The Grand Canyon, boasting natural arches carved from the surrounding red stone, is 1.8 kilometres deep, exposing two billion years of the earth’s geographic history.
The Everglades is a massive 1.5 million acres, and provides a home for many rare and endangered species. North America is also home the world’s longest known cave system and the tallest trees on earth.
Carved by glaciers during the last ice age, cliffs four thousand feet high with water plunging down enormous heights create a beautiful spectacle in the Yosemite National Park.
In Alaska and Canada mountain glaciers, rivers and lakes in the verdant mountain valleys, and in California and Hawaii some of the loveliest beaches on earth.