16 Places In California You Have To See Before You Die

Places In California You Have To See Before You Die

1. Mono Lakemono-lake-california_2Mono Lake is a large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, California, formed at least 760,000 years ago as a terminal lake in an endorheic basin. The lack of an outlet causes high levels of salts to accumulate in the lake.

2. Cypress Tree Tunnel, Point ReyesCypress Tree Tunnel Point ReyesHere’s a popular location for professional photographers that is just as cool for us amateurs. It’s a tunnel of Monterey cypress trees on the Point Reyes.

3. The Last Bookstore, Los AngelesThe Last Bookstore Los Angeles
The Last Bookstore is California’s largest used and new book and record store. Began in 2005 in a downtown Los Angeles.

4. Sequoia National ParkSequoia National Park
Sequoia National Park is adjacent to Kings Canyon National Park in California’s southern Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s known for its huge sequoia trees, notably the General Sherman Tree dominating the Giant Forest. The underground Crystal Cave features streams and striking rock formations. Moro Rock is a granite dome offering sweeping park views. Nearby is the Tunnel Tree, a toppled tree cut to accommodate the road.

5. Salton SeaSalton Sea
The Salton Sea is a shallow, saline, endorheic rift lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault, predominantly in California’s Imperial and Coachella Valleys.

6. Poppy Fields, Antelope Valleypoppy fields antelope valley
Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve is a state-protected reserve of California, USA, harboring the most consistent blooms of California poppies, the state flower.

7. Horsetail Falls, Yosemite National ParkHorsetail Falls, Yosemite National Park
Horsetail Fall, located in Yosemite National Park in California, is a seasonal waterfall that flows in the winter and early spring. The fall occurs on the east side of El Capitan.

8. Los Angeles County Museum of Artlos angeles county museum of art
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is an art museum located on Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile vicinity of Los Angeles. LACMA is on Museum Row, adjacent to the La Brea Tar Pits. LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States.

9. Glass Beach, Fort BraggGlass Beach, Fort Bragg
Glass Beach is a beach in MacKerricher State Park near Fort Bragg, California, that is abundant in sea glass created from years of dumping garbage into an area of coastline near the northern part of the town.

10. Wave Organ, San FranciscoWave Organ, San Francisco
The Wave Organ is an sculpture constructed on the shore of San Francisco Bay in May 1986 by the Exploratorium.

Through a series of pipes, the Wave Organ interacts with the waves of the bay and conveys their sound to listeners at several different stations. The effects produced vary depending on the level of the tide but include rumbles, gurgles, sloshes, hisses, and other more typical wave sounds.

11. Mystery Spot, Santa CruzMystery Spot, Santa Cruz
The Mystery Spot is a visual illusion–based tourist attraction near Santa Cruz, California. George Prather opened The Mystery Spot in 1941. Visitors of the Mystery Spot experience gravity-defying demonstrations on the short but steep uphill walk.

12. Lava Beds National MonumentLava Beds National Monument
Lava Beds National Monument is located in northeastern California, in Siskiyou and Modoc counties. The Monument lies on the northeastern flank of the Medicine Lake Volcano, and has the largest total area covered by a volcano in the Cascade Range.

13. Big SurBig Sur
Big Sur is a rugged stretch of California’s central coast between Carmel and San Simeon. Bordered to the east by the Santa Lucia Mountains and the west by the Pacific Ocean, it’s traversed by narrow, 2-lane State Route 1, known for winding turns, seaside cliffs and views of the often-misty coastline. The sparsely populated region has numerous state parks for hiking, camping and beachcombing.

14. Joshua Tree National ParkJoshua Tree National Park
Joshua Tree National Park is a vast protected area in southern California. It’s characterized by rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes. Named for the region’s twisted, bristled Joshua trees, the park straddles the cactus-dotted Colorado Desert and the Mojave Desert, which is higher and cooler. Keys View looks out over the Coachella Valley. Hiking trails weave through the boulders of Hidden Valley.

15. Monterey BeachMonterey Beach
Monterey State Beach is a protected beach on southern Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. It extends from the city of Monterey to Seaside. The Seaside end of Monterey State Beach is a popular launch spot for paragliders.

16. Zabriskie Point, Death ValleyZabriskie Point, Death Valley
Zabriskie Point is a part of Amargosa Range located east of Death Valley in Death Valley National Park in California, United States noted for its erosional landscape.

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