Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Wonders of North America

Most interesting wonders in North America.

Cozumel Blowholes

Two blowholes in lava fields. Usually the fountains are not too powerful and visitors often love to stand in them. Location, GPS coordinates: 20.37468 N 86.88159...

The Spout in Newfoundland

An enormous, wave powered fountain in a beautiful natural setting - on the cliffs next to a waterfall of Spout River. Unusual blowhole as...

Spouting Horn at Cook’s Chasm

An impressive blowhole which creates a tall, hissing fountain, when a wave enters Cook's Chasm. The fountain is up to 12 - 14 m...

Thor’s Well

Hole in the rocks at the sea which looks as if the ocean is drained in it. This is some 6-7 m wide hole,...

Depoe Bay Spouting Horn

An interesting, quite active blowhole next to the road. It creates up to 9 m high fountains which often pour on the cars which...

Blowhole on Benson Island

Comparatively small but nevertheless spectacular blowhole. Location, GPS coordinates: 48.88065 N 125.38187 W Categories: Blowholes Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? North America, Canada, British Columbia, at Vancouver Island, Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District,...

Talking Rocks

Sea waves at the end of a narrow chasm have formed a short tunnel in granite and water squeezes through it upwards, like a...

Blow Hole at Tow Hill

This blowhole is up to 8 m high and has formed in volcanic rocks. Gorgeous landscape around Tow Hill - eroded volcanic plug at...

Blowhole in Waianapanapa State Park

This blowhole sometimes produces violent, powerful fountains of sea water. For the most time though it emits a hissing, roaring sound and fountains of...

South Point Blowhole

A sinkhole of sea cave just some 15 m from the shore. Here the volcanic rock has been washed out by powerful waves. During...