Favorite natural wonder in America

A&M A&M
I want to see what everyone's favorite natural wonder in America is. There are so many to pick from I figured I would start by naming a few I have been too. California Redwoods, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and The Ever Glades.

Personal I think the redwoods is the coolest of those. It is a great place, probably the least to see of all of those but it is still really interesting to see. I think it is just amazing to see the height of them and just the peace and quiet out there.
05/15/2013
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Mr. John Mr. John
Niagara Falls, Yosemite National Park, California Northern Coast, Waimea Canyon, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Mauna Kea, and the list goes on.

As far as diversity of amazing natural wonders, I would have to choose Yellowstone National Park.
05/15/2013
MrWill MrWill
Washington DC. I'm in absolute awe of how many stupid people can be in one area and not have some mind numbing catastrophe on a daily basis.
05/15/2013
js250 js250
Yellowstone National Park! We live close enough to drive over and spend a couple day there every year....but Glacier National Park is a very close second....

The beauty, natural features and abundant wildlife makes both parks a relaxing and educational trip. I love the serenity and colors!!
05/15/2013
A&M A&M
All those are wonderful choices. Thanks for sharing them there are even one or two I have not heard of.


And MrWill. Lol. That is fantastic.
05/15/2013
KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
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Originally posted by MrWill
Washington DC. I'm in absolute awe of how many stupid people can be in one area and not have some mind numbing catastrophe on a daily basis.
I'm not in Washington DC and I still feel the same sometimes (most of the time actually).
05/15/2013
wicked48 wicked48
Glacier National Park.
05/15/2013
A&M A&M
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Originally posted by wicked48
Glacier National Park.
Glacier National Park is pretty amazing.
05/16/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
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Originally posted by A&M
Glacier National Park is pretty amazing.
I am piling on the Glacier Nat park bandwagon. I was actually wearing my GNP T-shirt last night.

Half dome and El Capitan are pretty sweet too. I used to live near Niagara Falls too, which is impressive.

I have not been to Crater Lake, Tahoe or Mt Raineer/Mt. Hood, which look amazing.
05/16/2013
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
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Originally posted by Trysexual
I am piling on the Glacier Nat park bandwagon. I was actually wearing my GNP T-shirt last night.

Half dome and El Capitan are pretty sweet too. I used to live near Niagara Falls too, which is impressive.

I have not been to Crater ... More
I have a lot of favorite natural wonders here in the US. It's really interesting you mention Mt. Rainier though. For all but 4 years of my life (when I lived in Eastern WA) I've been able to wake up and see Mt. Rainier out my bedroom window. Taking trips up to Rainier is common and I've camped in the foothills numerous times. It's always weird to hear someone mention it...makes me realize how much I take it for granted.
05/17/2013
GONE! GONE!
The redwoods in my beautiful state.
05/17/2013
A&M A&M
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Originally posted by Trysexual
I am piling on the Glacier Nat park bandwagon. I was actually wearing my GNP T-shirt last night.

Half dome and El Capitan are pretty sweet too. I used to live near Niagara Falls too, which is impressive.

I have not been to Crater ... More
I live in Oregon so I have been to crater lake and Mt. Hood both are wonderful places. Timberline Lodge is great but I find it better to do one of the vacation rentals up there on Mt. Hood. more fun and a bit more private that way.
05/17/2013
bog bog
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Originally posted by A&M
I want to see what everyone's favorite natural wonder in America is. There are so many to pick from I figured I would start by naming a few I have been too. California Redwoods, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and The Ever ... More
Place everyone should see at least once: Yellowstone

Place that feels the least like the USA: the badlands (it looks like the moon)

Place I'd like to see just one more time: Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
05/17/2013
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