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  • From the iconic Hollywood sign to the Empire State Building, America often seems like one giant movie set. 

  • Explore America’s history underwater at some of the best wreck diving sites in the country.

  • Exploring America’s hidden treasure of museums.

  • Devils Tower in Wyoming is an interesting mix of Native American legends and natural history.

  • California’s Redwood Parks are home to some of the world’s tallest and oldest trees.

  • Winners of the SPAN quiz on nature travel in the United States.

  • From glistening waterfalls to once-in-a-lifetime ocean views, wonders await visitors to Hawaii’s Na Pali Coast.

  • Five natural wonders in the United States you’ve got to see to believe.

  • Antelope Canyon in Arizona has been molded by centuries of powerful flash floods and the gradual erosion of sandstone.

  • By boat or on foot, outdoor enthusiasts from around the world explore Minnesota’s vast and popular Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

  • Denali National Park in Alaska boasts of North America’s tallest peak, abundant wildlife and some amazing opportunities for adventure seekers.

  • Dive into America’s deepest lake—Crater Lake in Oregon.

  • Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes is a natural spectacle at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.

  • Petrified National Forest in Arizona bursts with color and history, but not the tall trees you’d expect.

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