Author Archives: Bradmin

Canyonlands

Canyonlands National Park is an enormous area consisting mainly of rugged land. The Park has plateaus and canyons impressed by the Green and Colorado Rivers. The Park has one of the most demanding whitewater rapids and 4×4 roads in the world. Biking and hiking trails and other adventures are also available. Located in southeastern Utah, USA, the Canyonlands National Park, ... Read More »

Yosemite National Park

The Yosemite National Park covers a wide area of 761,268 acres. In 1984, the park was considered as a World Heritage Site. The beautiful sights in the park entice millions of tourists to visit the place every year. Among the famous places of attraction in the park are the groves of giant Sequoias, granite cliffs, waterfalls and tranquil streams. The ... Read More »

Yosemite Falls

The Yosemite Falls is the highest falls in North America. It has a total height of 2,425 feet from the top to the bottom portion of the falls. The famous Yosemite Falls is made up of three unique sections. The upper falls have a measurement of 1,430 feet. There are trails from the valley and other areas of the park, ... Read More »

Xel-Ha

Xel-Ha came from the Mayan language, which means “spring water”. This beautiful natural wonder is an eco-archaeological place. It is considered as a huge open sea aquarium because of the diverse species of sea creatures found in it. Moreover, Xel-Ha offers exciting recreations that nature lovers will adore. Aside from the ecological wonders and attractions, Xel-Ha is home to superb ... Read More »

Waimea Canyon

Waimea Canyon is frequently called as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific because of its massive area that is home to many natural wonders. The canyon is huge, as it measures 10 miles in length and 3,000 feet in depth. The name of the canyon means “reddish” in Hawaiian. The canyon got its name for the reddish soil that has ... Read More »

Smokey Mountains

The Smokey Mountains are a range of mountains in North America. They form a part of the Blue Ridge Physiographic Province. They are sometimes called “Smoky Mountains”, and the name is often shortened to “Smokies”. The mountains are part of the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. The park aims to protect and to preserve the beauty of the Smokies. The ... Read More »

Sistema Ox Bel Ha

Sistema Ox Bel Ha came from the Mayan language, which means “three paths of water”. It is a cave system located underwater. This coastal cave has layers of freshwater that flow on top of seawater; thus, the water results to a halocline or a mixing zone of water with unequal densities. The halocline at the Sistema Ox Bel Ha measures ... Read More »

Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park is named after the giant sequoia trees that are very common in the park. Since the park was first established, which was in 1890, many tourists visit the place because of the picturesque sights and relaxing ambiance. The park covers a wide land area of 404,051 acres. The Sequoia National Park is composed of a front country ... Read More »

Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park is a famous park in the U.S, which features outstanding views of the mountains, hiking trails, campsites and a variety of environments such as forests and tundra. The park was first established in 1915, and it is governed by the National Park Service. The Rocky Mountain National park covers a huge area that measures 265,770 acres. ... Read More »

Peyto Lake

Peyto Lake is a glacier-covered lake that has a shimmering turquoise color. Massive mountains surround the lake, thus creating a picturesque scene. The towering peaks surrounding Peyto Lake are Mount Jimmy Simpson, Peyto Peak, Caldron Peak and Waputik Range. The bright color of the lake is caused by the glacial rock particles that flow in the water, particularly during the ... Read More »