Hikers can relax with views of waterfalls and other natural landscapes in Talladega National Forest and the Cheaha Trailhead of the Pinhoti Trail.
The largest tidewater glacier in North America, Hubbard Glacier, thickens and moves toward the Gulf of Alaska.
A Seven Natural Wonder, it has some of the oldest rock on Earth exposed by the Colorado River, which winds through it.
The hottest and driest place in America is Death Valley, with summer temperatures reaching 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
Visitors generally take pictures of the reflected lake and Maroon Peak and North Maroon Peak, two snow-capped mountaintops.
The park is a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve, and Wetland of International Importance.
The Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii has been erupting for quite some time, and its lava flows are among the hottest in the world.
Maquoketa Caves State Park's limestone cliffs, steep bluffs, and caves transport tourists back thousands of years.
Barataria is one of six areas in Jean Lafitte National Historic Park and Preserve, which has bottomland hardwood forests, wetlands, and marshes.