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American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls & Horseshoe Falls

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls consists of Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls at the southern end of Niagara Gorge between New York and Ontario. Located along the Niagara River, the combined falls have the highest flow rate of any waterfall in North America, with Horseshoe Falls being the most powerful waterfall on the continent.

Sky Bridge Arch at Red River Gorge

Red River Gorge

The Red River Gorge Geological Area within the Daniel Boone National Forest in eastern Kentucky features numerous more than 100 sandstone natural bridges, rock shelters, cliffs, and waterfalls. It is a designated National Natural Landmark and National Archaeological District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Additionally, the Clifty...

Cranesville Swamp

Cranesville Swamp

Cranesville Swamp is a boreal bog at the West Virginia and Maryland border that supports unique plant and animal life is similar to that found in the more northern latitudes. Because of its unique natural characteristics, the area was designated as one of the first National Natural Landmarks in the country.

Cranberry Glades Botanical Area

Cranberry Glades

The Cranberry Glades Botanical Area, a part of the Monongahela National Forest, protects the most extensive collection of peat bogs in West Virginia. The five boreal-type wetlands serve as the headwaters of the Cranberry River and are adjacent to the Cranberry Wilderness.

Upper Fall Brook Falls

Fall Brook Falls

Fall Brook Falls features a 10-foot fan and 12-foot fan waterfall along Fall Brook east of Blossburg within Tioga State Forest in the Endless Mountains region of Pennsylvania.