Flathead Lake, Montana, U.S.A.
How deep do you think this is? I suppose you wouldn’t have guessed 370 feet. It’s deeper than average depths of the Persian Gulf and oh so stunning!
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Emerald Pools, The Subway, Zion National Park, Utah, U.S.A.
Zion National Park is one of the most stunning places on earth. This is a vista from one of the hikes inside the park. Blue and Green pools tucked inside a cavernous rock that got it’s name “Subway” because it feels like one. But exercise caution, because like all things beautiful, the Emerald pools are dangerous. In fact the most dangerous places within all of Zion National Park.
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Canadian Rock Pool, Canadian Rockies, Canada
It is hard to find scenery more stunning than the Canadian Rockies!
Outside of the U.S. in Turkey, Greece, Chile and the Philippines!
Natural Pool, Thassos Island, Greece
Marble Caves, Chile
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