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    16 Truly Interesting Places In The US That Belong On Your Post-Pandemic Travel List

    From waves made of red rock to nude hot springs, the US has it all.

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    1. Badlands National Park — South Dakota

    Lined rock formations leading to green plains

    2. Crestone — Colorado

    Rainbow over jagged grey mountains

    3. Marfa — Texas

    4. Bonneville Salt Flats — Utah

    Flat, white earth leading to mountains with a blue sky overhead

    5. Washington DC

    6. Asheville — North Carolina

    Highway leading to a tunnel in the middle of fall

    7. Finger Lakes Region — New York

    8. The Wave — Arizona

    a hiker walking on a red rock that looks like a wave

    9. Crater Lake National Park — Oregon

    Beautiful blue lake with an island in the middle

    10. Travertine Hot Springs — California

    11. Everglades National Park — Florida

    a river surrounded by lush trees

    12. Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness — Minnesota

    Person canoeing at dusk in flat waters

    13. Area 51 — Nevada

    Area 51 sign on a chain-link fence

    14. Taos Pueblo — New Mexico

    Multi-tier adobe home in the mountains

    15. New Orleans — Louisiana

    16. Mount Rainier National Park — Washington

    Water and tree-covered hills leading to snow-covered mountain

    Any amazing spots we missed? Share your US bucket list destinations in the comments below.

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