There are some places that are more terrifying than others.
Here are some of the most horrifying hot spots in Arizona.1.
Maricopa County, Arizona—Pine Creek Ranch in Pinal County, home to the popular Pinal Playa.
The Maricottas were known for the extreme nature of their terrain, including the Pine Creek Ranch, where the area was known for its many trails.
There are no trails in the park.
The only way to access the trail is to climb up a large boulder.
In 2018, a small fire caused the entire park to close, but the fire was brought under control before it spread.2.
Mariposa County, Georgia—Pig Creek Ranch near Atlanta.
The Pig Creek Ranch was known as the “Hollows of Georgia,” a place where the land is so deep and rugged that it has become known as a desert.
The famous “Pig Rock” is where visitors can watch giant snakes from above, as well as hear the roar of a nearby thunderstorm.
It is the only place in Georgia where snakes can be found.3.
Maritza County, Alabama—Marlow Mountain near Birmingham.
The maritza is located in Maritzas foothills, where it is a natural and unspoiled place.
The land is also home to several historic sites, including a fort that was built by the Revolutionary War soldiers.4.
Macon County, Mississippi—Moor’s Peak in Macon, a popular hot spot.
This hot spot is popular with the locals, as it is the oldest peak in the South and is often considered the most dangerous place in Mississippi.
The area is home to a number of historic landmarks, including an 1857 steamboat landing in the Muddy Creek, the last time the area saw a steamboat.5.
Marshall County, South Carolina—Pilgrim Rock in Fayetteville, the first peak in South Carolina.
In the 1700s, Pilgrim Rock was used as a staging area for ships that went to and from the Indian Ocean.
It was the last remaining peak of its kind in the world before being destroyed by fire in 1869.6.
Marion County, Indiana—The Summit in Fort Wayne, where many of the state’s best attractions are located.7.
Montgomery County, Virginia—Myrtle Point, in Hampton Roads, the site of the old Grand Hotel and the National Memorial.8.
Muskogee County, Oklahoma—The Grand Hotel, which is located on the banks of the Brazos River in the Oklahoma City area.9.
Mount Hood National Forest—The Red River Gorge in Mount Hood, Oregon.10.
Montgomery, Alabama–Pinnacle Point in Montgomery, a hot spot for the local and national wildlife.11.
Murray County, Idaho—Red Rocks National Park in Red Rocks National Monument.12.
New York City—The Brooklyn Bridge and Liberty Bell.
The New York Times has called it the world’s most iconic bridge.13.
Orange County, California—Avalanche Peak in the Santa Ana Mountains.14.
Payson County, Wyoming—Teton Lake, in the Grand Canyon.15.
Pine Bluff County, Arkansas—Tegons Summit in Pine Bluffs.16.
Redding, California–Mule Lake, a favorite hot spot in Redding.17.
Rio Grande Valley, Texas—The Bakersfield, California, area, where some of Texas’s best rock climbing is located.18.
Rockland County, New York—The North Fork of the Tiber River, where a large, old stream runs through a gorge.19.
Russell County, Ohio—Rising Mountain in Hamilton County.20.
San Antonio, Texas–The Banderas Mountains, home of the Texas Longhorns, home basketball team.21.
Scottsdale, Arizona–Crescent Point on the Rio Grande River, known as The Big Muddy.22.
Scottington, Georgia–Denny’s Pub in Scotts Valley.23.
Sedona, Arizona–The Salt River Falls, home for the world famous rock climbers, including Phil Plait.24.
South Carolina, South—The Blue Ridge Mountains, the largest mountains in the country.25.
Tennessee, South–The Bluegrass State Park in Chattanooga.26.
Tennessee Valley Authority—Hwy.
19 in Tullahoma, where traffic is restricted due to the Blue Ridge Trail.27.
Texas, West—Texas Motor Speedway, the home of NASCAR.28.
Tennessee Mountain National Monument—The Mt.
Rainier Mountain in Tennessee.29.
U.S. Virgin Islands—The popular beach resort of Key West, a vacation spot in the Caribbean.30.
Virginia Beach, Virginia, U.K.—A popular destination in Newport News, Virginia.31.
Washoe County, Washington—The Sea of Cortez in Washoe.32.
Washington, D.C.—Tall Ships in