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8 places across america that look straight out of sci-fi

Antelope Canyon

For many visitors, walking through Antelope Canyon in Arizona feels like stepping onto another world, where the smooth, wave-like walls of sandstone curate a maze of light and shadow.

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Badlands National Park

The rugged beauty of Badlands National Park transports visitors to what seems like an alien terrain, with its sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires emerging from the vast, mixed-grass prairie.

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Badwater Basin

In the heart of Death Valley National Park, the surreal salt flats of Badwater Basin stretch out like another planet’s surface, offering a stark and mesmerizing beauty that is both desolate and captivating.

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Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve

The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is a marvel of contrasts, where the tallest dunes in North America rise dramatically against the backdrop of rugged, snow-capped mountains.

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Bryce Canyon National Park

Located in Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park, with its forest of towering hoodoos and irregular columns of rock, creates a dramatic and unique landscape.

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Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park, with its vibrant red sandstone formations, is a landscape ablaze with color, especially when the sun’s rays hit the valley at dawn and dusk.

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White Sands National Park

Amidst the rugged landscape of New Mexico, White Sands National Park stands out as a mesmerizing expanse of glistening white gypsum sand dunes, creating a landscape that feels like its from a ethereal world.

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Mammoth Cave National Park

Delving into the depths of Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky, you embark on a journey through the world’s longest known cave system, a place of profound mystery and beauty.

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