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Located on the shores of Lake Huron, near Michigan, many people even dont know about this place existing on earth. This amazing rock is one of the most beautiful places in nature you will ever see. One of the little-known wonders of Huron County, this place is really a paradise. Turnip Rock is one huge amazing shaped rock which got that mushroom shape because of tidal erosion. The only way to reach to this beautiful and amazing piece of nature is by boat or kayaks

Located on the shores of Lake Huron, near Michigan, many people even dont know about this place existing on earth. This amazing rock is one of the most beautiful places in nature you will ever see. One of the little-known wonders of Huron County, this place is really a paradise. Turnip Rock is one huge amazing shaped rock which got that mushroom shape because of tidal erosion. The only way to reach to this beautiful and amazing piece of nature is by boat or kayaks

Took this picture while kayaking during a light snowfall last Tuesday. Des Plaines River - Illinois - Imgur

Took this picture while kayaking during a light snowfall last Tuesday. Des Plaines River - Illinois - Imgur

Tugela Gorge Hike, Drakensbergs, SA

Tugela Gorge Hike, Drakensbergs, SA

Worlds best Hikes,15 classic trails, not pinable http://adventure.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/trips/best-trails/world-hikes/#/kungsleden-sweden_35791_600x450.jpg

Worlds best Hikes,15 classic trails, not pinable http://adventure.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/trips/best-trails/world-hikes/#/kungsleden-sweden_35791_600x450.jpg

Paragliding along the Aurlandfjords    A fjord is a long, narrow bay with steep sides, created in a glacially carved valley that is filled by rising sea water levels. The seeds of a fjord are laid when a glacier cuts a U-shaped valley through abrasion of the surrounding bedrock by the sediment it carries. Many such valleys were formed during recent ice age when the sea was at a much lower level than it is today. At the end of the ice age, the climate warmed up again and glaciers retreated.

Paragliding along the Aurlandfjords A fjord is a long, narrow bay with steep sides, created in a glacially carved valley that is filled by rising sea water levels. The seeds of a fjord are laid when a glacier cuts a U-shaped valley through abrasion of the surrounding bedrock by the sediment it carries. Many such valleys were formed during recent ice age when the sea was at a much lower level than it is today. At the end of the ice age, the climate warmed up again and glaciers retreated.

Half underwater view of a mountain biker crossing a stream. New Zealand. - Photo by Chris McLennan

Half underwater view of a mountain biker crossing a stream. New Zealand. - Photo by Chris McLennan