The Grand Canyon, formed by the Colorado River over millions of years, is a huge, iconic wonder. It's up to 18 miles wide, a mile deep, and 277 miles long.
Yellowstone, the world's first national park and UNESCO site, hosts wildlife, hot springs, and scenic views. It boasts the most geysers on Earth.
Niagara Falls, a stunning waterfall on the U.S.-Canada border, has three falls, stands 167 feet tall, and flows at 85,000 cubic feet per second.
Redwood National and State Parks are a UNESCO World Heritage Site that protect the tallest and oldest trees on Earth, living over 2,000 years.
Glacier National Park is a stunning wilderness area that preserves over a million acres of mountains, glaciers, and wildlife with 700 miles of trails, 25 glaciers.
Zion National Park is a stunning place with rock cliffs, canyons, and rivers. It has various habitats from deserts to forests and offers challenging hikes.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that showcases the power and beauty of volcanoes. It has two active volcanoes.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the top U.S. park, a UNESCO site, with 800+ square miles of mountains, waterfalls, and wildlife.
Everglades National Park, a UNESCO site, safeguards the largest U.S. subtropical wilderness with diverse ecosystems and endangered species like American crocodiles.
Denali National Park covers 6+ million acres, featuring North America's tallest peak, Denali, soaring to 20,310 feet in a remote and wild landscape.
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