California is one of the most beautiful places to visit. It is so beautiful that it has some of the things you can never find in any other part of this world. Below are some of the most beautiful places in California some people don’t even know exist:
This place has the best hikes you will ever go on as it is usually a ladder hike through a narrow and refreshingly cold gorge. The place gets its name from its walls which are washed with reds, pinks, grays, greens, and browns especially when you first pull into the canyon.
The seven teacups
This place is regarded as one of the coolest natural wonders of the Sierras and is one of the world’s most canyoneering challenges. To climb the seven teacups, you need ropes and stuff to climb it.
The best thing about Burney falls is that you don’t have to worry about looking for a good day to see the falls. This is because of the fact that the falls flow continuously thanks to underground springs that feed into them from above. The falls are located within McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, a good place for fishing, hiking, and camping.
Do you want to see an oasis? Then this is a place that you should visit. Here you will find a bubbling stream located in the middle of a canyon preserve. The oasis keeps a cluster of thousands of palm trees green all year long. It is regarded as one of the largest fan palm oases in the world.
Even though this place may not have a good smell due because of the presence of sulfur, the scene is made beautiful by the active steam vents, boiling mud pots, and color stained soil and rocks found in this largest geothermal area in Lassen volcanic national park.
The place was named after Kendall Vanhook Bumpass, a miner who slipped into a mud pot in Bumpass hell in the 1860s and had to have his leg amputated after suffering major burns.
You are guaranteed to see a rainbow if you time it right. Midday is usually the best time to get some good rainbow pictures as this is the time when the sun is high in the sky. The length of the hike to get there usually varies and it all depends on where you park. However, you should figure at least a 3-mile round trip.