Most beautiful place you've ever visited??

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  • Humadog21
    Humadog21 Posts: 1,601 Member
    ythannah wrote: »
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    Where is this is beautiful. So green!
  • 5ofseven
    5ofseven Posts: 791 Member
    my mind palace

    Okay, Sherlock
  • ReenieHJ
    ReenieHJ Posts: 9,724 Member
    ythannah wrote: »
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    I want to live there. Or at least visit for a year. Scotland, Ireland, the Nordic countries.....so many places, so little money.
  • Minion_training_program
    Minion_training_program Posts: 13,359 Member
    Most beautifull place so far, the rainforest of LaGomera:

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    Last year i had a trip planned to Nordcape, but that got cancelled for obvious reasons.
    Now we will go there this year (crossing fingers) and also visit the Lofoten Islands to spot Puffin's

    I am hoping to make a picture like this over there, we got a pretty good camera and high zoom lens (heavy as *kitten*)
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    Planning on a 10 hour hike over there to enjoy this view:
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  • ythannah
    ythannah Posts: 4,365 Member
    Humadog21 wrote: »
    ythannah wrote: »
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    Where is this is beautiful. So green!

    That is Brig O'Balgownie in Aberdeen, Scotland
  • ReenieHJ
    ReenieHJ Posts: 9,724 Member
    @Minion_training_program Not sure how I found the Lofoten Islands in my internet browsing but ever since then, I've added Norway to my 'see before I die' list. They look gorgeous and someplace I'd love to live.
  • Minion_training_program
    Minion_training_program Posts: 13,359 Member
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    @Minion_training_program Not sure how I found the Lofoten Islands in my internet browsing but ever since then, I've added Norway to my 'see before I die' list. They look gorgeous and someplace I'd love to live.

    Yeah it's definatly a bucketlist visit country for me
    Also because i have Scandinavian blood

    I do not live that far away (netherlands) but somehow i have only visited Denmark 5 times
  • 5ofseven
    5ofseven Posts: 791 Member
    I suppose I’ve seen more beautiful mountains in Europe but I had a deep emotional connection to these.
    The San de Cristo mountain range in SE Colorado.
    The beautiful Spanish Peaks, Cuchara Valley.
    My parents had a cabin in Cuchara where I spent many, many fun times.
    One of my top 5.

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    @honeybee__12

    I hiked all through the Sangre de Cristo in my growing up years. A big part of the joy I'm experiencing now in the Sierras is tied to the emotions of my teenage years hiking northern New Mexico and southern colorado. I get it, I love that area.
  • Kupla71
    Kupla71 Posts: 1,114 Member
    Banff. I RV’d through there with my family and I couldn’t get over the mountains. Beautiful.
  • honeybee__12
    honeybee__12 Posts: 15,688 Member
    5ofseven wrote: »
    I suppose I’ve seen more beautiful mountains in Europe but I had a deep emotional connection to these.
    The San de Cristo mountain range in SE Colorado.
    The beautiful Spanish Peaks, Cuchara Valley.
    My parents had a cabin in Cuchara where I spent many, many fun times.
    One of my top 5.

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    mvpreylzde0w.jpeg
    3diwvswwcteg.jpeg
    mnx4vu2c72ol.jpeg

    @honeybee__12

    I hiked all through the Sangre de Cristo in my growing up years. A big part of the joy I'm experiencing now in the Sierras is tied to the emotions of my teenage years hiking northern New Mexico and southern colorado. I get it, I love that area.

    How fun to grow up with that back yard!
    I loved it up there in the summer but we went in the winter as well when the ski resort was open.
    They quit getting enough snow and shut it down. :(
    It’s pretty and not so far from Taos, Wolf Creek.
  • stljam
    stljam Posts: 512 Member
    dcresider wrote: »
    We just got back from Iceland in all its natural glory and thousands of waterfalls. It's definitely one of the most beautiful places I've been to.

    Iceland definitely has to be in our top 5
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  • frjanet
    frjanet Posts: 10 Member
    The Taj Mahal, Agra India but Jaipur close second.
  • Bruceapple
    Bruceapple Posts: 2,026 Member
    Chattooga River, Three Forks, in Georgia
  • AmyE26
    AmyE26 Posts: 43 Member
    Snowdonia, Wales.. there are so many beautiful places there I couldn't choose one
  • lx1x
    lx1x Posts: 38,310 Member
    Cape May .. no photo.. took a "clear your mind" weekend ride.
  • Sully8331
    Sully8331 Posts: 18 Member
    Singapore, Japan, Morocco, Bruce Crossing Michigan