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Los 10 Valles más hermosos y alucinantes del mundo gafas de sol Valley ULLER


The 10 most beautiful and amazing Valleys in the world

First things first…

What is a valley?

By definition a valley is “a level terrain of lower level than the one that surrounds it; an extension of land whose waters flow into a river and is delimited by mountains or ranges”. For us at Uller® a valley is undoubtedly synonymous with inspiration and a work of nature that we certainly love to admire and visit.

Conceptually speaking, a valley or valley is a geographical feature with a depression or plain located between the slopes of the mountains, through which the waters flow from a river or ice from a glacier. A whole form of V or U that are theoretical but that in the end ends up being combined; The V-shape is the action of fluvial courses, such as current rivers or watercourses that existed in the past, while the U-shaped valleys are due to the action of current or current glaciers. extinct, which when they disappear will form and create the different types of valleys.

The Valleys are a source of inspiration.

This natural formation is incredibly fascinating! You can definitely see how nature works and shows us all its splendor, creating the valleys. beautiful formations that make our planet an interesting place to see, feel, live, and venture. Would you like to venture into some of the most beautiful valleys on our entire planet? Keep reading and discover the 10 most beautiful and amazing valleys around the world!

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Lauterbrunnen Valley (Switzerland)

With 72 waterfalls, the valley that inspired the poem "Song of the Spirits over the Waters" by Johann Wolfgang von Goeth, is called “Lauterbrunnen” translated from Swiss literally as: “Noisy sources”. Completely covered and covered by alpine meadows and wooden houses, it is known as one of the largest nature reserves in Switzerland. In the Lauterbrunnen Valley, in fact, is the Staubbach Waterfall, one of the most famous in the world: located in the stream that bears the same name , whose water falls from a height of 300 meters from the valley and flows into the river Lütschine, a river in the Rhine basin. It is quite a characteristic monument: the Staubbachfall!

Let there be no doubt that The Lauterbrunnen Valley is one of the largest reserves in Switzerland. In short, Lauterbrunnen is known for being one of the most impressive U-shaped valleys in the Alps, between giant rock walls, towering mountain peaks, impressive waterfalls, cozy corners wooded decks, red alpine meadows and mountain inns for the perfect romantic getaways.

Do you already know her? Specifically Lauterbrunnen is located in the administrative district of Interlaken-Oberhasli.This Swiss commune is made up of the towns of: Eigergletscher, Gimmelwald, Isenfluh, Mürren, Stechelberg and Wengen, most of which are known as winter sports resorts. In Wengen, for example, several stages of the Alpine Ski World Cup have been held. The commune of valley is located in the Bernese Oberland region, near the historic city of Interlaken. It is bordered to the north by the communes of Saxeten, Wilderswil, Gündlischwand and Lütschental, to the east by Grindelwald, to the south by Blatten (Lötschen) (VS) and Fieschertal (VS), and to the west by Kandersteg, Reichenbach im Kandertal and Aeschi bei Spiez.

Another deafening natural spectacle is offered by the Trümmelbachfälle waterfalls inside the “Schwarzer Mönch” mountain, hidden behind impressive rocky walls. On it fall every second up to 20.000 liters of water for the ten glacial waterfalls with a total height of about 200 meters, admirable only in the tunnel cable car in summer times.

Without a doubt one of the most beautiful valleys on our entire planet!


Yosemite Valley (California)

What athlete doesn't know or hasn't heard of Yosemite Valley, in California? Formerly, Yosemite was an area inhabited by different aboriginal tribes until the mid-19th century. Finally, it was established as a National Park in 1890, thus becoming one of the top ten in the world.

Today, Yosemite is a valley known worldwide for its plunging waterfalls and grand granite rock slopes. It is a location with more than 3,029 square km and an elevation ranging from 600 to 4,000 meters and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. It attracts approximately four million visitors a year, although only a few thousand are climbers. The Yosemite Valley is located in California, USA.USA, and is integrated into Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada. Its fauna and flora is privileged, as well as its panoramic views, waterfalls, waterfalls, lakes of glacial origin, granite rock formations and its iconic giant sequoias make it an impressive tourist attraction, especially for adventure lovers and climbing big rocks (Big Wall Climbing).

Climbers in all their facets will find their place in Yosemite, from the most beginner to the most experienced. So don't worry, there is something for everyone! You can get lessons on-site by signing up with the Yosemite Mountaineering School and Guide Service, who offer hands-on classes for beginners, intermediates, and advanced people who haven't tried climbing in Yosemite before. There you can rent all the necessary equipment and also participate in informative seminars. For the more advanced adventurers, there are the more advanced rocks. The large granite rock formations you find in Yosemite are truly massive walls, and normally take several days to climb. The preparation is arduous and the summit enchanting in all its peaks, but the most challenging vertical rocks to climb are El Capitan, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls and Glacier Point.

Without a doubt, Yosemite Valley is the most impressive granite mecca found between these great walls of California. This place has become a benchmark for rock climbing and also a perfect place to break new records and see new climbers grow. Every climber who travels to Yosemite arrives with the dream of completing the climbing route he longs for. For many it has become a rite of passage and for others an annual tradition. Do not hesitate to go and be inspired by him as much as we are.

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Valley of Ten Peaks (Canada)

Located in the province of Alberta, specifically in Banff National Park, Canada, Valley of the Ten Peaks invites you to savor the Gypsy Leap. a block of Quartzite rock where a great variety of mountains meet, specifically, the Ten Peaks ( "Valley of the Ten Peaks"). Its name is received by the explorer of the region Samuel Allen, inspired precisely by those ten impressive peaks that literally surround him, most of which exceed 3.000 meters high.

It is also home to Moraine Lake, one of the most inspiring and most visited lakes in the world; its total area of ​​half a square kilometer acts as a mirror for its spectacular landscape with a characteristic and simply spectacular blue tone.

From east to west, the ten peaks that compose it are:

  • Mount Fay, 3,235 meters high.
  • Mount Little, 3,088 meters high.
  • Mount Bowlen, 3,072 meters high.
  • Tonsa, 3057 meters high.
  • Mount Perren, 3,051 meters high.
  • Mount Allen, 3,310 meters high.
  • Mount Tuzo, 3,246 meters high.
  • Deltaform Mountain, 3424 meters high.
  • Neptuak Mountain, 3,233 meters high.
  • Wenkchemna Peak, 3170 meters high.

If you are already considering visiting it, the valley can be easily reached due to its proximity to the Icefields Parkway, which runs through the national park. All the beauty of nature!


Benasque Valley, Huesca

The Valle de Benasque (Valle de Benás) is the epicenter and heart of the Pyrenees; This valley from Aragonese and Ribagorza (from the Aragonese Pyrenees) is located in the current region of Ribagorza, in the upper section of the Ésera river basin.

The Valley of Benasque has become in recent decades the Mecca for mountaineers who enjoy climbing its prodigious peaks. And it is that it has the privilege of being one of those that houses the largest number of 3000-meter-high peaks in the Pyrenees, distributed in three groups of peaks around the Maladetas, Posets and Perdiguero massifs.

Its more than 30 towns are incredible synonyms of high-Aragonese architecture, including beautiful buildings and Romanesque churches. The Benasque Valley forms a geographical unit delimited by the entire upper basin of the Ésera river, the "Aigüeta Mayó", until it leaves it forming a narrow canyon, the Ventamillo Gorge, which pierces the Sierras Pyrenean exteriors of Chía and Abi or Arbi and Turbón, which close the valley to the south. The unit is structured in three parts geomorphologically, differentiated and distributed among 7 municipalities that group 26 localities:

  • Part 1. Benasque-northern.

Corresponds to the upper half of the Ésera basin in the valley and coincides with the municipalities of Villa de Benasque (with the towns of Benasque, Cerler and Anciles) and Sahun (with the towns of Eriste, Sahun and Eresué).

  • Part 2. Benasque-medium.

It represents the lower half of that basin and includes the terms of Sesué (Sesué and Sos), Villanova, Chía and Castejón de Sos (with this locality, Liri, Ramastué and El Run).

  • Part 3. Benasque-southern.

Corresponds to the municipality of Bisaurri. It is geographically formed by the basins of the last two tributaries on the left side of the Esera River, the Urmella and Rigabas ravines.

Among its most desired privileged peaks, with more possibilities and climbed by different routes, are those of the Agujas de Perramó with about 2,600 meters of altitude, without forgetting other peaks of great attraction for mountaineers such as Tucas de Ixeia , Turmo, Batisielles, Jean Arlaud peak, Paul needle, or Bardamina peak. Are you already deciding to visit it? Without a doubt, an ideal option in Spain!


Barun Valley (Nepal)

Do you already know the Barun Valley? The Barun Valley is a Himalayan Valley that lies entirely within the Makalu Barun National Park. It is located at the base of Mount Makalu in the Sankhuwasabha district of the Asian country of Nepal.

Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world and along the way its presence graces the trail. Trekking the Barun Valley is still under the radar for most travelers visiting Nepal. So you'll have much of the trail to yourself as you hike for days through pristine scenery.

In the Barun Valley we notice stark contrasts all around, with tall waterfalls, lush rocks rising from lush green forests, and colorful flora beneath snow-white peaks. Yet despite its splendorous scenery, this hidden Himalayan Valley is one of the least developed places in Nepal.

In the heart of the Makalu-Barun Valley National Park is where the best adventures begin, because it is an established area for trekking guides who are super cool.

It is full of contrasting landscapes, and as you say, no two days are the same in this Valley. Soaring waterfalls tumble into deep gorges, while lush forests nestle alongside massive rock outcroppings. At higher altitudes, you'll find alpine flowers blooming in sprawling rocky fields.

Much of the route is completely uninhabited and requires camping in tents. Sleeping outdoors under the shadow of the Himalayas adds an extra dimension of excitement. You will have a closer experience with Mother Nature. Understand that you are not separate from nature, but coexist with it.

As the trail ascends from broadleaf forests to montane terrain of shrubs and grasslands. By embarking on this journey, you will learn about the rich diversity of plants and animals of the Barun Valley. Enjoy one of approximately 3.000 flower plants. Plus, keep an eye out for some of the 440 species of birds, the endangered snow leopard, red panda, musk deer, wild boar and much more.Unique species of this region, the scientific community has classified it as a "living laboratory" essential for scientific research.

In the surrounding areas we find the Yangle Kharka (3.600 meters), an alpine meadow decorated with waving prayer flags. Here are some shelters, or you can choose to sleep under the light of the stars and the moon.

In these areas you can practice hiking throughout the year. However, in the spring (from March to May) and in the fall (from September to November) there is the best weather. During the spring, there is a bit more color and the rhododendrons are in bloom, and in the fall months, the skies are often clearer.

Which locations can be visited if you take an excursion:

  • The highest mountain peak in the world.
  • Nature, landscapes and waterfalls.
  • Intact trekking route in Nepal.
  • Wildlife, people, cultures, food, lifestyle.
  • Visit to the World Heritage site in Kathmandu.

Do you dare to join this great adventure in the Barun Valley?

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Harau Valley (Indonesia)

The Harau Valley is one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Specifically, we find it located on the road between Pekanbaru and Bukittinggi. The landscapes that the Harau Valley offers us is truly impressive; It consists of a vast area of ​​canyons and rock formations with forests and rice fields in between.

To get there it is necessary to take a bus from Bukittingi to Payakumbuh and continue to the town of Harau, from there in vehicles such as taxis and motorcycles they take you there, where you can go directly to your accommodation and then take a walk around the area. It's small enough to explore on foot, cycle through to see the picturesque canyons and rock formations of the Harau Valley, as well as waterfalls on the cliffs. There are two famous waterfalls, Aka Bearayun and Sarasah Bunta. Sarasah Bunta is more beautiful and natural than Aka Berayun.

The activities that you can do include hiking in the mountains or, as we already said, renting a bicycle and enjoying the views and bathing in the hidden waterfalls.

For its part, right there in this area, we find the Echo Homestay, which is the ideal place to find souvenir gifts and souvenirs for yourself or for your loved ones at home, because you will find some items, such as key chains and t-shirts with Special designs that are not bad at all for the truth. The gastronomic experience in this town is also excellent if you feel like eating something out. However, you should keep in mind that there are some small shops and restaurants at the entrance of the valley, but as you go further into the rural roads there is nothing. it is best to stock up on food before you arrive.

It is one of those experiences that you can only describe if you go yourself so. We invite you to enjoy the world and visit one of the most beautiful valleys in the world!! Tell us when you return!


Siurana Valley, Tarragona

The Siurana river valley is one of the most attractive and emblematic places in the Priorat region. Ciurana de Tarragona (officially Siurana or Siurana de Prades), is itself a Spanish town located in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia, in the lower part of the Sierra de la Gritella, in the Priorat region. Access is via a gorge guarded by the ruins of an Arab castle, one of the most beautiful villages in the country, perched on a huge rock and surrounded by the Estopiñá torrent.

All this accompanied by a magnificent panoramic view of the Siurana river valley and its reservoir. In addition to its beauty, it is tremendous to watch climbers on the vertiginous cliffs. This valley is truly impressive and one of the most beautiful in the entire country. The river forms amazing landscapes, for example the rock of Siuranella, the Salto de la Reina Mora, and also all the cliffs of Arbolí, which right now are highly recognized by climbers who visit it for sports in wild nature. In addition to all this natural landscape, the town of Siurana de Prades, built on top of a hill overlooking the entire valley, is definitely worth it. What are you waiting for to take a look at it on your next getaway?


Nubra Valley (India)

The Nubra Valley (Nubra Valley) is one of the most beautiful Valleys in the entire world. We find it located in northern India, specifically, about 150 km north of Leh, the capital city of Ladakh.

Access: Khardung La from Leh, where you first cross the Valley of the Shyok. To enter the Nubra Valley you must cross the Shyok River via a small bridge and pass a military checkpoint. Take into account that it is necessary to have a pass for the "Internal Line" that allows access to this region.

In the Nubra Valley we find many small towns with a lot of picturesque air that give life to the valley, such as the villages of Sumur, which has a Buddhist gompa, and Panamik, which, for its part stands out for its hot springs. In the Shyok Valley we can also locate two villages accessible to foreigners, Diskit and Hundar: in Diskit there is a very active gompa located in a prominent place, and Hundar has its attractions, among which are the exotic bactrian camels, dunes, mountains and snowy peaks. And it is that Ladakh -the "Land of the High Passes"- is one of the most impressive areas of the Indian Himalayas. Lying between Pakistan, Tibet and the Chinese province of Xinjiang and the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, it forms the eastern part of the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir. North of Leh, the "capital" of Ladakh, lies a remote and starkly beautiful enclave cradled by rugged mountains: the Nubra Valley (often abbreviated to simply Nubra), a lock of dirt on the very scalp of India.

As we mentioned before, the region actually comprises two valleys: Nubra and Shyok. Its two rivers originate in the middle of the remote peaks and valleys strongly glaciated of the Karakoram mountain range. The Nubra joins the Shyok in the heart of the region, near Diskit, before flowing west into Pakistan to join the mighty Indus. A real beauty to explore and be inspired by! Overlooking the wide valley of the Shyok River, prayer flags crown a small watchtower on the austere hillside of Diskit Monastery.

Most of the boundaries of Ladakh, comprising gigantic mountains, gazing valleys and vast uninhabited hinterlands, can appear almost impenetrable on a map. However, for centuries, great caravans of wool and cloth, opium, spices and furs, coral and turquoise, gold and indigo negotiated various routes and their dangerous passages, mainly between Leh and Yarkand (in China). The trade, already withering, finally died in the late 1950s, when China largely sealed its borders. After decades of obscurity punctuated by geopolitical spasms - still a sensitive border area - low-profile tourism has gradually pumped more visitors and money into Nubra. And as the number of tourists visiting Ladakh every year increases, more are being tempted to go the extra mile and come here.

Some of its salient features are still a bit out of reach - the Siachen Glacier, for example, is the second longest in the world outside the polar regions - but without a full expedition, it's little likely to get close to him. Siachen is sometimes said to be the highest and coldest battlefield on the planet. The journey to Nubra along what is considered the highest motorized highway in the world. The road, which ascends from Leh and the Indus Valley, officially crosses the Khardung La Pass, at 5,602m, although this height is now disputed and the accolade is probably incorrect.

Entering the Shyok Valley through the village of Khardung, the distant villages and their patchy fields add a human touch to the muscular landscape and vast vistas. You do find large and very pretty houses nestled between poplar groves and barley fields! All Nubra settlements occupy ledges of land above rivers. What awaits us in that valley? A couple of old Buddhist monasteries, a handful of mostly feral camels grazing on a strip of dunes at the bottom of the valley, opportunities for walking and hiking, and a long drive through the Shyok Valley can easily fill several days of exploration.


Valley of the Moon (Chile)

Valle de la Luna refers to the mountain parks distributed among Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. It is a vast expanse of land that covers the area of ​​these three neighboring countries. Its landscape is very particular and thousands of tourists from all over the world come to appreciate it every year. The vegetation is sparse, the variety of colors in its soils is impressive and the shapes of its mountains, hypnotic.

In Argentina, for example, Valle de la Luna is located in a protected area located north of the province of San Juan, home to a paleontological reserve of considerable importance, due to what it means for them a great treasure within the scientific community. Calculations about the age of its geological formations point to a minimum of 180 and a maximum of 230 million years. It would be impossible to appreciate all the features of the Triassic period chronologically anywhere but here!

Despite the fact that it is an area dedicated to scientific research, there is undoubtedly the possibility of taking a guided tour on board a vehicle, the route of which consists of stopping at strategic points, with the aim that visitors are educated and informed about the structure, as well as its history that can last up to three hours. If not, then the bike ride will be very pleasant. And it also has a museum where a guided tour service is also offered; in this case, concepts about fossils in general and their extraction are taught.

For its part, Cerro Morado, the chimney of an extinct volcano Valle de la Luna , gives those who wish to climb the opportunity to observe the landscape from a privileged point of view. Be sure to visit this, one of the most beautiful and active Valleys in South America!


Monfragüe Valley, Cáceres

Monfragüe, the old Mons Fragorum, is a rough valley, and quite a spectacle of nature worth visiting and admiring. It is one of the best preserved Mediterranean forest areas in the entire Iberian Peninsula, a true paradise for nature lovers and birdwatchers. Monfragüe comes from the name that the Romans already gave it, "mons fragorum" which means dense mountain or steep relief. It is the heart that gives life to the entire region.

You can find it located at the confluence of the Tagus and Tiétar rivers, it is an area of ​​18.000 hectares declared, National Park.

In order to speak correctly of this Valley we must mention its fundamental figures: the Biosphere Reserve and the Monfragüe National Park, of which this region occupies the western part, both always with a sustainable development with a responsible use of natural resources Monfragüe National Park is known for being one of the most attractive places for bird watching, some of which are in danger of extinction. It also has a lot of very varied vegetation, highlighting three main ecosystems: Mediterranean forest/scrub, meadows and rivers/reservoirs.

In the same way, keep in mind that you are in a protected space and that there are a series of rules that we should all follow in order to help its conservation.

In the Park and in the Reserve there are multiple natural viewpoints from which to observe the landscape and the predominant fauna in the environment. The Salto del Gitano or the Mirador de La Tajadilla are usually the most visited. v!! What stands out most about this valley is the vegetation, the fauna (especially the birds), and the flora, quite a spectacle!! Are you going to miss it?

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