How would you rank these states rank in terms of natural beauty? Which ones are worth visiting the most?

How would you rank these states rank in terms of natural beauty?
Which ones are worth visiting the most?

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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Most of Nevada is empty. It's very pretty in the mountains around Reno, but the best outdoor stuff is on the California side of Lake Tahoe. You really have to watch for bears around Reno/Tahoe if you camp. They are a nuisance. There is some good hiking in Vegas, but unless you have week to kill, Red Rock is the only thign worth spending a day to do around vegas.

    Utah is amazing any time of year. Zion, Bryce, and Arches of 3 of the best national parks in the US. Utah is fricking gorgeous all year. I'd probably avoid it in July and August because of the heat and the crowds in the parks. Utah is definitely a top tier outdoor state.

    Arizona is amazing from October-May. Avoid that shit when it's hot. It's not as pretty as Utah, but you do have the Grand Canyon. And everything around Sedona is gorgeous.

    Colorado is top tier, but it's fricking huge. Driving in the winter is treacherous. Skiing has gotten so expensive in Colorado that it's cheaper to fly to Europe from the US to ski than go to Breckenridge. The drive from Durango through Silverton and Ouray to Telluride is one of the best roadtrip routes I've ever done in the US.

    TLDR: All are worth visiting. Go to Utah in the Winter. Colorado or Arizona in the Fall. Lake Tahoe in the summer.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Zion, Bryce, and Arches of 3 of the best national parks in the US
      >ignoring Canyonlands
      wienersucker.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Ive never done Canyonlands. I'll get around to it eventually, but it's just so fricking far out in the middle of nowhere. By the time most people get to Moab and do Arches, they just aren't going to drive into Canyonlands. There's literally no facilities in the park, so you really have to haul in a lot of shit if you're doing an overnight mutli-day trip. It's also not dog friendly.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >it's just so fricking far out in the middle of nowhere
          It's an hour from Arches you homosexual.
          >most people get to Moab and do Arches, they just aren't going to drive into Canyonlands
          Most people are fat plebs, who cares what they do?
          >There's literally no facilities in the park
          Post breasts.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Tbf the Needles District is actually pretty far from town, but man, oh man is it beautiful

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              I was talking about Needles when I said an hour. Island in the Sky is only 30 minutes from Arches.

              Island in the Sky has better views but Needles has almost no visitors so you don't have to go far to get it all to yourself.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      I feel like I wrote this myself.
      Also props for no mention whatsoever of New Mexico. It's got some cool nature but so does everywhere else in the west and the place just sucks in too many other ways.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        New Mexico is pretty great if you just avoid the poorest areas

  2. 6 months ago
    Cult of Passion

    Garden of the Gods, Colorado.

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    1. Utah
    2. Colorado
    3. New Mexico
    4. Arizona
    Distant 5th. Nevada

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    1. Utah
    2. Colorado
    3. Arizona
    4. New Mexico
    5. Nevada

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    nevada doesnt even look like it fits in with the others on that map.

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Colorado = Utah > Arizona > New Mexico >>> Nevada (just go to California lol)

  7. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Colorado>utah>arizona>nevada>new mexico
    quality of life in northern colorado is incredibly high compared to the rest of the country

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Colorado is pretty shit. There is no "northern colorado" like the gay said. It's either suburban sprawl or some remote winter towns not really worth a hoot.
    Look, buddy. If you want to take the non-normie route and are too impotent to plan your own trip. You can mess around on the rim of the Grand Canyon. Which side? I don't give a frick, but there is a hidden village down there somewhere. Explore the Northern Arizona forests for unexpected kino around the Rim as they call it. That will lead you into Apache land (idk never been but good luck) and you can come out into the underrated New Mexico alpine national forests which will certainly enchant you. I hate Colorado so damn much but horny blonde SLC women are my fantasy. Nevada you got to be joking but some bawd did invite me to her house after I ran around some random barren rock trail with her outside Vegas.

  9. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'd say the mountains and hot springs in Utah are the best but visiting red rock canyon in Nevada is the cheapest and easiest option.

  10. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Colorado=Utah>Arizona>New Mexico> Nevadą

  11. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Colorado is pretty insane, but after just spending the last week in south-central Utah, I'm pretty blown away. I think it's a toss-up depending on what you're looking for, but I will post some Utah pictures to show you what you can expect.

    1: Little Grand Canyon

  12. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    2: San Rafael Swell
    (This is a frickin rest stop on the interstate)

  13. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    3: Waterpocket Fold / Capitol Reef

  14. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    4: Henry Mountains / Capitol Reef
    (It's worth noting that this picture is taken from the exact same location as the one I just posted, #3, just turned my camera 90 degrees.)

    Anyway this is just one small area of the state, there's so much more mindblowing landscapes.

  15. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Northern New Mexico is actually extremely beautiful. Drove up from Santa Fe to Colorado once during the early spring and it was amazing.

  16. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Utah has the best overall beauty because it has the Rocky mountains like Colorado, canyons like Arizona, wild west chapparal like New Mexico, and part of Nevada's weird hellscape basin all in one + it's own orange martian scenery & mormons. So it's by far the most interesting.

    Colorado's kinda overrated in terms of natural beauty because half of it is basically flat like Kansas. Wyoming is better for mountain majesties. Don't get me wrong, all of them are pretty, but it's really just big mountains.

    Arizona's Grand Canyon is not something to overlook but it is concentrated in one place; as for the rest, it's basically New Mexico except for the saguaro cacti but that's just in one place too. It's also getting very urbanized like Colorado so it ruins it.

    Nevada is underrated because it has the "great basin" which is not something to go out of the way for because it's just weird hellscape with some glowie shit, however, there's hardly any houses so it's just pure wilderness covering 90% of the state so it's cool. But very remote.

    New Mexico is fairly rated because it's pretty but gets outshined by the others. It's just mostly desert. If you're not from the desert, it would be cool. I thought it was the first time I went. But nothing in particular really sticks out. It's less populated too so you get less build up and more scenery. New Mexico is the perfect name for this state because it really just feels like you are in northern Mexico.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      >nothing sticks out for NM
      Gila catwalks
      Tent rocks
      hundreds of hot springs
      white sands
      various petroglyph hikes
      Ahsheslepah geologic area
      NM is pretty based tbqh

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