The Wave is made out of 190 million year old sand dunes that have turned to red rock, on the border of Arizona and Utah.
Carved from the Navajo sandstone over the course of countless millenniums, this is one of the most breathtaking places on earth.
Over 2000 natural sandstone arches, an area which contains the largest concentration of arches found any where in the world,
New York's most spectacular events take place here and this is also the home of the world-famous Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center.
Also called 'Niagara of the West', Shoshone is actually 11 meters higher than Niagara.
For hundreds of years the grandeur of the Falls of the Niagara River have attracted many to this destination.
This is not a typical canyon, as it is not carved by a river, but by freeze-thaw cycles. Still, it is called a canyon.
Carved out of vast sedimentary rock deposits, this landscape of canyons and deep river gorges has remarkable natural features that are part of a unique desert ecosystem.
It is actually a side branch of the Grand Canyon, where turquoise water pools and world class cascades form an extraordinary setting.
The first large canyon on the Yellowstone River, 900 feet deep (275 m) and a half mile (0.8 km) wide.
Grijalva River is responsible for creating this spectacular canyon, Sumidero, which must not be missed.