Travelling will give you plenty of opportunities to take in the most magnificent views in America.
The USA is a country of hugely diverse terrain, which makes it a fantastic place to search for life-changing views.
Prefer urban peaks or natural spring pools? America has both, and everything in between!
Yellowstone National Park is full of nature’s wonder and it’ll leave you in absolute awe.
The best part of the park is probably the Old Faithful Geyser.
The geyser looks almost multicolored because of the rock formation and the sheer depths on the spring.
Take a trip up America’s tallest tower if you want the very best view of the Chicago skyline.
The whopping 108 story building has a glass floor for those brave enough to stand on it!
The Willis Tower is super affordable too – only $20 per person. The view really is worth it.
Washington DC boasts some of the country’s most iconic monuments, so it’s well worth exploring.
The city is especially stunning at night, and easily has one of the most magnificent views in America.
The best view of the National Mall and the Washington Monument is from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Venture into the Alaskan wilderness and you’ll find Denali, the tallest mountain in North America.
The huge peak towers well above the treetops and hugs the edges of Wonder Lake. It’s a stunning view!
There’s no other mountain in the whole of the USA that even comes close to Denali’s breathtaking beauty.
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Fransisco is one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
The bridge was built way back in 1937 and is the focal point of the whole city.
You can walk, cycle, or drive across it, but however you take it in, make sure you grab a photo or two!
Standing on the edge of the abyss and looking down will take your breath away.
The Grand Canyon’s Horseshoe Bend is one of the most photographed locations on the planet and rightly so.
If you fancy taking in The Grand Canyon by helicopter, our friends at Trek America have got your back.