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Hanging Rock and Wabash Reef National Natural Landmark

Hanging Rock National Natural Landmark is a 4-acre site in Wabash County, Indiana that was designated a National Natural Landmark in May, 1986. The site, located on the southern bank of the Wabash River near the town of Lagro, contains an impress ...

                                               

Jug Rock

Jug Rock is a natural geological formation located outside of Shoals, Indiana, in the valley of the East Fork of the White River. It is composed of sandstone, and is the largest free-standing table rock formation in the United States east of the ...

                                               

Castle Rock (Kansas)

Castle Rock is a large limestone pillar landmark in Gove County, Kansas. The formation and the nearby badlands are located in the Smoky Hills region of Kansas, which is approximately 11 miles south of I-70 near Quinter, Kansas.

                                               

Devils Slide (Montana)

Devils Slide is an unusual cliff rock formation on the side of Cinnabar Mountain located in Gallatin National Forest in Park County, Montana north of Yellowstone National Park. This distinctive formation can be viewed from Highway 89 and was crea ...

                                               

Church Rock (Utah)

Church Rock is a solitary column of sandstone in southern Utah along the eastern side of U.S. Route 191, near the entrance to the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. With majestic Colorado and Green River canyons, Canyonlands, this 200 ...

                                               

Twin Sisters Basalt

                                               

Castle Rock (Pineville, West Virginia)

Castle Rock is a geological feature located in Pineville, West Virginia, USA. Castle Rock stands next to the Pineville Public Library. Named for its resemblance to a castle, it rises about 200 feet above Rock Castle Creek, a branch of the Guyando ...

                                               

Raven Rocks, West Virginia

Raven Rocks is an unincorporated community in Hampshire County in the U.S. state of West Virginia. It lies on Springfield Pike between the communities of Springfield and Millesons Mill.

                                               

Sequatchie Valley

Sequatchie Valley is a relatively long and narrow valley in the U.S. state of Tennessee and, in some definitions, Alabama. It is generally considered to be part of the Cumberland Plateau region of the Appalachian Mountains; it was probably formed ...

                                               

Mendenhall Valley, Juneau

The Mendenhall Valley is the drainage area of the Mendenhall River in the U.S. state of Alaska. The valley contains a series of neighborhoods, comprising the largest populated place within the corporate limits of the City and Borough of Juneau, A ...

                                               

Silver Bow Basin

The Silver Bow Basin, often written as Silverbow Basin, is a valley located 2.4 miles northeast of Juneau, Alaska, USA. It is situated on Gold Creek in an area north of Icy Gulch, and approximately 1.5 miles north of Gastineau Peak. A trail from ...

                                               

Alcove Canyon

Alcove Canyon is a valley in Apache County in the U.S. state of Arizona. The valley lies southwest of the Carrizo Mountains and extends to Walker Creek. The head of the canyon is at 36°41′28″N 109°15′05″W and the confluence with Apache Creek is a ...

                                               

Barbershop Canyon

Barbershop Canyon is a valley in Coconino County, Arizona, in the United States. Barbershop Canyon received its name from the fact that sheep were sheared there.

                                               

Bat Canyon

Bat Canyon is a valley in the U.S. state of Arizona. The canyon is at an elevation of 5.892 feet or 1.795.8 meters. The canyons name comes from the Native Americans of the area, who saw many bats near a local rock formation.

                                               

Butler Canyon

                                               

Butler Valley (Arizona)

Butler Valley is a valley of the Maria fold and thrust belt in western Arizona, USA. It lies east of the Colorado River, and is south of the west-flowing Bill Williams River.

                                               

Cienega Valley (Arizona)

Cienega Valley is a valley located southeast of Tucson, Arizona, in the transition zone between the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts. It is bounded by the Rincon Mountains to the north, the Whetstone Mountains to the east, the Mustang Mountains to ...

                                               

Dutch Flat (Arizona)

Dutch Flat of Arizona is a valley south of the Sacramento Valley and Interstate 40 in southern Mohave County. The region is part of the southeast extension of the Mojave Desert into northwest Arizona. Dutch Flat borders the south of the Sacrament ...

                                               

Gringo Gulch

                                               

Hualapai Valley

Hualapai Valley is an endorheic basin and its watershed terminates in the dry lake or playa called Red Lake at an elevation of 2762 feet. It is bounded on the east by the Grand Wash Cliffs and Peacock Mountains, on the south by the Hualapai Mount ...

                                               

Mohawk Valley (Arizona)

For the Mohawk Valley of New York state, USA, see Mohawk Valley The Mohawk Valley is a valley in the lower regions of the western Gila River Valley in southwestern Arizona in the western Sonoran Desert. The Mohawk Valley along the Gila River prop ...

                                               

Quartermaster Canyon

Quartermaster Canyon is a valley in the Grand Canyon west of Grand Canyon National Park, in the Hualapai Indian Reservation in U.S. state of Arizona. The canyons namesake is Quartermaster, a member of the Hualapai tribe who settled there in the e ...

                                               

Rincon Valley (Arizona)

Rincon Valley is a valley in Pima County, Arizona that is surrounded on the north, east and south by the Rincon Mountains. Its mouth lies at an elevation of 2.887 feet, at 32°08′05″N 110°44′17″W, near the confluence of Pantano Wash and Rincon Cre ...

                                               

San Cristobal Valley

The San Cristobal Valley is a valley in the lower regions of the western Gila River Valley in southwestern Arizona in the western Sonoran Desert. The San Cristobal Wash drains northwest, but exists only in the southern half of the valley. The San ...

                                               

Sulphur Springs Valley

The Sulphur Springs Valley is a valley in the eastern half of Cochise County, Arizona. The valley covers an approximated vertical rectangle west of the Chiricahua Mountains–Dos Cabezas Mountains complex. The Sulphur Springs Valley is the large fl ...

                                               

Valley of the Sun

                                               

Adobe Gulch

Adobe Gulch is a valley in San Mateo County, California, about 1.2 miles long, located on the west side of Upper Crystal Springs Reservoir. It has an elevation of 97 meters, or 318 feet. It is located at 37-2953 N and 122-2051 W. Adobe Gulch is t ...

                                               

Amador Valley

Amador Valley is a valley in eastern Alameda County, California and is the location of the cities of Dublin and Pleasanton. The valley is bounded by the foothills of the Diablo Range on the north and south, Pleasanton Ridge to the west, and Liver ...

                                               

Anderson Valley

Anderson Valley is a sparsely populated region in western Mendocino County in Northern California. Located approximately 100 miles north of San Francisco, the name "Anderson Valley" applies broadly to several rural, unincorporated communities in ...

                                               

Arana Gulch

Arana Gulch is a creek and landform that forms part of the southeastern boundary of the city of Santa Cruz, California. The creek begins in the Santa Cruz Mountains and flows southwest into Monterey Bay into what was once called Woods Lagoon, now ...

                                               

Big Chicken Hollow

                                               

Bridgeport Valley

The Bridgeport Valley is a large, fertile mountain basin between the eastern Sierra Nevada and the Bodie Hills of the U.S. state of California. The valley is 10 miles long and 7.5 miles wide, and is used primarily for ranching. The East Walker Ri ...

                                               

Briones Valley

The Briones Valley is a major geological feature of Contra Costa County, California and runs between Mount Diablo and the county seat of Martinez. Also it is the seat of many riparian watersheds, especially of Alhambra Creek.

                                               

Burrough Valley

Burrough Valley, California is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills of eastern Fresno County, approximately thirty miles northeast of Fresno, California, at an elevation of about 1.600 feet above sea level. The small valley covers approximately ...

                                               

Capay Valley

Capay Valley is a mostly rural valley northwest of Sacramento in Yolo County, California, United States. It lies east of Blue Ridge and west of the Capay Hills.

                                               

Castro Valley, California

Castro Valley is a census-designated place in Alameda County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, it is the fifth most populous unincorporated area in California and the twenty-third most populous in the United States. The populatio ...

                                               

Dark Gulch

                                               

Dodge Gulch

                                               

Doolan Canyon

                                               

Drunken Gulch

Drunken Gulch is a valley in Mariposa County, California, in the United States. Drunken Gulch was likely named by prospectors during or after the California Gold Rush.

                                               

Earthquake Valley

Earthquake Valley is a desert valley east of Julian, California, which contains parts of the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. It is the location of the Shelter Valley Ranchos subdivision, which is also known as the unincorporated community of Shel ...

                                               

Echo Valley (California)

Echo Valley is a valley in Yosemite National Park, at an elevation of 7.021 feet. It is located along Echo Creek, about 3 miles west of Merced Lake, at 37°44′38″N 119°26′03″W. It is bounded on the south by the Merced River. The valley contains a ...

                                               

French Valley

French Valley is a region located in southwestern Riverside County, near the cities and communities of Hemet, Winchester, Murrieta, and Temecula in the state of California, United States. It is part of the Plains of Leon, contiguous with the Perr ...

                                               

Hetch Hetchy Valley

                                               

Hettenshaw Valley

Hettenshaw Valley, is a valley in the North Coast Ranges of Trinity County, California. Its mouth lies at an elevation of 3071 feet. The head of the valley is at its south end, bounded by a ridge of Hettenshaw Peak, where the Van Duzen River has ...

                                               

Martis Valley

Martis Valley is a geographic area of 70 square miles in the United States, extending northward from the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, California, to the west of the California-Nevada border. It is located in Placer and Nevada Counties and is bisect ...

                                               

Mesquite Valley

Mesquite Valley is a valley in Clark County, Nevada and Inyo County and San Bernardino County, California. Mesquite is an endorheic basin with Mesquite Lake at is lowest point at an elevation of 2.536 feet / 773 meters. This valley trends northwe ...

                                               

Panoche Valley

Panoche Valley is a grassland valley lying between the Diablo Range and the San Joaquin Valley, in San Benito County, California. The valley is bound on the north by Panoche Hills, on the east by Tumey Hills, on the south by the Griswold Hills an ...

                                               

Pauba Valley

Pauba Valley is a valley along the course of Temecula Creek, in Riverside County, California. It heads to the east at 33°30′06″N 117°00′10″W, the mouth of the gorge of Temecula Creek Canyon at the foot of Oak Mountain. Its mouth in the west is at ...

                                               

Saddleback Valley

Saddleback Valley is located in South Orange County, California and is home to the cities and communities of Mission Viejo, Ladera Ranch, Coto de Caza, Trabuco Canyon, Rancho Santa Margarita, Lake Forest, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Woods, Laguna Hills, ...

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