Bryce Canyon National Park

Hoodoos, also called Earth Pyramids, Fairy Chimneys, and Tent Rocks, are thin and tall spires of rock that are naturally…

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Grand Canyon National Park

“There will never be a photograph of the Grand Canyon that can adequately describe its depth, breadth, and true beauty.”…

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Kings Canyon National Park

Sequoias are among the world’s hardiest trees and have bark so thick that they can be resistant to flames. They’re…

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Arches National Park

Million years ago, the surface of an expansive salt bed underwent extreme climate changes. Debris from Ocean waters and flood…

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Yellowstone National Park

A spring, whose center reaches 199 degrees Fahrenheit (93 degrees Celsius), is well-known for its distinctly fascinating, multicolored appearance. From…

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