The Most Stunning Natural Attraction in Each State

Alabama: Stephens Gap, a cave in Woodville with a 143-foot pit, popular for hiking and photography.

Alaska: Mendenhall Ice Caves, located inside the 12-mile-long Mendenhall glacier, accessible by kayaking and climbing.

Arizona: The Wave, a unique sandstone rock formation on the Utah-Arizona border, known for its surreal appearance, requiring a 3-mile hike and permit.

Arkansas: Whitaker Point, offering scenic views of Buffalo National River, with a 2.9-mile trail in Ozark National Forest.

California: Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake with ever-changing colors, surrounded by mountains on the California-Nevada border.

Colorado: Maroon Bells, iconic peaks in Aspen, known as the most photographed mountains in the Rockies.

Connecticut: Kent Falls, a quarter-mile series of falls dropping 250 feet, located in Kent Falls State Park.

Delaware: Great Cypress Swamp, covering 50 square miles, a bald cypress grove and habitat for at-risk bird species.