Nahuel Huapi National Park is the oldest national park in Argentina, established in 1934. It surrounds Nahuel Huapi Lake in the foothills of the Patagonian Andes, and encompasses nearly 2 million acres.
The park's wild lands are absolutely stunning, with huge lakes, rivers, waterfalls and soaring mountains. Getting here is tough. It's in south Argentina and bordered by Chile on its western side. There aren't any huge cities nearby and the terrain is pretty rough.
Utah is pretty awesome when it comes to landscapes. There's so much open space, surrounded by ridiculously cool rocks, canyons and water features. Arches National Park on Utah's eastern side is absolutely stunning.
There's nothing quite like the view from the top of the Grand Canyon. Pictures can not even do it justice. My first trip there I was in complete awe, I've never seen anything so unique and breathtaking.
The Canyonlands in southeastern Utah, near Moab and Arches National Park, are a Mars-like landscape of stunning and striking red rocks. I'm in another world when I look out at the Loop or the Red Cliffs Lodge.