Canyon usually refers to a narrow and deep valley, which is famous for its precipitousness and is also one of the rarest natural landscapes in the world. Let's take a look at the five most beautiful canyons in the world.
1. Color Canyon, Egypt
In Egypt, Sinai Peninsula was once underwater. In the meantime, layers of beautiful seafloor sediments have been formed, each with different color and slightly different texture. Millions of years of water waves, wind and sun have formed a 30-meter-high Canyon, leaving layers of color on the walls. It is a very popular tourist destination.
2. Vino Canyon, Australia
In Australia, the blue mountain is the location of many slit canyons. In Carigini National Park, you will find a narrow path with impressive iron stones. There is even a beautiful natural pool - handrail pool hidden between the narrow walls. The walls of vino Canyon feel very smooth. It is a good place for many climbers.
3. Witch Canyon, American
In 1871, a photographer found this emerald-green witch canyon near dales, Wisconsin. A plank road has been built in the witch Valley to facilitate tourists to pass through this beautiful canyon. In some places, the path is so narrow that it can touch both walls of the canyon at the same time.
4. Buckskin Gulch, American
The main entrance to the lost ancient city Petra, which is a long and narrow canyon with a span of 1.2 kilometers and generally no more than 3 meters. Although most of the valleys are formed by water erosion, this special Canyon is the result of tectonic forces splitting geological faults.
5. Antelope Canyon, American
Antelope Canyon is the most popular and photographed Canyon in the southwest of the United States. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful canyons in the world. The formation reason is the erosion of Navajo Sandstone caused by mountain torrents. Especially in the monsoon season, rainwater will enter the wide basin above the canyon crack, accelerate and take away the sand when entering the narrow channel. After a period of time, the channel is eroded deeper, and the smooth edge becomes smooth, forming a flow shape in the rock.