White Pocket, Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona
White Pocket is a one-square-mile wonder within the 459-square-mile Vermillion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona, just south of the Utah-Arizona border. It is part of the Paria (Pa REE ah) Plateau and is composed primarily of swirling formations of Navajo Sandstone. It takes a three-hour-drive from Kanab, Utah by 4WD vehicle to reach. It is only a mile away from The Wave, an even more famous formation requiring winning a lottery to visit. I've already failed to win it three times. I'll keep trying.