6 Secret Spots in the U.S. So Stunning You Won't Believe They're Real

In fact, Fort Bragg has three of these glass beaches, all of which are conveniently reachable on foot.

Glass Beach (Fort Bragg, California)

This tiny lake is situated in the Imperial and Coachella valleys of California, immediately above the San Andreas Fault.

Salton Sea (Imperial and Riverside Counties, California)

The canyon is surrounded by tiger-striped hills in the distance, creating an absolutely surreal scene.

Petrified Dunes (Snow Canyon State Park, Utah)

Look no farther than Kitch-iti-kipi, which translates to "big spring" in Ojibwe. It's a wonderfully unusual place to visit.

Kitch-iti-kipi (Palms Book State Park, Michigan)

The brilliant hues of its walls, derived from iron deposits, glowed through the canyons in all seasons.

The Wave (Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona)

Thor's Well, a hidden gem on the Oregon Coast, is owned by travel blogger We Dream of Travel.

Thor's Well (Yachat, Oregon)

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