Created by the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon is a world famous landmark and attraction that draws in many visitors each year. With a depth of more than one mile, length of close to 280 miles and width of 18 miles, this is a place that you must visit if you want to enjoy unique natural beauty.
Situated north of the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend is a popular natural attraction and amongst the most photographed areas along the Colorado River. Named after its horseshoe shape, this has become an iconic landmark and a very popular choice for those who enjoy hiking.
When you pay a visit to Monument Valley in Utah, you can enjoy stepping back in time and into the Old West. Untouched by commercialism, rugged and wild, this is a place where you can take in a range of fascinating monuments along a 14 mile dirt road as well as soaking up your unique surroundings.
The highest mountain peak in North America, Mount McKinley is truly a sight to behold. This towering mountain rises to around 18,000 feet and the peak has been known as Denali for many years. However, in 2015 the name of the mountain itself was changed to Denali.
Mammoth Cave is the world’s longest cave system and is part of the Mammoth Cave National Park. This is a great place to explore if you are looking for a unique experience, as you can explore the many chambers and labyrinths. You can also enjoy the beauty and recreational opportunities at Mammoth cave National Park.
Winter is great but by the time January rolls around, everyone is thoroughly disgusted with wet snow, dirty slush, and chilly winds. Instead of being wet and cold, we dream of strolling in a lush, flower-filled garden on soft grass with perfumed breezes...