska; and Badlands National Park, in South Dakota. If you get a chance to explore one of the many natural wonders in the U.S., take it. The trip could be the experience of a lifetime.

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