Top 10 Beautiful Valleys of the World: All love to be with nature. The adorable mountains, magnificent lakes, green forests, and inspiring hills and beautiful valleys – are all the scenic beauties of the world. The most beautiful valleys are popular for lakes, waterfalls, and streams. They are the wonders of the world. The inspiring valleys are the places which make us comfortable with their flora and fauna, attractive flowers and astonishing waterfalls. Here is the list of the most beautiful valleys and they provides you the chance to view the nature and know the nature very closely.
10. Barun Valley, Nepal
The Barun Valley is located at the bottom of the Mount Makalu in the district of Sankhuwasabha, Nepal. And this most beautiful lies inside the Makalu Barun National Park, which was established in the year 1992. It is said that the valley was formed by the Barun River which becomes a floe in the winter season. And if you go there you can enjoy the calm valley and the national park. The Barun Valley offers you the magnificent panorama of colourful flowers, the craggy rocks that rise from the lush green forests and all. The valley and the surrounding places are uninhabited. And it is entirely covered by grassland. The valley is visited by the tourists to enjoy the beautiful high waterfalls.
9. Kalalau Valley, Hawaii
Lies on the north-west side of the island of Kauaʻi in the state of Hawaiʻi, the Kalalau Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys you must visit. It is a very peaceful valley and is undisturbed by the noises and pollutions of the vehicles. You cannot reach there in any of the automobiles and the only way to reach there is by kayak or by hiking the Kalalau Trail. And so it is going to be an adventurous and exciting trip you ever have done. Hiking the Kalalau Trail is also popular, but the trail is about 11 miles long, quite strenuous, and can be dangerous at parts. The Kalalau valley’s bottom is broad and relatively flat. Only a limited number of people is permitted to the valley at a time, as it is conserved in an excellent manner by the authorities of that region.
8. Lotschental, Switzerland
This valley is situated in the astonishing country Switzerland. It is considered to be the largest valley on the northern side of the Rhone valley in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. The valley Lotschental is around 30 km long. High and inspiring mountains surround the valley. The mountains that envelope the valley are Bietschhorn, Wilerhorn, Petersgrat and the Hockenhorn. The valley is open, and you can enjoy the beauty as much as you like. The Lotschental valley nestles between the Bernese and Valais Alps in the UNESCO World Heritage Site Jungfrau-Aletsch. There are a lot of villages near the valley, and it has about 1500 inmates.
7. Harau Valley, Indonesia
The Harau Valley is one of the most startling valleys which is also called as Arau Valley. It lies in the province of West Sumatra in the country Indonesia. The valley is renowned for its variety of wildlife. Here dozens of waterfalls tumble down from 80 to 300 meters height into the valley below, cut by the Batang Arau River. The one of the famous waterfalls in the Harau Valley is Bunta Waterfall. According to a theory, the Valley was formed as a result of the a tectonic fracture on an ancient land, with parallel rivers running through it. The Harau Valley is sometimes known as the Yosemite of Indonesia. The magnificent landscape and its calmness interrupted only by the calls of the macaques and the chirping of birds, make the Harau Valley the perfect place to enjoy the nature.
6. Valley of Ten Peaks, Canada
The Valley of the Ten Peaks is a beautiful valley surrounded by ten notable peaks and the Moraine Lake. The valley was named by an explorer Samuel Allen, who referred to them by using the numerals from one to ten in the Stoney First Nations Language. Recently the three of the mountains were renamed in honour noteworthy individuals, including Allen himself. It is situated in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. From the valley, you can enjoy the awe inspiring ten peaks. It is the third highest mountain in the Rockies. The Moraine Lake is a crystal clear blue lake, which flows in grandeur.
5. Simplon Valley, Italy
The Simplon Valley is located between the ranges of Pennine and the Lepontine and is a valley of the Alps. The valley is very popular as it is situated between the two countries Switzerland and Italy. The valley is famous for the largest mountains surrounded, and they are Weissmies, Lagginhorn, and Fletschhorn. The Mount Leone is the highest summit near to the valley. This valley is the one valley that is located in the south of the Alps. A significant pass in the valley is the Simplon, connecting Brig to Domodossola.
4. Romsdal Valley, Norway
One of the most stunning valleys in the world, Romsdal Valley is a valley that is situated in Norway. In between the valley the beautiful Rauma River flows. It is a long valley that covers the Rauma Municipality in Møre Og Romsdal county and Lesja Municipality in Oppland county. The valley consists of an unstable rock that is above the valley. The Romsdalsalpene mountains enclose both the river and the Romsdal Valley, including the mountains Store Trolltind, Store Venjetinden, Trollryggen, and Romsdalshornet.
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3. Haa Valley, Bhutan
The Haa Valley spreads over an area of 1706 square kilometers, and it goes through the districts of Paro, Chhukha, and Samtse in Bhutan. The valley is known for its old tradition, i.e., for its animist tradition. Haa valley is culturally rich and is one of the most charming places in the world. It attracts a lot of visitors from all over the world as it adequately represents the folk culture, legends, and shamanistic rituals. The valley gives you the most natural panoramic sceneries.
2. Nubra Valley, India
The valley has an altitude of about 10,000 feet. It is a tri-armed valley located to the north east of Ladakh valley. It is situated about 150 Km from the town of Leh. The river Shyok meets the valley Nubra or Siachan River and forms a broad valley that divides the Ladakh and Karakoram Ranges. It is one of the most visited valleys in the world. Nubra is a high altitude cold desert with rare precipitation and scant vegetation except along river beds. The climate and the atmosphere of the valley will make your very pleasant. There are inhabited villages around the valley, and their primary occupation is agriculture.
1. Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
The most stunning valley Lauterbrunnen is situated in the village of the same name in the country Switzerland. This valley has every reason to be on the top of this list. The gigantic rock faces and the large mountain peaks and the waterfalls add beauty to the Lauterbrunnen valley. The valley and the village are known for the seventy-two thundering waterfalls. The magnificent landscape of the valley inspires you, and you can witness the nature at its peak. The famous poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe visited the valley, and was motivated by the roaring waters and wrote his well-known poem ‘Spirit song over the waters.’