Natural Landmarks of the United StatesPosted on 2020-07-16
One of the many advantages to living in the United States is the incredible amount of diversity that can be found without ever leaving your own country. There’s cultural diversity, culinary diversity, meteorological diversity and, perhaps most impressive of all, geological diversity. From the dense forests and waterfalls of the Northeast to the expansive deserts, canyons and valleys of the Southwest, the United States is quite possibly the most geologically diverse nation in the world, and you can see the vast majority of it with nothing more than a New York charter bus. Here’s a couple incredible natural landmarks to check out on your own charter bus road trip.
Beaver Chief Falls: Located in Glacier National Park, in the northwest of Montana, the Beaver Chief Falls are formed by a lake that rests in a mountain that empties out into another lake in the valley below, all surrounded by awe-inspiring sheer cliff faces.
Monument Valley: If you ever wanted to know what it’s like to walk through a Sergio Leone film, Monument Valley, found near the border of Arizona and Utah, is the place for you. The expansive flatness of the valley is broken at regular intervals by awesome rock formations that jut up into the sky, all painted in the bright oranges and reds of those old technicolor masterpieces.