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You haven't lived until you see the 37 Most breathtaking views on Earth #3
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Chichilianne, Rhone Alpes, France

The breathtaking Mont Aiguille is nearly 7,000 foot tall and offers amazing views of the French Prealps.

Phraya Nakhon Cave - Thailand

Phraya Nakhon Cave can be found in the stunning Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park. The wondrous cave consists of two caverns, illuminated by the collapsed roofs. The site was adored the royal King Chulalongkorn, who built the pavillion inside.

Corcovado Mountain - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


Home to the famous Christ the Redeemer, the peak of the Corcovado Mountain offers one of the most unique looks at the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro. It also gives you a breathtaking look at the famous Sugarloaf Mountain, which sits to the southeast of the city.

A dog enjoys the view from a 5000m peak in the Himalayas

The climate of the Himalayas ranges from tropical at the base of the mountains to permanent ice and snow at the highest elevations. This pup is literally looking down at warmer weather.

Light breaks through a grove of trees in Northern Oregon

Photographer David Thompson captured what he called "Mysterious Hallways" when he snapped this view through poplar trees in gorgeous Northern Oregon.

Barrientos Island, Antarctica


One of the few ice-free areas of Antarctica, the Barrientos Islands offer a rare look at a thawed Antarctica. It’s often a popular stop for Antarctic cruise ships.

Mount Kilimanjaro viewed from Amboseli, Kenya

40,000 tourists climb Mt. Kiliminjaro each year, and that doesn't include porters, cooks, and guides that make the climb at their sides.

Rainbow over Lake Louise from the top of Mt. Fairview - Alberta, Canada

Lake Louise is an epic glacial lake within Banff National Park. The water is an elegant emerald colour because of minerals found in the water.

Autumn in the Swiss Alps

The average Swiss person takes 9650 steps a day, walking almost 5 miles, while the average American takes just 5117 steps a day – only about 2.5 miles. Walking and hiking is a way of life in Switzerland. When you see a view like this, is it any wonder why?

At Distractify, we think you should find new places to dream about every single day. We're hanging out on this big, beautiful planet, and we only have so little time to see all the beauty it has to offer.