Top 10 Wonders of the West
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Yosemite National Park
Nestled within the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Yosemite National Park greets nearly 4 million visitors each year.
Arches National Park
Centuries of wind and water have sculpted the Utah sandstone into over 2,000 natural arches at Arches National Park.
Millions come to Death Valley year-round to soak in the sun, hike and take in the beauty of this vast, open landscape.
Just 90 miles off the coast of Los Angeles, the Channel Islands have 177 miles of coastline with rocky cliffs and beaches.
East of Portland, OR, the Columbia River region has one of the highest concentrations of waterfalls in the United States.
Yellowstone National Park
The first US national park, Yellowstone has 2.2 million acres of mountain scenery, animals and endless natural beauty.
Redwoods National Park
Roughly 300,000 visitors come to Redwoods National Park each year to experience the grandeur of the giant redwoods.
A magnificent example of erosion, the Grand Canyon was formed by water cutting through rocks for millions of years.
Since its last eruption 250 years ago, the beautiful Mount Hood volcano has been a paradise for hikers and skiers.
Carlsbad Caverns consist of 30 miles of vaulted halls and maze-like passages adorned with dazzling formations.