The Million Dollar Highway, with its treacherous terrain and beautiful scenery, is known as one of the most beautiful highways in the United States. When we drove to Silverton, it was raining heavily and there were rocks rolling down the mountain. We had to be super cautious when driving, but the scenery really made the trip worthwhile.
Telluride's gondola is one of the city's highlights. It connects Telluride in the valley with the mountain village at the top of the mountain, offering the possibility of a wide range of activities in the surrounding area. The gondola is the best place to overlook the majestic San Juan mountains and beautiful scenery along its route, and its long running time makes it very convenient for guests visiting both areas.
We walked up the wooden walkway and soon reached the top of Isla Batolomé. From here, the most iconic views of the Galápagos are all in front of us. Isla Batolomé is shaped like a pear, with a long stalk that runs deep into Sullivan Bay. The pointy Pinnacle Rock are located on one side and are only then revealed in their full glory.
Puerto Egas, Santiago Island. The erosion created many rock stacks along the shore, some of which are more than half a meter high. They have this layered swirling structure. The dark lava stack with the unique shape covering large area as far as the eye can see. The view gives a rather supernatural feeling.