Friday, May 8, 2015

Natural Wonders of the US that will Inspire

Arches, UT
  • The national park preserves land that’s home to over 2,000 of these weathered sandstone arches.

Black Hills, SD
  • Harney Peak (pictured at top), within the Black Hills National Forest, is the highest east of the Rockies.

Crater Lake, OR
  • Collapsed volcano, now a deep blue lake in southern Oregon.

Death Valley, CA

Grand Canyon, AZ
  • A mile down from the canyon’s rim, the Colorado River is still cutting.

Carlsbad Caverns, NM
  • The caverns’ “Big Room” is the third largest cave chamber in North America.

Hubbard Glacier, AK
  • Where Hubbard Glacier meets the sea, its 6-mile-wide face calves huge blocks of ice.

Redwoods, CA
  • The tallest trees on the planet hide out in a few remaining tracts of Northern California’s old-growth coastal forests.

Mammoth Cave, KY
  • Mammoth Cave National Park protects a portion of the longest known cave system in the world.

Monument Valley, UT
  • The sandstone buttes of Monument Valley stand like towers in the Four Corners region of the Western US.

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