9 natural wonders of the United States

9 natural wonders of the United States

Feb 28, 2024

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon, located in the state of Arizona, is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide, and has a depth of over a mile at some places.

Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of the largest ‘almost completely preserved’ ecosystems in North America.

Niagara Falls

Located on the US-Canada international border, Niagara Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in the Northern Hemisphere by volume of flow.

Rocky Mountains

The Rockies are without a doubt one of the most spectacular mountain ranges on Earth.

Giant sequoia and Coast redwood

Giant sequoia and Coast redwood are two very tall tree species found in the state of California. These trees can grow over 300 ft tall.

Hawaiian Islands

The Hawaiian islands are actually exposed tops of an underwater mountain range called the Hawaiian–Emperor seamount chain.

White sands of New Mexico

Located in the state of New Mexico, this gypsum dunefield is the largest of its kind on Earth.

Death Valley

One of the hottest places in the world, the summer temperatures in Death Valley can cross 120°F.

Florida Everglades

The Florida Everglades are the largest subtropical wetland ecosystem in North America.

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