Incredible Natural Attractions in the USA 

Admire the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon, north of Phoenix, Arizona, is one of the nation's most spectacular sights. The Grand Canyon National Park Service says this canyon is one mile deep, 18 miles broad, and 277 river miles long. Grand Canyon National Park has 1,218,375 acres.

Enjoy Niagara Fall

Niagara Falls cascades where Lake Erie empties into Lake Ontario. Niagara Falls is a shared attraction between northern New York and Canada. The oldest U.S. state park is Niagara Falls State Park. 

Watch Old Faithful Erupt

Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho is a good candidate for a single US national park. Yellowstone, the world's first national park, has stunning mountains, canyons, the Yellowstone and Snake Rivers, living and petrified woods, and abundant wildlife.

See Denali's High Peak

Denali, the tallest peak in North America and the US, is 20,320 feet (6,194 meters). It's one of the "Seven Summits," the highest summits on each continent, including Mount Everest in Asia and Mount Aconcagua in South America. 

Visit Monument Valley

Monument Valley, with its sandstone buttes, mesas, and spire rock structures in the Colorado Plateau, is a haunting American Southwest scenery. The area includes the Four Corners where Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico meet.

Hike Devils Tower

Devils Tower is a 1,267-foot rock formation that rises impressively above the Wyoming grassland. President Theodore Roosevelt declared it the first National Monument on September 24, 1906. 

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